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Fethard Town Park – Newsletter June 2021

Fethard Town Park – Newsletter June 2021

Construction back up and running

In line with Government guidelines, we are delighted to have Tony Patterson Sports Grounds back at Fethard Town Park . . . we just need a summer of sunshine now to get back on track with pitch developments! Have a look at the aerial footage where you can see developments progressing on pitches and carpark.



Community Site Visit
Would you like to see first hand the developments at Fethard Town Park?
If so, come along on Saturday afternoon June 12, at 1.30pm and we will give you a quick site tour. Please register your interest so we can organise and manage effectively.

Would you like to see first hand the developments at Fethard Town Park?
If so, come along on Saturday afternoon June 12, at 1.30pm and we will give you a quick site tour. Please register your interest so we can organise and manage effectively.

Click to register your interest

Fethard Primary Care Centre
We are delighted that Fethard has been formally agreed as the proposed site for a new Primary Care Centre. HSE are progressing this and we hope to hear more positive news in coming months. 
We are delighted that Fethard has been formally agreed as the proposed site for a new Primary Care Centre. HSE are progressing this and we hope to hear more positive news in coming months. 

Support Fethard Town Park 
Don't forget, you can still contribute towards Fethard Town Park by supporting any of its fundraising initiatives - plant a tree, dedicate a bench or buy a brick with your family name/ message. See options at
Don't forget, you can still contribute towards Fethard Town Park by supporting any of its fundraising initiatives - plant a tree, dedicate a bench or buy a brick with your family name/ message. See options at Fethardtownpark.ie


GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, June 4, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 14, 18, 26 and 34. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. One lucky winner received €50: Majella Daly, Cedar, Grove, Fethard. Two lucky dip winners received €25 each: Fiona Ryan, Tullamaine, Fethard; and Malissa Wallace, Saucestown, Fethard.

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, June 11, 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, June 3. The winning numbers were 6, 14, 18 and 24. The winner of the weekly draw of €30 was Noreen Sheehy. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, June 10, will be €1,000. 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.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride visits Fethard
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride unites classic and vintage style motorcycle riders all over the world to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, ride for a purpose. Their focus is on gentlemen who have been dealt a tough hand in life. In particular, they raise funds for cutting-edge research into prostate cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention programs, as part of their mission to support men’s health globally. These funds are invested by their partner, Movember, which is the world’s largest men’s health organisation.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride unites classic and vintage style motorcycle riders all over the world to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health.

This year, Clonmel DRG ride took place on Sunday, May 30, celebrating 10 years of The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, over 52 registered riders took part and raised €8,247 to date, with more to come. The riders finished their trip in Fethard, where they were photographed by Colin Kenny as they arrived on their bikes by Fethard's medieval town wall. CLICK TO SEE MORE OF COLIN'S PHOTOS

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride unites classic and vintage style motorcycle riders all over the world to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in Sydney, Australia, by Mark Hawwa. It was inspired by a photo of TV Show Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. Mark decided a themed ride would be a great way of connecting niche motorcycle enthusiasts and communities while raising funds to support the men in our lives.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride unites classic and vintage style motorcycle riders all over the world to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health.

The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride and Movember, work together to tackle Men’s Health issues. Since their formation in 2012 the classic and vintage riders have raised over $27 million for Men's Health, with events organised worldwide in 107 countries and over 340,000 riders taking part.

Resurfacing work at Burke Street, Fethard
Tipperary County Council will operate a temporary traffic management plan at Burke Street, Fethard, (R692) for resurfacing works, which will take place from 8am, June 3, to 6pm, June 4, 2021. The traffic management will be in place for 24 hours for works to be undertaken.

'Big Picture' – Marina's School of Dancing 2011

Marina's School of Dancing exhibition 2011
This photograph of some of the dancers from Holy Trinity National School, Fethard that took part in Marina's School of Dancing exhibition held at Fethard Ballroom on May 25, 2011. The event raised €2,288 for Fethard & District Day Care Centre, and the proceeds were presented by organiser, Marina Mullins, to Jimmy Connolly, chairman Fethard & District Day Care Centre. You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out.

Dancing exhibition a culmination of a ten-week course
A wonderful evening's entertainment was provided by the children of Holy Trinity National School on Wednesday, May 25, 2011, when pupils of 'Marina's School of Dancing' put on an exhibition of ballroom dancing to a full attendance at Fethard Ballroom. The exhibition, run in competition format, was the culmination of a ten-week course – one hour per week – with instructor and former award winning dancer, Marina Mullins, Fethard. All proceeds from the course and exhibition were donated to Fethard & District Day Care Centre.

Event organiser, Marina, went on to explain that the idea for holding the competition first came when Micheál Maher, son of the late Bill and Babe Maher, The Green, Fethard, offered all his parents' ballroom dancing trophies to be donated to a suitable charity. Marina suggested a dancing competition for local children which was enthusiastically agreed by the Maher family, who have a long tradition in ballroom dancing.

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

Micheál elected to Community Games National Activities Committee
Micheál Maher, elected to the Community Games National Activities Committee, is photographed above on right, accepting his Adult Volunteer Award from RTE's Tony O'Donoghue at the National Awards Ceremonies in Mount Wolseley Hotel, Carlow, prior to lockdown.
Micheál Maher, elected to the Community Games National Activities Committee, is photographed above on right, accepting his Adult Volunteer Award from RTE's Tony O'Donoghue at the National Awards Ceremonies in Mount Wolseley Hotel, Carlow, prior to lockdown.

Good news for Fethard following the National Community Games AGM held via Zoom on, Saturday, May 29, when our local and Tipperary Community Games County Chairman, Micheál Maher, was elected on to the National Activities Committee.

Micheál has accomplished trojan work since he became chairman of both Area and County Community Games, and it is a great honour to be elected to the National Activities Committee. We congratulate Micheál and wish him the very best of luck in his new role.

The winners of the virtual events will be announced during this month of June. Details of other officers elected at the AGM will be published next week. We are hoping to have confirmation of some physical events in the not-too-distant future depending on how Covid 19 restrictions will allow.

'Tip Top Brew' Mobile Coffee Unit available for events
If you're organising an outdoor event and would like to offer refreshments without the stress of catering, why not contact ‘Tip Top Brew’ who can provide a mobile coffee unit offering the very best of coffee, hot drinks and confectionery at your function. We are available for weddings, parties, markets, festivals, corporate events, sampling, any special occasion. Just contact Marie at 086 8922637 for more details or bookings.
If you're thinking of organising an outdoor event and would like to offer refreshments without the stress of catering, why not contact ‘Tip Top Brew’ who can provide a mobile coffee unit offering the very best of coffee, hot drinks and confectionery at your function. We are available for weddings, parties, markets, festivals, corporate events, sampling, any special occasion. Just contact Marie at 086 8922637 for more details or bookings.

Planning Permission application from Eircom Limited (trading as Eir)

A new planning application has been received by Tipperary County Council for permission to erect a 15-metre-high monopole together with antennae, dishes and other equipment and remove the existing 10m high timber communications pole with antenna at the Eir Exchange, St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard.

A new planning application has been received by Tipperary County Council for permission to erect a 15-metre-high monopole together with antennae, dishes and other equipment and remove the existing 10m high timber communications pole with antenna at the Eir Exchange, St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard.A new planning application has been received by Tipperary County Council for permission to erect a 15-metre-high monopole together with antennae, dishes and other equipment and remove the existing 10m high timber communications pole with antenna at the Eir Exchange, St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard.

As this proposed development is within the curtilage of a Stone Archway (RPS 219), a protected structure, it would be in contravention of the “Telecommunications Antennae and Support Structures – Guidelines for Planning Authorities” of 1996, which require that proximity of protected structures be avoided. These guidelines also state that, “only as a last resort should free-standing masts be located within or in the immediate surrounds of smaller towns and villages” or be located in a residential area;

  • the structure would be visually intrusive, injurious to the visual amenity of the homes in the area and out of character with the area;
  • having regard to its location, the proposed structure with its additional height and equipment would detract and depreciate the value of the properties within the vicinity;
  • it would also be in contravention of Policy TI14 of the Tipperary County Development Plan which states that “It is the policy of the Council to facilitate proposals for masts, antennae and ancillary equipment in accordance with Communications Antennae and Support Structures : Guidelines for Planning Authorities, DEHLG, 1996. Development proposals will be facilitated, where it can be established that there will be no significant adverse impact on the surrounding areas and the receiving environment, particularly in the following locations:
    • Primary and Secondary amenity areas or locations that would be detrimental to designated listed views.
    • Within significant views or settings of national monuments or protected structures.

A new planning application has been received by Tipperary County Council for permission to erect a 15-metre-high monopole together with antennae, dishes and other equipment and remove the existing 10m high timber communications pole with antenna at the Eir Exchange, St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard.

If you wish to object?

The planning application number is 21701 and the latest date for receipt of objections is 22/06/21. All objections must be accompanied by the fee of €20 in order to be considered by the council but any number of people can sign an objection so the cost can be shared.

If you wish to send your objection by email, you can call 0761 065000 and ask for the receipts desk to pay the fee via Credit/Debit Card. You can then forward your submission/observation to planning@tipperarycoco.ie quoting your receipt number.

Objections by post should be sent to the Planning Section, Tipperary County Council, Civic Offices, Emmet Street, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.
You can view the application documents by CLICKING HERE

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.

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 our files and if you can help with names, comments or further information, we would love to hear from you. Email: fethardnews@gmail.com

A young Rita McCormack playing football on the Back Green with Micheál Maher back in the 1970s, when Rita's parents, Tom and Kathleen McCormack, moved back to live in Ireland. At this time, they lived temporarily in what was known as 'Bob Byrnes corner' on The Green.
A young Rita McCormack playing football on the Back Green with Micheál Maher back in the 1970s, when Rita's parents, Tom and Kathleen McCormack, moved back to live in Ireland. At this time, they lived temporarily in what was known as 'Bob Byrnes corner' on The Green.

Ned Sheehan, St. Patrick's Place, photographed with his son Tommy on his First Holy Communion day outside Fethard Parish Church.
Ned Sheehan, St. Patrick's Place, photographed with his son Tommy on his First Holy Communion day outside Fethard Parish Church.

Tom and Alice Ryan, St. Patrick's Place, photographed on their First Holy Communion day outside Fethard Holy Trinity Parish Church
Tom and Alice Ryan, St. Patrick's Place, photographed on their First Holy Communion day outside Fethard Holy Trinity Parish Church

L to R: Finola Lynch and Margaret Trehy, Kilnockin, dressed up for the Fethard Festival Fancy Dress Parade in 1976.
L to R: Finola Lynch and Margaret Trehy, Kilnockin, dressed up for the Fethard Festival Fancy Dress Parade in 1976.

Karl Cooke and his first cousin Audrey Moloney, photographed while taking part in Fethard Festival Fancy Dress Parade in 1976.
Karl Cooke and his first cousin Audrey Moloney, photographed while taking part in Fethard Festival Fancy Dress Parade in 1976.

The Fethard Festival 50th Anniversary poster 1976 from June 27 to July 4. Featuring special guest Mick Murphy, and dancing to Marianne Faithful, Paddy Cole, Larry Cunningham, Margo, The Visions, Gina, Dale Haze and the Champions.
The Fethard Festival 50th Anniversary poster 1976 from June 27 to July 4. Featuring special guest Mick Murphy, and dancing to Marianne Faithful, Paddy Cole, Larry Cunningham, Margo, The Visions, Gina, Dale Haze and the Champions.

Mary Gunne, The Green,  holding her granddaughter Mary Connolly.
Mary Gunne, The Green, holding her granddaughter Mary Connolly.


Sisters Elizabeth and Catherine Reddy, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.
Sisters Elizabeth and Catherine Reddy, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.

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