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Last updated: Monday, March 15, 2021


 


 

'Big Picture' – Crowd at Fethard Carnival late 1940s

Do you recognise any familiar faces in this photograph taken of the large crowd that were making their way to Fethard Carnival in the Barrack Field in the late 1940s. Special trains were commissioned to take the huge attendance every year. Below is an advertisement for the Fethard Carnival and Gymkhana on Sunday, June 13, 1948, which will give an idea of the events that attracted the large crowds. You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in, and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. We would love to find out the names – so any information you may have please send it to us at: fethardnews@gmail.com
Below is an advertisement for the Fethard Carnival and Gymkhana on Sunday, June 13, 1948, which will give an idea of the events that attracted the large crowds.

Fethard Ladies Football play BINGO
Tipperary Ladies Football are running an Online Bingo Bonanza Fundraising Night on Easter Sunday at 8pm with €2,000 in prizes up for grabs.

All Support greatly appreciated. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Died Recently
The late Ann Skehan, formerly from Tullamaine, who died on March 13, 2021The death has occurred on Saturday, March 13, 2021, of Ann Skehan (née Bourke), Castleconnell, Co Limerick and formerly Tullamaine, Fethard, peacefully at St. John’s Hospital, Limerick. Beloved wife of Pat, Ann is predeceased by her sister Joan, brothers Michael and John and nephews Alan and Eoin. She will be sadly missed by her husband Pat, brother Martin, sisters Margaret and Carmel, sisters-in-law Noreen, Alice and Margaret, and Margaret’s husband John, brothers-in-law Jimmy and Pat, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. May Her Gentle Soul Rest In Peace.

Arrival at St. Joseph’s Church, Castleconnell on Tuesday, March 16, for Requiem Mass at 11.30am, which will be broadcast on www.castleconnellparish.ie and 106.3 FM. Burial afterwards in Cormac’s Cemetery, Cashel. Please adhere to government guidelines regarding social distance and number of people. Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, March 12, are as follows: the numbers drawn were 4, 8, 20 and 34. There was no jackpot winner and three ‘match three’ winners who received €40 each: Owen Cummins, New York; Elean Prendegast, Killenaule; and Celina Sheehan, Mullinahone.

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, March 19, when the jackpot is €29,500 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Fethard Society commemorate the hundredth anniversary of local shooting

On Thursday last, March 4, Fethard Historical Society commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the shooting of twenty-year-old local Volunteer, Thomas Lee, on March 4, 1921, by British Crown forces. He died in the early hours of the following morning. Mary Hanrahan, Chairperson of the society, is photographed above about to lay a wreath at the Thomas Lee Memorial at Monroe (approximately one mile from Fethard on the Cashel Road), close to the scene of the shooting. Mary was accompanied by Jim Lee, Clonmel, representing the Lee family.

On Thursday last, March 4, Fethard Historical Society commemorated the hundredth anniversary of the shooting of twenty-year-old local Volunteer, Tommy Lee, on March 4, 1921, by British Crown forces. He died in the early hours of the following morning.

Mary Hanrahan, Chairperson of the society, laid a wreath at the Tommy Lee Memorial, Monroe (approximately one mile from Fethard on the Cashel Road). Mary was accompanied by Jim Lee, Clonmel, representing the Lee family. This event was organised as part of the Fethard Historical Society’s contribution to the ‘Decade of Commemorations’. Covid-19 restrictions and social distancing were strictly adhered to throughout and masks were only removed during the actual taking of the photographs. The Lee family recently organised the installation of a new plaque on the monument. This plaque tells the story of Volunteer Tommy Lee and is a most welcome addition, as it means the information is now readily available to all who visit the memorial.

Jim Lee marks the spot where Volunteer Thomas Lee, B Company 1st Battalion, 3rd Tipperary Brigade, was shot on March 4, 1921, just yards from the rear of the memorial cross erected in 1959 to perpetuate his memory. The unveiling ceremony took place on Thursday, May 28, 1959, at 3pm and old comrades, members of other battalions, public representatives and sympathisers assembled at Main Street, Fethard, at 2pm to parade to the site.
Jim Lee marks the spot where Volunteer Thomas Lee, B Company 1st Battalion, 3rd Tipperary Brigade, was shot on March 4, 1921, just yards from the rear of the memorial cross erected in 1959 to perpetuate his memory. The unveiling ceremony took place on Thursday, May 28, 1959, at 3pm and old comrades, members of other battalions, public representatives and sympathisers assembled at Main Street, Fethard, at 2pm to parade to the site.


Commemorative booklet

The Society is currently working on a commemorative booklet that will tell Tommy Lee’s story as well as listing the Volunteers who served in the Fethard area in 1921. The main article on Volunteer Tommy Lee is written by his nephew John Lee who now resides in Cork. The accompanying article by local historian John Cooney provides an overview of the situation – both locally and nationally – in 1921, thus giving a context for the events that took place in Fethard. The Society hopes to launch the booklet later in the year when Covid restrictions have eased. It is envisaged that the extended Lee family, members of the society and the general public will be able to attend at that time.

The society also plans to host a lecture on The War of Independence 1921 in South Tipperary at a date to be confirmed in the summer / autumn of 2021. Fethard Historical Society wishes to acknowledge the recent funding from the Tipperary County Council Heritage Office, under the Decade of Centenaries Local Legacies 1921/2021 Grant Scheme. The monies received will be used towards the costs of the launch event and the proposed lecture. The grant will also be used to defray some of the publication costs.

The Fethard Historical Society appreciates how important it is to remember and to commemorate the brave men and women of a hundred years ago, whose sacrifices allow us to live in a free and democratic society today.

Fethard Rugby Club's 'Fantasy Cheltenham Fundraiser'
Get involved with this year’s Fethard Rugby Fantasy Cheltenham @ €20 a ticket, just click on the link below to register and join the fun. Contact Paul Kavanagh for more details Tel: 086 8388205
Get involved with this year’s Fethard Rugby 'Fantasy Cheltenham' @ €20 a ticket, just click on the link below to register and join the fun. Contact Paul Kavanagh for more details Tel: 086 8388205
Fantasy Cheltenham Fundraiser

International Women's Day
On Monday last, March 8, on his ‘Tipp Today’ morning show, radio presenter Fran Curry, marked International Women's Day by interviewing many local ladies involved in celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women from Tipperary.

Of local interest in Fethard is his interview with Mary Guinan Darmody originally from Moyglass is Librarian and curator of Tipperary Studies, located on the first floor of The Source Library and Arts Centre, above Thurles branch Library on Cathedral Street, Thurles. Mary attended the Presentation Convent Secondary School Fethard and in this interview, fondly remembers Sr. Annunciata as one of the memorable women in her life.

Sr. Annunciata meeting Bro Camillus Regan at the Patrician Brothers Bicentenary Celebrations in Fethard on January 30, 2008.
Sr. Annunciata meeting Bro Camillus Regan at the Patrician Brothers Bicentenary Celebrations in Fethard on January 30, 2008.

To listen to some of the other interviews recorded by Tipp FM celebrating International Women's Day you can click any of the following links:

  • Louise Morrissey spoke with Fran Curry on Tipp Today on International Womens Day about the music industry CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

  • Former Tipperary TD, Theresa Ahearn, features in a new book called “Proud to Serve: The Voices of the Women of Cumann na nGaedheal and Fine Gael 1922-1992” and is written by Martina Murray and Maria Hegarty who spoke on Tipp Today CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

  • The Daughters of Dún Iascaigh, a group of local women, dressed in Cumann na mBan uniforms and other costumes of the period and have erected 27 plaques at key locations around the town of Cahir. Annette Condon spoke with Fran on Tipp Today CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Local writer chosen for inclusion in Power of Words Festival’s Short Story Competition
Congratulations to local writer Mary Hanrahan whose short story Coming Home was one of ten chosen for inclusion in the Power of Words Festival’s Short Story Competition.Congratulations to local writer Mary Hanrahan whose short story Coming Home was one of ten chosen for inclusion in the Power of Words Festival’s Short Story Competition.

The Power of Words Festival based in Abbeyleix, Co. Laois is one of Ireland’s newer writing festivals and, as the name implies, it celebrates word in all its forms: drama, discussion, poetry, prose, song, open mic and improvisation. Local heritage, local musicians and local fine food also feature in an eclectic mix of indoor and outdoor events while participants are welcomed from all over the country.

The Festival committee invited the renowned crime writer Andrea Carter to judge the competition which attracted a large number of entries. She is the author of the Inishowen Mysteries series which will shortly be adapted for television.

In her summation she said: “It was a privilege to be asked to judge The Power of Words Festival Short Story Competition, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading each one of the entries. The stories were brilliantly varied, with everything from the traditional Irish family tale to comedy, science fiction and horror. Choosing ten for publication was not an easy task.  In the end I looked for originality, a strong voice, and a good command of story. The entries which won out were those which held my attention with memorable characters and setting, a good sense of pace and vivid language, and created a fully believable world in just a few pages.”

Mary Hanrahan’s story Coming Home is based on a single incident that gives an insight into the experience of the returned Irish emigrant, the sense of belonging counterbalanced by the perspective gained from living elsewhere and the subsequent question of identity. In her critique, Ms Carter said the story, 'moves seamlessly from light to dark so that the ominous tone, when it arrives, is a shock. The atmosphere of rural Ireland in the seventies is beautifully conveyed.'

The Power of Words inaugural ‘Anthology of Short Stories’ will be published by Hilliard Press, Tennessee, USA who also have a long-standing connection to Abbeyleix. It will be launched at this year’s Festival which is scheduled to take place over the weekend August 20-22, 2021. The winning writers will be invited to read their stories at the launch. They will each receive a specially commissioned commemorative piece and five copies of the anthology.

Fethard woman Valerie Connolly is Sports Coordinator of the Tipperary Sports Partnership
Eamonn Wynne, The Nationalist March 9, 2021

Fethard woman Valerie Connolly is Sports Coordinator of the Tipperary Sports PartnershipWith its involvement in the, ‘In this Together and Keep Well’ campaigns, the Tipperary Sports Partnership is playing a key role in keeping people active and focused during Covid-19. Its overall aim is to increase participation in sport and physical activity and Valerie Connolly, the partnership’s sports coordinator, says, “over the last 12 months we have been working closely with clubs and organisations to support their safe return to sport. Hopefully we will see all activities back to what they were pre-Covid”.

Like so many others, the pandemic has had a significant impact on Valerie’s working life. Working from home, she uses Zoom and MS Teams to hold online meetings. The partnership has been unable to deliver face-to-face programmes and some programmes have been delayed. On a positive note, however, Covid has presented it with new ways of working, with the delivery of online and virtual activities.  “Last year our Tipperary Women’s Mini Marathon was virtual and our recent Tipperary Talks Sport webinar was extremely successful,” says Valerie. “Many of our training and education programmes such as safeguarding, sport disability training workshops and activity sessions are now online and we will continue to deliver some elements of our work online into the future. We also developed a variety of resources such as exercise leaflets, videos and most recently a 3k podcast. All of these are available for download on our website www.tipperarysports.ie

Her role also focuses on increasing funding for the development of sport and physical activity in the county and creating new and sustainable opportunities to increase participation in physical activity programmes, training/education and supporting the development of sporting infrastructure. A former judo international, it isn’t surprising to learn that sport is something she has enjoyed from a young age.

“Growing up in Fethard, there wasn’t the variety of sports available that there is now. I dabbled in some horse riding, volleyball and athletics but judo was my main sport and I was very lucky to be part of the Irish team for over 10 years. When I retired from competitive judo I took up team rugby and Gaelic football. Now I enjoy being active by jogging, cycling, swimming and trying a bit of canoeing, as a result of my involvement in the development of the Suir Blueway and the slalom course in Clonmel. I don’t think there was any sport that I tried that I didn’t like. I studied sports science at University of Limerick and I am very fortunate to be working in the sports sector in a job that I really enjoy.”

Photographed above are the seven Fethard members of Clonmel Ladies All-Ireland winning rugby team who won the All Ireland final in Portlaoise on Sunday. The occasion was extra special for Jenny Fogarty as she was also celebrating her birthday on the day and was presented with a cake. L to R: Catherine Kenny, Charlene Roche, Aisling Kenny, Mary Gorey, Jenny Fogarty, proudly holding All Ireland Cup and her birthday cake, Amy Hopkins O’Connor, and Valerie Colville Connolly.
Valerie is photographed above as one of the seven Fethard members of Clonmel Ladies rugby team who won the All-Ireland Ladies final in Portlaoise in May 2007. L to R: Catherine Kenny, Charlene Roche, Aisling Kenny, Mary Gorey, Jenny Fogarty, proudly holding All Ireland Cup and her birthday cake, Amy Hopkins O’Connor, and Valerie Colville Connolly.

Valerie comes from a sporty family and her mother is Peggy Colville, the county Community Games PRO and someone who has been active in Community Games for decades.

“It’s amazing that she is still involved and volunteering in the Games and still providing opportunities for young people to participate,” says Valerie.  “I was very lucky that both my mother and late father Pat were extremely supportive, and I try and do the same for my own two children, Lauren and Cian."

Following in family tradition – Baby Valerie Colville photographed right with her parents, Peggy and the late Pat Colville.

This Year's Virtual 'Daffodil Day' in Fethard
Daffodil day this year will be quite different to previous years. Due to restrictions our usual events are curtailed and we take our collections online. I've set up my JustGiving page to support cancer patients and their families this Daffodil Day on Friday, March 26.

Daffodil day this year will be quite different to previous years. Due to restrictions our usual events are curtailed and we take our collections online. I've set up my JustGiving page to support cancer patients and their families this Daffodil Day on Friday, March 26. Please go to the Fethard Daffodil Page to make an online donation by CLICKING HERE

Now more than ever, cancer patients need our support. Daffodil Day is a day for us all to give hope to people affected by cancer. Funds raised during Daffodil Day are used across the country to help the 44,000 people who will hear the words "you have cancer" each year. Your kind donation will ensure the Irish Cancer Society can continue to provide free services, such as the Freephone Support Line, the Night Nursing Service, counselling, and so much more. Together we can ensure that no-one has to go through their cancer journey alone.



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

Fethard & District Photos from the past . . .
Any information on this photograph would be great . . . Young boy with a gun watched by woman standing in doorway with hunting dog outside thatched cottage?
Any information on this photograph would be great . . . Young boy with a gun watched by woman standing in doorway with hunting dog outside thatched cottage?


Tony Newport, Fethard, photographed with two of his relatives from New Zealand who visited Fethard for the first time on September 25, 1998. L to R: Paula Marie Kenrick, Tony Newport and Clare (Kenrick) McCann, Reading.  Both girls are daughters of Bernard Kenrick born in New Zealand.  Bernard's father was the late Tommy Kenrick from Main Street.
Tony Newport, Fethard, photographed with two of his relatives from New Zealand who visited Fethard for the first time on September 25, 1998. L to R: Paula Marie Kenrick, Tony Newport and Clare (Kenrick) McCann, Reading. Both girls are daughters of Bernard Kenrick born in New Zealand. Bernard's father was the late Tommy Kenrick from Main Street.


Starting school in Junior Infants class at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard on September 25, 1998, are Back L to R: Ms. Rita Kenny (teacher), Faye Manton, Dean Sharpe, Eugene Walsh, Mary Anne Fogarty, Tony Myler, Simon Standbridge, Michael Smyth. Third Row: Ronan Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Kearney, Jamie Walsh, Ger Maher, Jane Holohan, Louis Rice, Zoë McManus. Second Row: Ciarán O'Meara, Claire Morrissey, Darren Moloney, Amy Lyons, Ted Barrett, Louise O'Donnell, Brian Delahunty. Front Row L to R: Rachel Prout, Mary Ellen O'Reilly, Garreth Lawrence, Orla Lawrence, Deirdre Dwyer, Jenny Pyke and Gavin Lonergan.
Starting school in Junior Infants class at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard on September 25, 1998, are Back L to R: Ms. Rita Kenny (teacher), Faye Manton, Dean Sharpe, Eugene Walsh, Mary Anne Fogarty, Tony Myler, Simon Standbridge, Michael Smyth. Third Row: Ronan Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Kearney, Jamie Walsh, Ger Maher, Jane Holohan, Louis Rice, Zoë McManus. Second Row: Ciarán O'Meara, Claire Morrissey, Darren Moloney, Amy Lyons, Ted Barrett, Louise O'Donnell, Brian Delahunty. Front Row L to R: Rachel Prout, Mary Ellen O'Reilly, Garreth Lawrence, Orla Lawrence, Deirdre Dwyer, Jenny Pyke and Gavin Lonergan.


Photographed on the Rocklow Road are L to R: Jimmy Fitzgerald, Eddie Fogarty and Tom O’Connell (February 26, 1962).
Photographed on the Rocklow Road are L to R: Jimmy Fitzgerald, Eddie Fogarty and Tom O’Connell (February 26, 1962).


Presentation from Killenaule and Moyglass Parishioners to to Canon Tim O’Brien on September 6, 1998 are  L to R: Mary Costello, Canon Tim O’Brien and Tom Walsh.
Presentation from Killenaule and Moyglass Parishioners to to Canon Tim O’Brien on September 6, 1998 are L to R: Mary Costello, Canon Tim O’Brien and Tom Walsh.

Brothers Pat Shine (London) and Tom Shine (Cahir), originally from Crampscastle, photographed on a visit to Fethard in 1998. Pat will be well remembered as one of the organisers of the Fethard London Reunion in the 1960s and Tom was manager of Fethard Capitol Cinema up to its closure.
Brothers Pat Shine (London) and Tom Shine (Cahir), originally from Crampscastle, photographed on a visit to Fethard in 1998. Pat will be well remembered as one of the organisers of the Fethard London Reunion in the 1960s and Tom was manager of Fethard Capitol Cinema up to its closure.

Photographed at the Slievenamon Annual Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on August 15, 1998, are L to R: Marion O'Connor, Paddy Croke and Martin O'Connor
Photographed at the Slievenamon Annual Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on August 15, 1998, are L to R: Marion O'Connor, Paddy Croke and Martin O'Connor

Over 70 people took part in the Annual Pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon on last Saturday 15th August, the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady.  The group are pictured above at the Holy Year Cross.
Over 70 people took part in the Annual Pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon on Saturday, August 15, 1998, the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady. The group are pictured on their way to Holy Year Cross.

Group pictured waiting to take part in the large scale pageant dramatising the events of 1848 at The Commons, Ballingarry, on Saturday, August 1, 1998.
Group pictured waiting to take part in the large scale pageant dramatising the events of 1848 at The Commons, Ballingarry, on Saturday, August 1, 1998.

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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