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Monday, January 4, 2021


 


 

Happy New Year to our Readers

We wish all our readers a very Happy and Healthy New Year for 2021. The past year was an extraordinary year that will be long remembered for a variety of reasons. Fethard came to a standstill in March with the arrival of Covid-19 to our shores and the immediate ‘lockdown’ of businesses and travel. Most of us expected it to only last a month or two and were still confident of getting back to ‘normal’ in time for summer. This was not to be, and our worst predicted fears were realised as summer, autumn and winter came and still no sign of relief.

The Fethard community responded tremendously by volunteering their services to help those in need with deliveries, shopping, transport and anything else needed by the ‘Fethard Community Covid-19 Support Group’. There was a great sense of community spirit and co-operation noticeable in town, which had very much disappeared over recent decades.

The smaller things in life also began to be more important again and replace the rush and bustle of the modern life we were used to. We walked safely for exercise and, with less traffic on the roads, could enjoy birds singing, the uncut road verges blossoming with wildflowers feeding the huge increase in pollinating bees, so essential for our future dependency on food. The young and the old were also communicating together and many lonely senior citizens had friendly callers again, chatting and checking they were okay for everything.

One realisation expressed by many locals was, there was nowhere else they would rather be during this pandemic than at home in Ireland. Our overworked health service workers were the pride of the nation; our politicians pulled together for a change and got a lot more things done; and our ‘experts’ in dealing with the effects and solutions for Covid, were among the best in the world.

Yes we have a lot to forget about 2020, but let’s hope we have a lot to remember too. Another year dawns and who knows what it will bring. We await in anticipation.

Christmas Hamper Draw at Butlers Bar
Anne Butler, drawing the winning ticket of the Christmas Hamper Draw, sponsored by Butler's Bar, and run over the Christmas period in aid of Fethard and District Day Care Centre. The winner was Catherine McGrath. Also included in the background are members of Fethard & District Day Care Centre who were delighted with the much needed funds raised for the Centre by the Butler Family. Photographed with Anne Butler are L to R: Geraldine McCarthy, Fionnuala O'Sullivan and Geraldine Cahill.
Anne Butler, drawing the winning ticket of the Christmas Hamper Draw, sponsored by Butler's Bar, and run over the Christmas period in aid of Fethard and District Day Care Centre. The winner was Catherine McGrath. Also included in the background are members of Fethard & District Day Care Centre who were delighted with the much needed funds raised for the Centre by the Butler Family. Photographed with Anne Butler are L to R: Geraldine McCarthy, Fionnuala O'Sullivan and Geraldine Cahill.

'Big Picture' – Fethard Debs Ball 1993

Were you one of the girls at Fethard Secondary Scholl Debs Ball held in the Clonmel Arms Hotel on September 2, 1993?
You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in, and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out.

Engagement: Knockroe Windfarm


Introduction
My name is Gary Magee. I work as a Planning and Development Manager with ABO Wind Ireland Ltd. We develop, construct and operate wind farms in the Republic of Ireland.
  
It is widely acknowledged that climate change is a very real threat to our society and that we must take immediate action to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. As identified in the Climate Action Plan 2019, one of the ways to do this is to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels such as coal, peat and gas and increase the share of renewables providing us with our electricity from 40% in 2020 to a target of 70% by 2030. In order to reach this target, the plan states that we require approximately 8GW of onshore wind to be installed, there is currently approximately 4GW of installed onshore wind capacity in Ireland. Onshore wind is Ireland’s largest and cheapest renewable electricity resource and as such will continue to play an integral role in decarbonising our society. 

Site Boundary Map- Knockroe Property Boundary (Blue Line) And Wind Farm Site Boundary (Red Line)
Site Boundary Map - Knockroe Property Boundary (Blue Line) And Wind Farm Site Boundary (Red Line)

In response to the above, we are currently in the early stages of developing a wind farm proposal in the Carrick-On-Suir Local Electoral Area, approximately 1.5km to the South of the village of Drangan. To this end we have recently commenced engagement with the local community, providing all residents within 1.5km of the site with introductory literature to the project while answering their initial questions.

We now want to expand the consultation and inform the wider community about the emerging proposals. Please see attached the first project newsletter which provides further information pertaining to our proposals as well ways to get in touch should you have any questions or comments. We have also established a dedicated project website (www.knockroe-windfarm.com) which will be updated with information at key stages throughout the process.

If you would like to be kept informed about the progress of the project please let us know I can add you to our mailing list accordingly.

Please note that the consultation will continue in the new year and so if you would like to respond it is absolutely fine to do so after the Christmas break.

Wishing you a happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year. Kind Regards, Gary Magee, Planning and Development Manager. EMAIL

Fethard Main Street buzzes with Christmas Craft Fair


The market town of Fethard came alive on Friday, December 11, with the buzz of the Christmas Craft Fair. Organised by the volunteers from Fethard Horse Country Experience (FHCE) in a mere four weeks, it proved a resounding success.

Popcorn stall outside Fethard House Country Experience
Popcorn stall outside Fethard House Country Experience


Fethard Community Council in conjunction with Tipperary County Council wished to do something for local children as Santa couldn’t make his usual visit. They asked about the possibility of FHCE holding their annual craft fair, but Covid restrictions wouldn’t allow it indoors. When level five restrictions were lifted, there was confusion about whether outdoor fairs could still go ahead. Cllr. Mark Fitzgerald got on to Senator Garret Ahearne who raised it in Seanad Éireann on Tuesday, December 1, and we got the go ahead late that evening, as it was classified under work and artists employment.

Cllr Imelda Goldsboro supporting the raffle held in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre
Cllr Imelda Goldsboro supporting the raffle held in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre


With the good news to go ahead, this only left ten days to organise the event! Luckily, we had laid the foundations over the previous two weeks by putting out feelers as to what interest was out there. We had hoped to get 12 or 15 stalls and ended up with 42! The variety of stalls was amazing, along with the usual wreaths, cakes, puddings and mince pies, we had artwork, framed photographs, ceramics, scarves, decorative pieces, Aloe Vera products, cards, dream catchers, decoupage, sweets, knitted goods, beautiful masks and bunting etc. The response from stallholders to the event was very positive with many lovely comments on social media about the day. One comment overheard by the organisers meant a lot and made the whole event worthwhile – “Loved it. We had great craic!”

Local boys enjoying the fun of the fair
Local boys enjoying the fun of the fair


One exceptional feature of the fair was the amount of talented artwork created by young people. Local artists included Jodie Gilpin and Faye Manton, Mandalas by Amy Lyons and framed photos by Ciaran Maguire proved very popular.

Jodie Gilpin and her daughter Elle photographed at the Christmas Craft Fair, where Jodie had a stall displaying her paintings for sale.
Jodie Gilpin and her daughter Elle photographed at the Christmas Craft Fair, where Jodie was one of the local artists displaying her work.

Entertainment was provided on the street by ‘Pat and his troupe of puppets’, a stilt-walker, free popcorn for the children and a colouring competition. David Gorey welcomed visitors to his word-carving workshop. Will McLellan provided the sound system and a playlist of festive music, which added to the atmosphere. A raffle held on the day was run in aid of Fethard & District Daycare Centre, with prizes kindly donated by O’Sullivans Pharmacy, Minella Hotel Clonmel, Dooks Restaurant, Ger Cahill, Allen’s Meats and Reflections Hair Salon.

Local girls enjoying the spirit of the Christmas Craft Fair on The Square
Local girls enjoying the spirit of the Christmas Craft Fair on The Square


FHCE Volunteers did trojan work in making sure all stalls were Covid compliant and properly spaced to adhere to Government Guidelines. First Aid volunteers on the day were Liam Hayes and Eileen Croke. Thanks also to Conor Maguire for setting up floodlights and being on hand to support the volunteers. The local Gardai were also in attendance.

The turnout of visitors and families was phenomenal, with many stall holders selling out of stock in a couple of hours! Some stallholders are already looking forward to next year but let us recover from this one first! A huge thanks to everyone who took part and a very Happy Christmas to all from the organisers.  – Mollie Standbridge

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, December 18, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 6, 10, 17 and 29. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. One lucky dip winner received €50: John Hurley, Strylea, Fethard. Two lucky dip winners received €25 each: Gwen Cooke, Cois Falla, Fethard; and Cathal Hurley, Strylea, Fethard.

The Bonus Christmas Draw winners were as follows: €1,000 won by Tom Kearney, Killusty; €250 won by both Jimmy Horan and Emma Cronin; €100 won by each of the following: Frank Barrett, Dan Ryan, Foxy Connolly, Eoin Hurley and Nicky Noonan.

The 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, January 8, when the jackpot is €28,500 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community. Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year to all.

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.
CLICK HERE

A Happy and Holy Christmas from all at the Augustinian Abbey in Fethard. Please visit our Augustinian Province of Ireland website for further information and Augustinian news.



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

Des Morrissey, Irish Permanent Building Society Clonmel, pictured above after presenting medals to this group of athletes at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993. L to R: Geraldine O’Donnell, Fethard (2nd under 14); Brian Sullivan, Barrettstown, (3rd under 12); Michelle Doran, Carrick-on-Suir, (3rd under 14); Des Morrissey; Orla Power, Carrick-on-Suir, (1st under 14); Richard Phelan, Carrick-on-Suir, (1st/100 meters); and Glen Burke, Fethard, (2nd under 12).
Des Morrissey, Irish Permanent Building Society Clonmel, pictured above after presenting medals to this group of athletes at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993. L to R: Geraldine O’Donnell, Fethard (2nd under 14); Brian Sullivan, Barrettstown, (3rd under 12); Michelle Doran, Carrick-on-Suir, (3rd under 14); Des Morrissey; Orla Power, Carrick-on-Suir, (1st under 14); Richard Phelan, Carrick-on-Suir, (1st/100 meters); and Glen Burke, Fethard, (2nd under 12).

Des Morrissey, Irish Permanent Building Society Clonmel photographed with Alan O'Connor and Evelyn O'Connor at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993.
Des Morrissey, Irish Permanent Building Society Clonmel photographed with Alan O'Connor and Evelyn O'Connor at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993.

Medal winners, Mary, Sara and Danny Gleeson from Drangan photographed at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993.
Medal winners, Mary, Sara and Danny Gleeson from Drangan photographed at Fethard Community Games on Sunday, August 22, 1993.

This family photograph of three children was supplied by Jim Fahey, Cloneen Road, Fethard, back in the early 1990s. Maybe somebody can identify who they are and let us know.
This family photograph of three children was supplied by Jim Fahey, Cloneen Road, Fethard, back in the early 1990s. Maybe somebody can identify who they are and let us know.

Presentation Convent Leaving Certificate Class of 1967 in Fethard. L to R: Ann Smyth, Jacinta O'Flynn, June Kennedy, Rita O'Donnell, Camilla Garry and Margaret Walsh.
Presentation Convent Leaving Certificate Class of 1967 in Fethard. L to R: Ann Smyth, Jacinta O'Flynn, June Kennedy, Rita O'Donnell, Camilla Garry and Margaret Walsh.

COVID Restrictions – December 31 to January 31, 2021
COVID Restrictions from December 31 to January 31
 

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.

Fethard News
Comments or items for inclusion on this website can be emailed to fethardnews@gmail.com or delivered by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard.

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