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Augustinian Abbey Virtual Christmas Celebration 2020
Due to this year's Covid-19 restrictions affecting church activities and services, the Augustinian Abbey bring you a selection of readings and individual songs recorded in the Abbey with organist Ann Barry and others recorded at home.

Due to this year's Covid-19 restrictions affecting church activities and services, the Augustinian Abbey bring you a selection of readings and individual songs recorded in the Abbey with organist Ann Barry and others recorded at home.
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Your support for the Augustinians' Mission Work in Africa, would also be very much appreciated by making a donation on their fundraising GoFundMe page. Donations can also be made by hand to the Abbey House, Fethard.

Abbey Christmas Mass Arrangements
The following are the arrangements for additional services on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day this year. Please note that FACE MASKS must be worn at all times.

CHRISTMAS EVE - Thursday December 24

  • Mass at 6 pm
  • Mass at 8 pm
  • Mass at 10 pm

CHRISTMAS DAY – Friday, December 25

  • Mass at 9.30 am
  • Mass at 11.30 am
  • Mass at 1.30 pm

‘What to Say . . . a life in reverse’ – new poetry book launched in Fethard!
Terry Cunningham, photographed holding his new poetry book, ‘What to Say . . . a life in reverse’, which was launched by Fethard Historical Society last week. Included are society members Mary Hanrahan (chairperson) and Mary Healy. The book is now available in local bookshops or by contacting Terry by email at: whattosaybooks@gmail.com
Terry Cunningham, photographed holding his new poetry book, ‘What to Say . . . a life in reverse’, which was launched by Fethard Historical Society last week. Included are society members Mary Hanrahan (chairperson) and Mary Healy. The book is now available in local bookshops or by contacting Terry by email at: whattosaybooks@gmail.com

The Fethard Historical Society launched Terry Cunningham’s new book What to say...a life in reverse, last week.  The event was brief and took place outside, in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Fethard, in compliance with Covid-19 regulations.  The book is now available locally from: The Book Market, Clonmel (thebookmarket.ie) and Bookworm, Thurles (bookworm.ie), both have online sales service. Other outlets include: Fethard Post Office; Tudor Artisan Hub, Carrick-on-Suir; The Black Bee, Cahir; and Halls’ Daybreak, Cashel. Price is €10. You can also contact Terry by email: whattosaybooks@gmail.com

Before the Covid pandemic hit, Terry was hoping to participate in group readings and related discussions of topics covered in the book. Topics such as, how our world is now and how it has changed, or not, in the past fifty years Hopefully this can still happen in late 2021 and beyond.

At the launch, Mary Hanrahan, Chairperson, Fethard Historical Society, welcomed the committee members present and thanked them for coming out in such inclement weather. Mary noted that it was fitting that Fethard Historical Society, to whom Terry has given such long and dedicated service, should launch the book. His friends in the society have long been aware of his literary leanings and numerous social occasions have been enlivened by Terry declaiming some of his more humorous verse.

What to say…a life in reverse is autobiographical but, unusually, the author starts from the present day, Covid-19, climate change and all, and travels back in time via a varied career, (the Dept. of Agriculture, Teagasc, stints in Kildalton Agricultural college etc.), volunteering with Concern in Tanzania, student days in UCD, all the way to his rural roots in Clashmore, Co. Waterford. Each ‘pen picture’, as Terry calls them, is a marker along the way.

The book is, in fact, a meditation on a life. And as with all good writing, the individual experience, at times mundane, at times miraculous, resonates with the universal truths of love, loss, friendship. The joy of parenthood is depicted particularly well as are those moments that catch us by surprise. What Terry has captured are the memories you create in the moment that live on to light up the years.

It is interesting to note how the writing changes over the decades. The voice we meet first- that of the present day writer- is direct, pared down, as if maturity has brought a clearer focus, an unwillingness to waste time with the superfluous. As we read on, while in fact going  ‘backwards’ , the wording  is at times denser, and the teenage pieces are the most formally phrased,  perhaps reflecting the influence of certain literary works read in school and college.

Throughout it all Terry’s distinctive voice resounds loud and clear and there is, of course, as one might expect lots of humour along the way.
What is also very evident is Terry was only one generation away from a Gaelic speaking community in West Waterford, where many Irish (Gaelic) words were still the common words, especially in the farming world. He tells us that he was in his forties before he learned that the English word for Pilibín is Lapwing. To this day he has ‘many words, maybe hundreds, in my everyday lexicon that come from my childhood which are pure Irish (Gaelic) words) – some for which I still do not have an English equivalent.’

For those of a certain vintage, travelling back in time with Terry, they will find themselves in familiar territory. For younger readers, while the earliest decade will be a foray into what will surely seem a very strange place, a place of thatched cottages, clay floors, ‘black baby’ boxes, they will find common ground in the perennial challenges posed later on by the stress of exams, being a stranger in a new place, of wondering ‘how it all started…and why?

Having congratulated Terry on publishing his book, Mary Hanrahan then invited him to say a few words. Terry explained that he never deliberately sat down to write but these ‘pen pictures’, it just happened.  He wrote them down and put them away with a vague notion of possibly doing something with them at an unknown future date.  However, in the last few years that vague notion crystallised into a decision to publish. Terry unearthed his poems and grouped them in ‘decades’ while Joe Kenny undertook the design and formatting of the book, which was then printed by Modern Printers, Kilkenny.

Mary concluded the launch by once again congratulating Terry on publishing his book What to say…a life in reverse and stating that, hopefully, the Fethard Historical Society will be able to get together in the New Year to properly celebrate such a wonderful achievement.

Are you interested in joining our new Burke Street Garden Club?


It is proposed to start a gardening club on this Saturday, December 12, for anyone who might be interested in getting involved, young or old, experienced or not at all. Tipperary County Council is happy for members to take over the running of the new Town Wall garden at East Gate Park, Burke Street, on a trial basis.

The idea is for people to drop in on a weekly basis, and get involved in some gardening, as well as to meet up on a regular basis, in a safe environment. It is hoped that the garden space, which provides ample room to work safely, can become more beautiful through further planting, such as flowers, vegetables and herbs and that this will be done in a sustainable way, with thought to the wider environment.

An introductory couple of hours is planned for this coming Saturday, December 12, from 1.30pm to 3pm approx, where we will have a ‘Christmas Wreath’ making session in the garden, drink hot spicy apple juice and put up some Christmas lights. If you do plan on coming, please bring secateurs (if you have one). Help us also by observing Covid guidelines.

All are very welcome to come along! It would be great to have some idea of numbers interested in taking part so we ask you to text Lucy on 086 0756448 to let her know beforehand, or to answer any queries you may have.  If the weather is bad, we will defer till the following day, Sunday, December 13, and if this is also a bad day, we will give up! (for the time being).

Fethard Cards for sale in aid of Amnesty International
These Christmas Cards, designed by Lucy Moore, will be on sale at the Christmas Market on Friday December 11, along with a variety of other cards also available. The cards will cost €8.50 for a pack of 10 cards, proceeds to Amnesty International.

These Christmas Cards, designed by Lucy Moore, will be on sale at the Christmas Market on Friday December 11, along with a variety of other cards also available. The cards will cost €8.50 for a pack of 10 cards, proceeds to Amnesty International.

St. Vincent de Paul gate collection
The annual St. Vincent de Paul Gate Collection will take place next weekend, Saturday, December 12 and Sunday, December 13. Please help us to help those who finr themselves in great need. We thank you in anticipation of your support.

Fethard GAA Annual General Meeting
The Fethard Senior GAA Club will hold their Annual General Meeting in Fethard Ballroom on Friday, December 19, at 8pm. All are welcome. In the event of this been changed we will notify you.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, December 4, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 1, 22, 27 and 35. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. One Lucky Dip winner received €50: Darren Phelan, Ballypatrick. Two Lucky Dip winners received €25 each: Amy & Ruby Kenny, An Seanline, Fethard; and Bridget & Vincent, c/o Chris Coen, Fethard. The Bonus Christmas Draw will take place on Friday, December 18. Prizes are as Follows: 1 x €1,000; 2 x €250; 5 x €100.

Committee of Fethard GAA/Sports Centre Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters near and far who participate in our weekly lotto draw. The next draw takes place on Friday, December 11, when the jackpot is €28,300 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

'Big Picture' – Unveiling of Marian Year Statue in 1954

Were you in Killusty for the unveiling of Marian Year Statue on August 15, 1954 ? You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking to zoom-in and double-clicking to zoom-out.

Unveiling of Marian Year Statue at Killusty, August 15, 1954
His Grace, Most Rev. Dr. O’Donnell, unveiled the Marian Year Statue at Killusty on Sunday, August 15, 1954, and, having blessed it, recited the Litany of the Blessed Virgin. In a short address afterwards, His Grace paid tribute to all connected with the erection on The Statue. He recalled that some of the stone from the pedestal had been taken from the Military Barracks in Fethard. This, he said, was a very historic building because it had been (built on the site of) the town house of the famous Fethard family, the Everards, who owned most of the land around there at that time, and who fought nobly in their day for Faith and Fatherland. One member of the family became a great Archbishop of Cashel.

Following His Grace’s address, there was a procession to the site of the Statue, led by a band of young school-children who carried miniature blue and white flags. As the procession wended its way from the main door of the church to the foot of the Statue, the Cahir Confraternity Brass and Reed Band played the Lourdes Hymn.

Fethard Ballroom allocated €200,000 for new roof
Fethard Ballroom received good news with the allocation of €200,000 to go towards their new roof at iconic and historic Fethard ballroom. Local campaigner Sean O’Donovan spoke to Fran Curry on Tipp Today on Wednesday morning, December 2, to give a long and illustrious history of the hall and hopes for its future. Listen below.

Died Recently
The death has occurred on Monday, November 30, 2020, of Margaret Morrissey (née Dobbyn), Cloran, Cloneen. Predeceased by her husband Ned. Loving mother to Chris and Mary, mother-in-law to Keith and Carrie, grandmother to Louise and Stephen. She will be sadly missed by her family, neighbours and friends. May She Rest in Peace.

In accordance with HSE and Government guidelines, the reposal will be attended by family only. Funeral Mass on Thursday in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Killusty, at 11 o'clock, followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery, Fethard. Messages of sympathy and support for the family can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Annual General Meeting - Fethard & District Day Care Centre
Fethard and District Day Care AGM will be held on Thursday, December 10, at 7.30pm, at the Day Care Centre, Barrack Street, under recommended Government guidelines. 

Fethard Newsletter 2020 now on sale
Fethard & Killusty Emigrants Newsletter is now available for sale in the following local shops at €12 each, Centra Supermarket (The Green), Daybreak Supermarket (Kerry Street) and Fethard Post Office (Main Street). Copies will also be posted free of charge this weekend to our Fethard emigrants and families living throughout the world.

Fethard & Killusty Emigrants Newsletter is now available for sale in the following local shops at €12 each, Centra Supermarket (The Green), Daybreak Supermarket (Kerry Street) and Fethard Post Office (Main Street). Copies will also be posted free of charge this weekend to our Fethard emigrants and families living throughout the world.

We take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported the newsletter with donations throughout the year that help make this annual publication possible. The Annual Newsletter is celebrating 61 Years this year and has been posted free of charge to emigrants ever since it first began in 1959.

 



Faces and Places from the Past
The following are a selection of photographs of faces and places taken in our locality that may bring back memories to many of our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Ballroom’s 12th Anniversary Dance in 2005
St. Patricks Night is a special night for patrons of Fethard Ballroom, and 2005 was no exception for the large number of dancers who turned up to celebrate the Ballroom’s 12th Anniversary with the organising committee and their many helpers. Fethard Ballroom was and still is the most popular venue for popular dancing in the South with patrons driving from as far as Wexford, Cork and Waterford coming to enjoy the wonderful facility and warm friendly atmosphere generated among the many loyal followers every Sunday night.  The Ballroom has been closed since March 2020, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, but we look forward to seeing the doors open again at some stage in 2021. These photos take us back twenty years and remind us of better days in the past and better days in the future.

Photographed at the Fethard Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick's night, 200, are L to R:  Margaret Heffernan, Larry O'Gorman, Terri O'Dwyer, Bill Maher, Bridget Staunton and Seamus Ryan.
Photographed at the Fethard Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick's night, 2005, are L to R: Margaret Heffernan, Larry O'Gorman, Terri O'Dwyer, Bill Maher, Bridget Staunton and Seamus Ryan.

Fethard Ballroom men's committee members photographed at the 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick's night 2005. L to R: Seamus Barry, Gay Horan, Robert Phelan (secretary), Mick Aherne (chairman), Paddy Hickey, Thomas O'Connell and Sean Spillane.
Fethard Ballroom men's committee members photographed at the 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick's night 2005. L to R: Seamus Barry, Gay Horan, Robert Phelan (secretary), Mick Aherne (chairman), Paddy Hickey, Thomas O'Connell and Sean Spillane.

Fethard Ballroom ladies committee who look after the refreshments every Sunday L to R: Sheila O’Donnell, Margaret Phelan, Catherine O’Connell, Monica Ahearn (treasurer), Pat Horan and Breda Spillane.
Fethard Ballroom ladies committee who look after the refreshments in 2005. L to R: Sheila O’Donnell, Margaret Phelan, Catherine O’Connell, Monica Ahearn (treasurer), Pat Horan and Breda Spillane.

Pat O'Brien and Nora Creed from Burncourt, dancing.
Pat O'Brien and Nora Creed from Burncourt, dancing.

Jack Doherty and Helen Ryan dancing
Jack Doherty and Helen Ryan dancing

Dan and Pattie Walsh dancing.
Dan and Pattie Walsh dancing.


Tilly Carr and Pat Burke dancing along side Eileen Coady and Dinny Walsh at the Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance in 2005.

Esther Brett (Knocklofty) and John Quinn (Ballypatrick) dancing at the Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick’s Night, 2005
Esther Brett (Knocklofty) and John Quinn (Ballypatrick) dancing at the Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance on St. Patrick’s Night, 2005

Pat and Joan Quish from Mitchelstown at Fethard Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance.
Pat and Joan Quish from Mitchelstown at Fethard Ballroom's 12th anniversary dance.

L to R: Mary O'Regan, Alice Lawlor, Margaret Heffernan (Horse & Jockey), Anna Hayde and Eileen Harris.
L to R: Mary O'Regan, Alice Lawlor, Margaret Heffernan (Horse & Jockey), Anna Hayde and Eileen Harris.

L to R: Mary Burke, Tilly Carr, Pat Burke and Gus Breen.
L to R: Mary Burke, Tilly Carr, Pat Burke and Gus Breen.

Back L to R: Noel and Anne Parker, Kathleen and Pat Phelan. Front L to R: Alice Burgess, Billy Dempsey, Margaret Phelan, Esther and Tom Phelan.
Back L to R: Noel and Anne Parker, Kathleen and Pat Phelan. Front L to R: Alice Burgess, Billy Dempsey, Margaret Phelan, Esther and Tom Phelan.

New County Development Plan for 2022-2028
Tipperary County Council has commenced the preparation of a new County Development Plan for Tipperary.

Tipperary County Council has commenced the preparation of a new County Development Plan for Tipperary. To facilitate public engagement/submissions, a dedicated ‘County Development Plan’ webpage has been set up and will remain ‘live’ during the two-year process. As the Plan progresses, the site will be routinely up-dated with reports, published submissions, public engagement guides and videos etc.
Development Plan Process

The web site can be accessed CLICKING HERE. The website is an excellent resource and point of contact for the public and stakeholders, and I would appreciate it if you could circulate the link as opportunities arise.

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