North Wexford 2K Clean

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Details of this campaign, organised by Gorey Municipal District, are below. The local Community Council is entering the Askamore village area for this competition, and there will be the usual local April Spring Clean across the whole area on Saturday, April 18th. Gloves etc will be available from the members of Askamore Community Council.

Please join us in helping to make Askamore area a cleaner, safer place.

Check out the various groups taking part across north Co. Wexford here.

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Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

Under-6 and 8 football this Tuesday 31st March @6:30pm in Ballyroebuck. Bring gumshields.

Thanks to everyone who supported the walk and helped in any way, greatly appreciated.

Congratulations to all who were confirmed last Sunday 22nd in Kilrush.

U-14 hurling Féile this Sunday, April 5th  in Craanford at 10:30am vs Liam Mellows, Ballinastragh Gaels and Craanford.

Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

Under-6 and 8 hurling is Tuesday 24th at 6:30pm in Ballyroebuck. Hurl and helmet required. Boys and girls of schoolgoing age welcome. Parent/guardian must be present if child is under 6.

Training will be at 6:30 pm on Tuesdays and 11:00 am on Saturdays. The under-12s played valiantly but lost in the ‘A’ final of the Castletown tournament to Naomh Eanna.

Training will be on this Sat morning 28th at 10:00am.

 

Raised Beds – more to come!

 

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Askamore GIY group had a great turnout this morning in Askamore to see the making, filling and planting of our 2 new raised beds in the garden of the priest’s house in Askamore.

Thanks to all who came and helped out with planting. Keep an eye on this website and the local notes for further information re setting up a community garden group.

Thanks to Paddy Byrne, Brideswell for screwing the beds together for us.

Special thanks to Fr. Joe Power for permission to use the garden.

Also special thanks and best wishes for a speedy recovery to Betty (Lancaster) Kehoe who set us on this path.

Potatoes, onions, shallots, garlic and rhubarb were planted this morning.

 

Learn how to construct, fill and plant a raised bed – this Saturday @ 11 am

raised bedAs part of our new GIY (Grow It Yourself) Group recently set up in Askamore, there will be a demonstration next Saturday morning March 21st in the garden of the Priest’s House, Askamore where a couple of raised beds will be made from scratch, using recycled material, filled and some planting done.

All are welcome to attend – 11 am in garden of Priest’s House, beside Askamore Church.