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Email for Details Click for Details of Fantasy League Play now on CLUBFORCE 'Big Picture' – Looking down on Fethard Town!

This photograph was taken some years ago and on closer examination will leave many clues that might help you guess the year it was taken. If you zoom in for a closer look you will see some of the changes that were made over the years. Some for good and others for worse, we'll let you decide. You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out.

Your comments are always welcome to: fethardnews@gmail.com

Tommy Healy, Plymouth (formerly from The Green), sent us this reply:
"Looking at the photograph, I see that the Brothers’ Monastery has been built, it was completed in 1957 and the secondary school has just one building, the original built in the 1940s. The old primary school is still there, built in the 1880s if my memory of the plaque on the wall is correct. My grandmother, Catherine Healy, recalled seeing the primary school being built, having arrived in Fethard about 1885 as a teenager. I and, I suspect, many others who had been educated in the primary building, were not sad to see that ghastly edifice demolished. It was replaced by a modern school sometime in the ‘60s or ‘70s. I left Fethard in 1962 and the old primary building was still in use then. 

The secondary school looks as if the science extension had not yet been built so that would date the photograph to the mid 1960s. The photo seems to bear this out since there does not appear to be windows in the wall where the car is parked. The other buildings were constructed from the 1970s onwards.

My memories of the school are mixed. On the one hand it provided us with a good grounding in the ‘Three ‘R’s and, for those who could afford it, a reasonable secondary education. On the other the environment seemed to destroy any sense of confidence you might have possessed. It seemed to be the objective to turn out obedient, unthinking clones devoid of intellectual initiative. But then that seems to have been part of the spirit of the time which, happily, has changed. As it says in the opening lines of ‘The Go-between’, “the past is a foreign country, they do things differently there”. When I return on holiday I am impressed by the independent outlook of so many of the young generation"

Don McCarthy, Leixlip (formerly from The Green), added his observations:
Hi Joe, having had a look at the picture with my brother Michael, we have a couple of observations. From the state of the roof it would appear that the photo was taken sometime after the fire in Watergate in which Mrs Corcoran died. Not sure what year but you probably have that information. As Tommy Healy has pointed out the school science lab was not yet built and that project began in 1965 or 1966 when I was in fifth year or Leaving Cert. There also appears to be swinging boats (both children’s and adult’s) in the Barrack Field, which means it was summer time and the lack of water in the river appears to confirm that. Regards to all.  Don McCarthy.

We can confirm to Don and Michael, that Mrs Corcoran lost her life on Tuesday, March 26, 1963, and that this unfortunate incident led to the formation of a Volunteer Fire Service in Fethard. (see news excerpts below)

Woman of 70 dies in Fethard shop fire (March 1963)
A seventy-year-old semi-invalid, Mrs Bridget Corcoran died in a fire which destroyed the shop in which she lived at Burke Street Fethard on Tuesday morning, March 26, 1963. Efforts by townspeople and Gardai to rescue Mrs Corcoran were thwarted by the flames which within minutes of the discovery of the fire had changed the two-story premises into a blazing inferno.
A seventy-year-old semi-invalid, Mrs Bridget Corcoran died in a fire which destroyed the shop in which she lived at Burke Street Fethard on Tuesday morning, March 26, 1963. Efforts by townspeople and Gardai to rescue Mrs Corcoran were thwarted by the flames which within minutes of the discovery of the fire had changed the two-story premises into a blazing inferno.

By a sad coincidence, almost at the same time as Mrs Corcoran lost her life, her sister, Miss Mary White, Knockelly, died in a Cashel hospital.

The fire was first discovered at about 11am on Tuesday morning by Miss Dot Mullins, Main Street, Fethard, and Mr Jack Kenrick, Barber, Burke Street. Miss Mullins first saw the smoke coming from the gable end of the house and when she opened the door of the shop, she discovered that it was full of smoke.

William Meaney, nephew of the deceased said that he slept in his aunt's house each night for the past three years. He slept upstairs and she slept downstairs. He saw her on Tuesday morning before he left at about 8.30am. She was in her usual health. She had a liquid gas heater; an electric cooker and she had an oil heater which was not often on. There was an oil drum in the kitchen which was eight or nine feet from the electric cooker. None of them were on when he left, but his breakfast had been prepared on the electric cooker.

A verdict that death was due to asphyxia and shock, caused by accidental burning, was returned at an inquest subsequently held by the Coroner (Doctor P. Stokes) sitting with a jury, at Fethard Town Hall.

Died Recently
The late Betty McGrath, Cloneen, who died on May 21, 2021The death has occurred on Friday, May 21, 2021, of Elizabeth 'Betty' McGrath (née Tobin), Kilburry, Cloneen, after a short illness bravely borne. Predeceased by her loving husband Michael and son Fr Peter, Betty is deeply regretted by her loving daughter Anna; sons Jim and Milo; brother Pete, son-in-law Bill, daughter-in-law Patricia, grandchildren Clíodhna, Robert, Aoibheann, Orlaith and Elissa, sisters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends. Rest In Peace.

Requiem Mass takes place on Sunday, May 23, at 12 noon in the Church of The Nativity, Cloneen, followed by burial afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery. In keeping with government guidelines and HSE advice on public gatherings in relation to Covid-19, a maximum of fifty people are allowed in the church. For those wishing to view or participate in the funeral service online, they can stream the live service on Sunday, May 23, at 12 noon by CLICKING HERE

Messages of condolence for the family can also be left online by CLICKING HERE

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, May 21, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 4, 13, 14 and 22. There was no jackpot winner and three ‘match three’ winners who received €40 each: Kevin O’Meara, Mullinahone; Denise Delaney, Red City, Fethard; and Aaron O’Connor, Clonmel.

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, May 28, when the jackpot is €30,000 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no winner of this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday May 20. The winning numbers were 6, 8, 10 and 20. The winner of the weekly draw of €30 was Ann Barry. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, May 27, will be €900. Thanks to all for your continued support.

Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can help our Parish in a real, practical way.  Thank you for your support and the best of luck in the weekly draw. PLAY OUR LOTTO NOW.

Newsletter articles are now invited for this year!
As we approach almost half-way through 2021, a reminder to consider writing an article for this year’s Emigrants Newsletter seems appropriate. As we approach almost half-way through 2021, a reminder to consider writing an article for this year’s Emigrants Newsletter seems appropriate.

As our lives slowly moving back to normal, it would be great if, during this remaining period of calm, we put pen to paper to reflect on the huge changes we’ve experienced since the start of Covid in March 2020.

Last year’s Newsletter was slightly different than usual, adapting to the lack of social and sporting events we encouraged readers that were unable to travel home due to Covid, to submit news and photographs from their new homes and places of work. These articles were very well received and appreciated by all our readers at home. In fact, due to extraordinary demand, we were sold out of Newsletters in Fethard before Christmas 2020. Maybe this can be somewhat explained by families having lots of extra time to read while cocooning at home during the weeks of ‘lockdown’.

So please drop us a line and some photographs and we will do our best to include them in this year’s issue due to go to printers in early November. Days fly into weeks and weeks into months, so what better time to start than now. Articles and photos can be submitted by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com or by post to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, E91 XR26.

Positive news for Fethard Primary Care Centre
The proposed Primary Care Centre for Fethard will be included as part of the new Fethard Town Park development project that recently recommenced construction at Rocklow Road. The attidion of a Primary Care Centre in Fethard will be a huge benefit to the whole community and surrounding areas.
The proposed Primary Care Centre for Fethard will be included as part of the new Fethard Town Park development project that recently recommenced construction at Rocklow Road. The addition of a Primary Care Centre in Fethard will be a huge benefit to the whole community and surrounding areas.

The lack of progress being made on the proposed Primary Care Centre in Fethard has been raised in the Seanad. The HSE has identified Fethard as a desired location for such a centre with a site adjacent to the town park earmarked for the development.

Minister of State Mary Butler had some good news when questioned on the matter by Senator Garret Ahearn. “I’m happy to be able to advise the Senator that HSE Estates are currently reviewing the schedule of accommodation and expect to be in a position to issue relevant documentation to developers before the end of May. This will allow developers to finalise the design and bring the opening of the centre one step closer.”

“This is a very welcome development as the centre will bring vital services to the Slieveardagh area providing modern, purpose built accommodation and acting as a single point of access for health and social care delivery.”

Senator Ahearn cited the Primary Care Centre in Cahir as an example of how successful they can be. “We got a Primary Care Centre in Cahir about two or three months before Covid happened and if you speak to the GP’s and Public Health Nurses who are in the centre they wouldn’t know where they’d be if they were in their old facility and how they’d cope with it and the challenges they would have if they weren’t in the Primary Care Centre. It’s chalk and cheese.” “And for Fethard to be able to have that in the future is massive.”

Died Recently
The late Michael O'Donnell, St Johnstown, Fethard. who died on Monday, May 17, 2021.The death has occurred on Monday, May 17, 2021, of Michael Francis O'Donnell, St. Johnstown, Fethard. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Madeline, daughter Susan, sons James and Neil, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren Jake and Ruby, relatives, neighbours and friends. May he rest in peace.

Michael's Funeral Mass will take place on Thursday, May 20, in St Joseph the Worker Church, Moyglass, at 11.30am and may be watched online by CLICKING HERE. Burial will take place in the adjoining Cemetery after Mass.

Messages of support and condolences for the family may be left onloine by CLICKING HERE. House Private Please.


Registration for people aged 45 to 69
The latest group that can register to get a COVID-19 vaccine are people aged 45 to 49. We’re asking people to register on specific days to help us manage the demand.

  • If you are aged:
    49 – register on Wednesday 19 May, or any time after
    48 – register on Thursday 20 May, or any time after
    47 – register on Friday 21 May, or any time after
    46 – register on Saturday 22 May, or any time after
    45 – register on Sunday 23 May, or any time after
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Fethard Horse Country Experience
Fethard Horse Country Experience are preparing to reopen to the public in early June and look forward to welcoming visitors back to Fethard town. For the first few weeks we are asking all our visitors to pre-book, contact details on our website fhcexperience.ie

It is also planned to resume the very popular Coolmore Stud tours in July, depending on what Covid restrictions are in operation.

At the FHCE centre we will also stock Local crafts and artwork, which will be available for sale as before. Other community aimed events are also in the pipeline and details will be announced on our website.

Fethard Horse Country Experience are preparing to reopen to the public in early June and look forward to welcoming visitors back to Fethard town. For the first few weeks we are asking all our visitors to pre-book, details on our website. It is also planned to resume the very popular Coolmore Stud tours in July, depending on what Covid restrictions are in operation. 

At the FHCE centre we will also stock Local crafts and artwork, which will be available for sale as before. Other community aimed events are also in the pipeline and details will be announced on our website.

Heritage Council Grant for Fethard Town Wall and Tipperary’s Walled Towns

I am pleased to let you know that the Heritage Council has today (May 13, 2021) announced a grant of €25,000 to Tipperary County Council to conserve a section of the East Face of the Fethard Town Wall.

In addition, the Heritage Council has also awarded €6000 to the Tipperary Heritage Office to develop a digital heritage project which aims to highlight some of the archaeological features associated with Tipperary’s Walled Towns. I appreciate your support for these important heritage projects in Tipperary.

These grants have been awarded under the Irish Walled Towns Network which is helping to make the walled towns of Ireland become better places in which to live, work and visit.

With kind regards,
Virginia Teehan
Chief Executive
The Heritage Council, Church Lane, Kilkenny

Knockroe Wind Farm Project
ABO Wind Ireland Ltd. will be holding a virtual public consultation where we display further proposals of the project to the local community.

The interactive consultation will go live on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 and can be accessed by the public at a time of their convenience up to June 15, 2021. It will provide the opportunity to view information pertaining to the proposed development and for attendants to provide their feedback. Members of the project team will be on hand to answer any questions the public may have via a ‘Live Chat’ function during the following times:

Where: www.knockroe-windfarm.com
Tuesday, May 18, from 6pm to 8pm
Thursday, May 20, from 6pm to 8pm

Contact details are also provided for those who are viewing the consultation outside of these times and who would like to ask us any questions.

Wind Farm Construction

This video documents the installation of several ABO Wind projects, filmed in 2017 in Germany.

Would you like your business promoted on Fethard Website?
If you have a business in Fethard or close surrounding area and you would like your business promoted on the Fethard website then please do the following: Email tina.mulhearne@tipperarycoco.ie your business name, website address, a good quality image (can be your logo) and a line about what your business is about.


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 . . .

This week we have a selection of photographs from the long past – maybe we'll never discover the names of those photographed – but we would love to have your comments or names if you can help. Email: fethardnews@gmail.com

The front door of the demolished Military Barracks on The Square, photographed in 1964. ‘The Seat’, as it was often called, was relocated in 1974 to Rocklow Road as the entrance to the new Sports Centre, officially opened on Sunday, June 9, 1974.
The front door of the demolished Military Barracks on The Square, photographed in 1964. ‘The Seat’, as it was often called, was relocated in 1974 to Rocklow Road as the entrance to the new Sports Centre, officially opened on Sunday, June 9, 1974.

The remaining front wall of the Military Barracks on The Square, photographed before being demolished in 1964. ‘The Seat’ occupied by men chatting and watching the world go by.
The remaining front wall of the Military Barracks on The Square, photographed before being demolished in 1964. ‘The Seat’ occupied by men chatting and watching the world go by.

Anybody know this man?
Anybody know this man?

Anybody know these two men. The man sitting we think is Ned Shea, captain of the Tipperary Bloody Sunday Football Team, who lived in Burke Street.
Anybody know these two men. The man sitting we think is Ned Shea, captain of the Tipperary Bloody Sunday Football Team, who lived in Burke Street.

This is Frank Kenrick, younger brother of the photographer Patrick Kenrick. Frank was married to Stasia Kenrick, Congress Terrace, and was also a keen photographer like his brother. Frank Kenrick and his uncle Jack Fitzgerald had the harness making and tack shop where Jimmy and Bridget Hayes lived.
This is Frank Kenrick, younger brother of the photographer Patrick Kenrick. Frank was married to Stasia Kenrick, Congress Terrace, and was also a keen photographer like his brother. Frank Kenrick and his uncle Jack Fitzgerald had the harness making and tack shop where Jimmy and Bridget Hayes lived.


A hunting photograph fram days past. Somebody may know where and when?

This unusual photograph of Watergate Bridge is one of some old printing blocks that I received from the late Jimmy McInerney that he found in his shop in Burke Street. They printing plates were mounted on solid timber blocks about one inch thick and used on a printing press. This is one of the prints that P.J. O'Neill (Sureprint) kindly printed for me in the late 1970s. The quality from the old printing block is poor but still poses a lot of questions. What were all the people on the bridge watching? In the foreground, do we see sheets hanging out to dry . . .?
This unusual photograph of Watergate Bridge is one of some old printing blocks that I received from the late Jimmy McInerney that he found in his shop in Burke Street. They printing plates were mounted on solid timber blocks about one inch thick and used on a printing press. This is one of the prints that P.J. O'Neill (Sureprint) kindly printed for me in the late 1970s. The quality from the old printing block is poor but still poses a lot of questions. What were all the people on the bridge watching? In the foreground, do we see sheets hanging out to dry . . .?

Fethard Brass and Reed Band taken on Fethard Parish Church steps.
Fethard Brass and Reed Band taken on Fethard Parish Church steps.

This photo is another mystery! Any idea where the house is?
This photo is another mystery! Any idea where the house is?


The Kenrick family on Main Street. The photographer Patrick Kenrick is standing back left.
The Kenrick family on Main Street. The photographer Patrick Kenrick is standing back left.

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