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Split The Granny Pot April Winner
Tina Shine drawing the winners envelope for the April 'Split The Granny Pot' fundraiser in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre. The winner of €280 was Margaret Phelan. Well Done, Margaret, and a huge thank uou to all our supporters and volunteers.
Tina Shine drawing the winners envelope for the April 'Split The Granny Pot' fundraiser in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre. The winner of €280 was Margaret Phelan. Well Done, Margaret, and a huge thank uou to all our supporters and volunteers.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, May 5. The numbers drawn were 7, 12, 16 and 21. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Martin Burke. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, May 5, will be €1,500.

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 our next weekly draw. PLAY OUR LOTTO NOW

The Holy Rosary for Peace
The Holy Rosary will be prayed at all four grottos in our parish during the month of May – for World Peace.

  • KILLUSTY
    Sundays after Mass & Fridays at 7.30pm
  • PARISH CHURCH
    Mondays at 6.30pm & Thursdays at 6.30pm
  • AUGUSTINIAN ABBEY
    Sundays at 8pm & Wednesdays at 8pm
  • CONVENT GARDEN
    Tuesdays at 6.30pm & Saturdays at 10am

All are welcome to join us in our prayers for World Peace.

'Celebration of Life' - Service in support of families affected by Suicide
The 11.30am liturgy on Sunday, May 22, in the Augustinian Abbey, Fethard, will be dedicated to all who have been touched by the tragedy of suicide. It will be a community celebration and all are invited to participate. Appropriate music, readings etc will be used on the day.

Boston Scientific Medical Device Award
John David O'Donnell, a second year student at Patrician Presentation Fethard is seen here receiving the Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award  at the Scifest Regional final in the TúS Campus Thurles recently. John David developed a prototype of a wheelchair attachment to improve the accessibility of wheelchair users to climb steps. He was entered in the Junior Individual Technology category. John David is pictured above with Ms Catriona McKeogh, Deputy Principal. Well done John David.
John David O'Donnell, a second year student at Patrician Presentation Fethard is seen here receiving the Boston Scientific Medical Devices Award at the Scifest Regional final in the TúS Campus Thurles recently. John David developed a prototype of a wheelchair attachment to improve the accessibility of wheelchair users to climb steps. He was entered in the Junior Individual Technology category. John David is pictured above with Ms Catriona McKeogh, Deputy Principal. Well done John David.

AGM Abymill Theatre (The Mill Fethard Ltd)
The annual general meeting of the Abymill Theatre will take place at 7pm on Monday, May 16, upstairs in the Abymill.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, May 3, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 4, 7, 18 and 33. There was no Jackpot winner and two Match Three winners who received €75 each: Margaret Ryan, Drangan; and Patrick Lawrence. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Mick O'Mahoney, 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 Tuesday, May 10, 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.

Sports Achievement Award Nominations for April
The following 16 nominations were received for the Butler's Fethard Sports Achievement Award for April. The winner will be announced at a special presentation function held in Butler's Bar on Friday night next, May 6. All are welcome to come along.

  1. Jack Quinlan – Currently playing a starring role for Tipperary Minor hurlers in their quest for Munster and All Ireland glory.
  2. Dorothy Wall – No stranger to these awards, Dorothy is a member of Ireland's Ladies Rugby team at present competing in the Women's Six Nations Championship 2022.
  3. Ryan Walsh – Represented Fethard with honour on the Tipperary U20 football team.
  4. Conor Kavanagh – Picked at scrum half on the Munster rugby team for the Junior Interprovincial series.
  5. Mia Lacey, Mary Kate Fogarty – Representing St Ritas Camogie club these two young ladies were on the U13 Interdivisional Shield winning team.
  6. Lauren Connolly – Also representing St Ritas this young lady played on the Cumann Na Mbunscoil team that played at half time during the Tipp v Waterford S.H. match.
  7. Gavin Neville – Has the distinction of being selected by Tipperary at U15 level for hurling and football.
  8. Charlie Walsh, Ben Allen, Rory O'Mahoney, Noah Flynn – Signs of Fethard returning to former glory days with these young men all chosen by Tipperary for their U15 squad.
  9. Sarah Moore, Evie Smith, Emily Spillane, Sarah Smith – County panellists for Tipperary U16 ladies football set up.
  10. Jake Coen – This young apprectice jockey has made a fine start to his career, already amassed 16 wins including a fine double at Dundalk during April.
  11. Liam Kiely, Mark Neville – As already mentioned the future is bright for Fethard football. Liam and Mark have been selected by Tipperarys U16 management as part of the squad for 2022.
  12. Nicole Delaney – Soccer player Nicole is quickly building a reputation as a great player with Wexford Youths U17s.
  13. Ben Coen – 2022 has seen Bens career going from strength to strength. Highlights for April were winning the Lincolnshire on board 'Raadobarg' followed up 3 days later with a treble at Limerick racecource.
  14. Bernard Feery – Completed a treble in the county veterans track and field with 1sts in 800 mtrs. 400 mtrs, and 3000 mtrs.
  15. Joseph Gaule – Played for the Tipperary Cumann Na Mbunscoil team that showed their skills during half time at the Tipp v Waterford Senior Hurling match.
  16. Keith Woodlock, Philip Butler – Winners of the prestigious Mouse Morris Cup Golf Tournament played at Slievenamon Golf course.

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, May 8, to the music of ‘The Michael Collins Band'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420, Email: eileencoady@hotmail.com

Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, May 8, to the music of ‘The Michael Collins Band'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420, Email: eileencoady@hotmail.com

Community Games Upcoming Events

  • Saturday, May 7
    U14 Table Quiz - Entries on the night.- Team of 4 & 2 subs. Areas may bring as many teams as they wish €8.00 per team. €3.00 per individual event.
  • Friday, May 13th.
    All Talent Events.

Anyone interested in any of these events please contact Noreen ASAP fethard-killusty@communitygames.eu Entries for the Talent events close on May 5 .

Events

  • Solo Dance Boys /Girls U12/U16
  • Solo Music Boys/ Girls U12/U16
  • Solo Recitation Boys /Girls U12/U16
  • Solo Singing Boys/ Girls U12/U16
  • Choir All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U13 & U16 (Panel of 10 to 20)
  • Culture Corner All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U15 (Panel of 6 )
  • Group Drama or Comedy All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U12, U16 (Panel of 6)
  • Group Dance Irish Contemporary All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U12, U16 (Panel of 6)
  • Group Dance Modern Disco All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U12, U16 (Panel of 6)
  • Group Music All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U12, U16 (Panel of 6)
  • Group Singing All Boys/All Girls/Mixed U12, U16 (Panel of 6)

Each area can enter up to 2 entries for each event. Please check out rules and criteria for all events on https://www.communitygames.ie/events

Fethard & Killusty Community Games Art & Handwriting

Closing Date for Area Entries is Wednesday May 18

Events

  • Boys & Girls. Art U8, U10, U12, U14 & U16
  • Handwriting U10 & U12
  • Entry Fee €3.00

Competitors must be under age specified on July 31, 2022. Entries will be collected on May 18 in Schools in Fethard & Killusty. Please make sure Name, Address and Date of Birth is on back of entry. Competitors residing in Area but going to school elsewhere please contact Noreen fethard-killusty@communitygames.eu to arrange for collection.

Important NEWS for all Community Games Team Managers 
Closing date for all teams is Saturday, May 14, with the County Board. But this year each team must also name their players on that day. – Example: U10 Football. Panel of 16, all players named 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and so on as on Panel Form. It is not just a name for the team as before. This should be taken care of as soon as possible. Just 11 days left.  Late entries will not be accepted.

Fethard Historical Society AGM
Photographed at the Fethard Historical Society's AGM held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 are L to R: Mary Hanrahan (outgoing chairperson), Michael Mallon (incoming chairperson), guest speaker Niamh Hassett, who gave a talk afterwards on 'Dolly Burke, Fethard Revolutionary', John Cooney (vice-chairperson) and Catherine O'Flynn (assistant treasurer).
Photographed at the Fethard Historical Society's AGM held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 are L to R: Mary Hanrahan (outgoing chairperson), Michael Mallon (incoming chairperson), guest speaker Niamh Hassett, who gave a talk afterwards on 'Dolly Burke, Fethard Revolutionary', John Cooney (vice-chairperson) and Catherine O'Flynn (assistant treasurer).

The AGM of the Fethard Historical Society took place on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 in the ICA Hall Fethard. Mary Hanrahan, in her opening remarks, stated how delighted the society was to be finally assembling in public after a hiatus of two years.

Before the night’s proceedings began, Mary called on those present to observe a minute’s silence in tribute to the late John O’Flynn who died suddenly in May 2021. John was a stalwart member of the society who will be remembered for his interest in history, his energetic response to every call on his time and his sense of humour. His involvement in all the society’s endeavours, but in particular the Medieval festivals and the annual Tipperariana Book Fair, was crucial to their success. As Mary said, if there was a logistical problem, John was the man to solve it. He will be sorely missed by his friends in the society and condolences were once again offered to his wife Catherine, sons Connie and Timothy and daughter-in-law Kate. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

Given the three-year gap since the last AGM held on April 30, 2019, reports were kept to a minimum. Catherine O’Flynn, treasurer, submitted a statement of accounts and then Mary Hanrahan delivered the chairperson’s report outlining the society’s activities during that period.

She prefaced her report by remarking that, “little did anyone think when the FHS invited Ida Milne to give her lecture Stacking the Coffins about the Spanish Flu epidemic of 191-‘19 that we would, in turn, ourselves experience a global pandemic. In an equally eerie parallel to the early 20th century, we now find ourselves welcoming refugees from a war situation”.

In spite of the difficulties imposed by the successive lockdowns and the Covid-19 restrictions the Society managed to keep going online, via Zoom and with guideline compliant events when possible.

The Tipperariana Book Fair was cancelled both last year and again this February due to Covid-19 restrictions. Fortunately, the Tipperariana Book of the Year 2019 went ahead before the lockdown in March 2020 and the recipient was the ‘Fethard & Killusty Annual Newsletter’. The society had long been aware of the sterling work done by editor Joe Kenny and his team. It was felt that the 60th anniversary of its first issue was a fitting time to acknowledge how important the newsletter is to the people of Fethard at home and away. Not only does it now serve as a record of the social history of the town but, amazingly, the Newsletter is sent each year free of charge to Fethard natives living abroad. Mary Guinan Darmody, Tipperary County Library, was the guest speaker on the night and she too attested to the importance of the Newsletter.

At the end of July 2020, over 150 years since the foundation of their Convent the last six Presentation Sisters left Fethard. The Society very much looks forward to being part of whatever event the Parish Council organises to mark their departure and to acknowledge the invaluable contribution they made to the life of the town during their time there.

In December 2020, the Society was delighted to host the launch of Terry Cunningham’s poetry book A Life in Reverse featuring poems written over his lifetime. It was a launch with a difference as Covid guidelines were strictly adhered to and numbers were limited.

On Thursday, March 4, 2021, the Society marked the 100th anniversary of the shooting of local volunteer Thomas Lee with a wreath laying by Mary Hanrahan, FHS Chairperson at the Lee memorial at Monroe, about one mile from Fethard on the Cashel Road. Jim Lee attended to represent the Lee family. Once again, Covid restrictions were strictly observed.

The Fethard Historical Society also undertook to publish a booklet about Thomas Lee. The main article was written by John Lee, Cork, nephew of Thomas Lee. FHS member John Cooney provided the historical background to the War of Independence giving a context for what happened locally. Tommy O’Brien served as liaison between John Lee and the society and Gerry Long provided additional material from his archive of relevant documents.

The launch of the booklet Thomas Lee, 1900-1921 finally took place on July 6, 2021, with an outdoor event in McCarthy’s Garden. William Lee, Cork, gave the formal address on the night giving an insight into the details of Thomas Lee’s life, the events surrounding his death and the consequences for succeeding generations of his family.

At this juncture, Mary Hanrahan paused to express the Fethard Historical Society’s acknowledgement of the tremendous ongoing support it receives from Róisín O’Grady, Heritage Officer; Ann-Marie Keaveney, Arts and Heritage Office; Marie Phelan, Tourism Development Officer, Tipperary County Council; and most especially, Mary Guinan Darmody, Tipperary Studies.

Tipperariana Book of the Year Award

On September 18, 2021, the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award 2020 was presented to the Lisnagaul Memorial Committee Aherlow for their compilation of the wonderful book The Troubles in the Glen. James Hayes served as editor and Elaine Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick Printers, published the book. The event began with a guided tour of Fethard for the visitors followed by a presentation of the award, a specially commissioned piece by local ceramicist Dóirín Saurus, in the Fethard Horse Country Experience.

The Society marked Culture Night 2021 with a lively Poetry and Prose session in the Town Hall. A number of local writers shared their work while others came along to read from their favourite authors.

The Society’s most recent event had taken place the previous evening in the Fethard Horse Country Experience when The Life and Times of Archbishop Patrick Everard by Tom Everard was launched. Fr. Liam Everard, P.P. Fethard and brother of Tom launched the book giving a comprehensive review of its contents and finishing with a blessing of the book and all present.

Canon Barbara Fryday, Church of Ireland, retired this year and the Fethard Historical Society wanted to thank her for her continuous support for its endeavours throughout her years in Fethard. She was an active member of the society and served on the committee. She is wished every blessing in her retirement.

In conclusion, Mary stated that the Fethard Historical Society now looks forward to the resumption of ‘business as usual’ lectures, outings etc. It is hoped to continue offering guided walking tours of Fethard and the good news is there are now three new guides Michael Mallon, Mary Healy and Pat Looby who will supplement the original team of Terry Cunningham, Colm McGrath and Mary Hanrahan.

The election of the new committee then took place as follows: Michael Mallon, Chairperson; John Cooney, Vice-Chairperson; Mary Healy, Secretary; Terry Cunningham, Assistant Secretary; Pat Looby, Treasurer; Catherine O’Flynn, Assistant Treasurer; Mary Hanrahan, P.R.O.; and Gerry Long, Pat Phelan, Maria Murphy, Anne Gleeson, Colm McGrath and Marie O’Donnell.

Dolly Burke, Fethard Revolutionary

The AGM was followed by a talk on Dolly Burke, Fethard Revolutionary, by Ms Niamh Hassett, local historian and curator of the Comóradh na nÓglach Facebook page. There was a full house to welcome Niamh to Fethard and she delivered an excellent talk providing a concise yet detailed overview of what was happening in Ireland when Dolly Burke’s story unfolded.

Dolly was born in December 1901 in Glengoole and raised in Foulkstown, near Moyglass. Dolly aged just 17, became involved with the volunteers through her brother Michael himself a Volunteer since 1917. She very quickly, despite her youth, became the main communications organiser. Initially, she served as a courier between Fethard, Clonmel and Callan. Later, Dolly was tasked with coordinating the inter-battalion’s lines of communication. She recruited lots of women to the cause and she carried arms and ammunition between battalions as, at that time, there was less likelihood of a woman being searched. She became engaged to Tommy O’Donovan, Commandant, 7th Battalion, 3rd Tipperary Brigade. In 1920, Dolly was involved in the attacks on barracks in the area and in April of that year she was co-founder with Miss B. Gleeson, of the Moyglass Cumann na mBan.

While the War of Independence continued Dolly pursued her dangerous work, carrying dispatches throughout the area and bringing arms and ammunition to brigade headquarters in Rosegreen. In October 1920, Dolly was dragged from her house by masked men who threatened to shoot her unless she revealed what she knew about prominent IRA members. She refused to give any information and survived the ordeal but after this she went ‘on the run’ knowing she was now a possible target of the British ‘Murder Gang’. Earlier that year it seems she broke off her engagement to Tommy O’Donovan but undoubtedly, she still mourned his loss when he was shot down in Killenaule on October 31, 1921.

Dolly was arrested on January 28, 1921 in Ballinure, brought to the RIC barracks in Cashel and subsequently, at a summary court hearing in Tipperary, sentenced to six months in Cork Goal for refusing to give information to the British authorities. In May 1921, a Cork Volunteer assisted by two women from the local Cumann na mBan engineered Dolly’s escape from jail. She was the first woman to escape from any jail in the country during this period and it caused a sensation in the national press. She returned to active duty until the Truce was declared. Following the Treaty, Dolly engaged on the Republican side, providing a safe house and maintaining an arms dump that was never discovered by the Free State soldiers.

In 1923 Dolly, like many of her fellow republicans, went to the United Sates where she worked as a typist. She returned to Ireland in 1934 and returned to local politics becoming Secretary of the Cloneen Fianna Fáil Cumann in 1935. In 1936, she eventually secured employment as Home Assistance Officer for Fethard and Killenaule. Dolly applied to the Pensions Board but, like so many others, she faced a momentous battle to receive her just desserts. Her service prior to 1920 was ignored and she was accorded the lowest possible rank in spite of testimony from such people as Dan Breen and Bill Quirke.

She married Tom Smyth in on July 24, 1944 and lived quietly with him at 2, Congress Terrace, Fethard until her death on April 8, 1968. Her exploits faded into the mists of time until recently when people like Niamh Hassett sought to restore her story to its rightful place in the annals of our history.

Patrician Presentation ‘Darkness Into Light’ Walk


On May 7, Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School students are taking part in this year’s ‘Darkness Into Light’ walk to join the global fight against suicide, self-harm and stigma. You’re invited to join our team and walk with us at Fethard Town Park and also help fund vital services for those in crisis by donating through our fundraising page online by CLICKING HERE

We are meeting at the Secondary School on Rocklow Road at 4.30am, and will begin the walk by completing a loop of the Fethard Town Park walkway and then heading down towards The Valley via the Ballroom. Then back along The Valley and up by Watergate to Main Street and back up to the school. We aim to complete the loop by 6.15am approx., with dawn predicted for 5.08am that morning. All welcome to join us.



Everybody is welcome to join on this walk and further information is available at: https://www.darknessintolight.ie

Every school has the power to be the light against the dark!

Big Picture –'The Message of Fatima' – Dec. 1949

'The Message of Fatima' – December 1949

Full Cast of 'The Message of Fatima', produced by Sr. Teresa, and performed by the pupils of the Presentation Convent, Fethard, in the Capitol Cinema on Thursday, December 15 and Friday, December 16, 1949, at 8pm. There was also a matinee held at 3pm on Thursday, December 15, 1949. The Programme, printed by Corbett’s Printing Works, Clonmel, was sold for 3d. The audience were also kindly asked to, “Please do not applaud during the performance.”

See how many faces you can put to the names listed below, taken from the Programme printed in 1949?

You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. If you can help with further information please let us know. Your comments, names or corrections are always welcome to: fethardnews@gmail.com

"What memories – my mother making our outfits, trousers for Marie, angel's dress for me, with wide butter muslin sleeves – how wonderful to see this picture after all this time. Many thanks Betty Dineen."

'DRAMATIS PERSONAE'
Our Lady of Fatima (A. Tierney); Holy Family (R. Walsh), (A. Tierney), (M. Barry); The Angel of Peace (R. Walsh), Lucia Dos Santos (R. O’Donnell); Lucia’s Cousins, Jacinto Marto (M. McCarthy) and Francisco Marto (M. Dineen); Lucia’s Mother (J. Smith); Jacinta’s Mother (A. Stapleton); Friends of the children, Zinda (P. Byard), Carmo (P. Sheehan), Rosa (E. Walsh); Neighbour (L. Meagher); A Lisbon Reporter (M. Grant); Speaker (K. Mackey).

BYSTANDERS
K. Barry, M. Burke, K. Carroll, M. Cummins, N. Cummins, K. McCormack, M. O’Connell, J. O’Connell, K. O’Connell, M. Quigley, K. Russell, M. Whelan, K. White, M. Woodlock.

VERSE SPEAKERS
M. Butler, M. Butler, M. Dwyer, J. Fergus, J. Grady, E. McCarthy, A. McDonnell, N. McDonnell, J. Maher, C. Mathews, M. McSweeney, M. Napier, M. O’Flynn, R. O’Flynn, K. Ryan, R. Walsh, C. Williams, E. Whyte.

CHOIR
M. Brennan, M. Brown, A. Cassells, K. Cassells, R. Cassells, P. Danagher, B. Dwyer, N. Evans, K, Fahey, P. Fogarty, R. Grady, T. Henchy, A. Holway, M. Horan, M. McCarthy, I. McGrath, M. Moore, C. Morrissey, R. Morrissey, A. Morrissey, B. McSweeney, C. O’Donnell, M. O’Donnell, C. O’Rourke, A. O’Sullivan, J. Pollard, R. Purcell, E. Purcell, K. Ryan, J. Sayers, R. Sayers, M. Sheehan, A. Skehan, R. Tierney, P. Wall, A. Walsh, N. Ward, B. Whelan, M. Whelan.

MYSTERIES OF THE ROSARY
C. Brett, M. Fitzgerald, A. Flynn, R. Hanley, A. Hurley, R. Kenny, M. Murphy, H. Mulligan, M. O’Brien, A. O’Neill, B. Ryan, R. Ryan, C. Sayers, M. Sayers, D. Wall.

ANGELS
M. Bulfin, R. Clarke, B. Dineen, T. Fergus, H. Fergus, B. Hurley, A. Scofield, U. Whyte.



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 taken from the Fethard/London Reunion Festival held in 1995. We've also included a list of the Festival highlights that took place over the week. If you have any comments or further information, we would love to hear from you. Email: fethardnews@gmail.com

Mary Hanrahan and Gerry Long at Fethard Historical Society's stall at the Fethard/London Reunion Festival held in 1995.
Mary Hanrahan and Gerry Long at Fethard Historical Society's stall at the Fethard/London Reunion Festival held in 1995.

'Calf Crap' fundraising stall manned by Liam Hayes and Seamus Barry on Sunday, July 2, 1995
'Calf Crap' fundraising stall manned by Liam Hayes and Seamus Barry on Sunday, July 2, 1995.

L to R: David O'Donnell, Mayor of Fethard, with Kathleen Barry and Bernard Walsh on The Square,  Sunday, July 2, 1995
L to R: David O'Donnell, Mayor of Fethard, with Kathleen Barry and Bernard Walsh on The Square, Sunday, July 2, 1995.

Fethard Garden Club served teas on the Square.
Fethard Garden Club served teas on the Square.

Michael O'Dwyer's 'Smash the Face' stall.
Michael O'Dwyer's 'Smash the Face' stall.

Kevin Ryan looking after Killusty Soccer Club's 'High Roller' stall on The Square on Sunday, July 2, 1995
Kevin Ryan looking after Killusty Soccer Club's 'High Roller' stall on The Square on Sunday, July 2, 1995

“Don’t Fence Me In” one of the entries in the Fancy Dress Parade on Sunday, July 2, 1995. L to R: Marie Moclair, Jimmy Ryan and Marie Crean.
“Don’t Fence Me In” one of the entries in the Fancy Dress Parade on Sunday, July 2, 1995. L to R: Marie Moclair, Jimmy Ryan and Marie Crean.

'The Field', Fethard Juvenile GAA entry in the Fancu Dress Parade 1995.
'The Field', Fethard Juvenile GAA entry in the Fancu Dress Parade 1995.

'On Your Toes' dancing demonstration in St. Patrick's Place
'On Your Toes' dancing demonstration in St. Patrick's Place.

Pictured home on holidays at the Fethard London Reunion Festival are L to R: Karen Lloyd, James Kearney and Pat Fitzgerald.Pictured home on holidays at the Fethard London Reunion Festival are L to R: Karen Lloyd, James Kearney and Pat Fitzgerald.

'Historic Fethard Medieval Town', Fethard Historical Society's float in the parade.
'Historic Fethard Medieval Town', Fethard Historical Society's float in the parade.

'Days of Wine and Roses',  Hogan Musical Society's entry in the parade.
'Days of Wine and Roses', Hogan Musical Society's entry in the parade.

'Fethard's Wall Draws Them All', Nano Nagle School entry in the 1995 Fancy Dress Parade.
'Fethard's Wall Draws Them All', Nano Nagle School entry in the 1995 Fancy Dress Parade.

'Squaws in the Move Looking for a Reservation' one of the entries in the 1995 Fancy Dress Parade. L to R: Ann Marie Connolly, Jane Hayes and Sara Healy.
'Squaws in the Move Looking for a Reservation' one of the entries in the 1995 Fancy Dress Parade. L to R: Ann Marie Connolly, Jane Hayes and Sara Healy.

Highlights of the Fethard / London Reunion Festival’ in 1995

Fethard & Killusty Community Council's ‘Fethard / London Reunion Festival’ took place from Tuesday, June 27, to Sunday, July 2, 1995.

The festival programme commenced on Tuesday night, June 27, with an organ recital, hymns, and poetry readings at Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, proceeds towards Holy Trinity Church of Ireland maintenance fund. Also, Fethard Historical Society held an enjoyable ‘Fethard Social Night’ at Pat O’Shea’s Lounge, which included a ‘Fun Table Quiz’ and the official launch of their new colour postcards of Ferhard. On the Wednesday night, the Abymill hosted a controversial talk entitled ‘A Travellers Life’, given by a modern-day traveller who told his story and the history of the travelling community of South Tipperary.

The festival had a great treat in store for Irish traditional music fans on Thursday June 29, when Máirtín O'Connor and the Chatterbox Band played in Fethard Ballroom, featuring Ireland’s top musicians, Jimmy Faulkner (guitar), Dave Prim (bass), Garry Ó Briain (mandocello, keyboards, guitar) and Martin Murray (mandolin, fiddle, banjo). Máirtín played soloist in Bill Whelan’s highly popular ‘Riverdance’.

Friday night commenced with a sponsored walk up through Grove Wood, via the old ‘Mass Paths’, starting from Jesuits walk at 7.30pm. On the way, light refreshments were served at Tim Goodbody's new house on Market Hill. Proceeds went to Fethard Tidy Towns and Holy Trinity Church of Ireland. Later that night Darren Holden and his band played at the ‘Festival Club’ in the Ballroom. This was Darren’s last performance before touring with ‘Boyzone’.

A ‘Monster Progressive 25 Drive’ took place in the Ballroom on Saturday night July 1, with £400 in prizes (for 20 tables) and the fabulous ‘Pheasant Pluckers’ played their mix of country / bluegrass music in the Fethard Arms.

On Festival Sunday the Fancy Dress Parade starting at 2pm outside the Ballroom and made its way up Main Street to St. Patrick’s Place where the judging took place. Music on The Square was provided by Ireland’s leading bluegrass band, ‘The Flint Hill Boys’. Fethard Garden Club served teas and held a floral exhibition in the Augustinian Abbey all afternoon. Local students displayed their works of art in the Town Hall, and all the usual sideshows, craft stalls, baby show, dog show took place on The Square. The festival concluded later that night with a ‘Farewell Party in the Ballroom with music provided by ‘The Sheehans’.

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