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Ukrainians welcomed to Fethard

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Holy Year Cross Pilgrimage on August 13

 

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Coolmore Family Day Photographs 2023

Walls of Fethard 5K Race

Nellie Purcell still dancing at 105

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Faces and Places from 1993

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Fethard Handball Club 1981

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Fethard Website celebrating 25 Years in operation

Following several months experimenting with setting up a Fethard website on the 'Ireland-On-Line' servers, back in December 1997; from the response received, it was decided to go official and register FETHARD.COM on August 12, 1998. The anniversary date almost slipped by, until by chance when checking the visitor statistics for July 2023, it was brought to our attention. Also that the website received an average of 1,000 visitors per day in that month (stats below). We appreciate your ongoing support and will celebrate our first 25 years bringing local news to our emigrants and friends.


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Died Recently
The late Jim O'Meara who died on August 10, 2023The death has occurred on Thursday, August 10, 2023, of James (Jim) O'Meara, 5 Boher Lug, Cashel Road, Killenaule, and formerly Woodvale Walk, Fethard. Predeceased by his parents Jack and Mary, brothers Frank and Joe, sister Judy. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Patricia, daughter Melissa, brothers Sean and Pat, sister Alice, extended family and friends. May He Rest in Peace.

Reposing in O'Connell's Funeral Home, Killenaule, E41 HH66, this Saturday, August 12, from 5pm to 7pm. Arriving at St. Joseph the Worker Church, Moyglass on Sunday afternoon at 1.45pm for Funeral Mass at 2pm, followed by burial in adjoining Cemetery. Funeral Mass can be viewed on www.churchcamlive.ie/moyglass. Messages of sympathy can be left online by CLICKING HERE.

Died Recently in England
The late Joan Philips (née Flanagan), who died on Monday, July 24, 2023The death has occurred on Monday, July 24, 2023, of Joan Philips (née Flanagan), Eaton Close, Fishponds, Bristol, England and formerly of Fethard. Joan, predeceased by her husband Sam (formerly from Cashel), and her brothers Wally and Mickey Flanagan. Sadly missed and remembered with love by her sisters Maureen, Olive, Ann and Cecelia, brothers Jackie, Bernie, Declan and Frankie, nephews, nieces, extended family, neighbours and friends. May She Rest In Peace.

Funeral will take place on August 15 leaving Joan's home at 1.30pm for St. Joseph's Church, Fishponds, UK, followed by Cremation to the nearby Westerleigh Crematorium.

Service in Fethard on Saturday September 2.
Joan's Funeral Mass will take place on Saturday, September 2nd, at the Holy Trinity Church, Fethard at 11 pm followed by Interment of her Ashes in Fethard reuniting her with her late Father and Mother.

Holy Trinity National School – Bus Escort Required
Holy Trinity National School – Bus Escort Required

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, August 8, 2023, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 1, 6, 10 and 32. We had no Jackpot winner and one Match 3 winner who received €150: John Sheehan, Killusty. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Kimberley Varner, Kilvemnon. The next draw takes place on Tuesday, August 15, when the jackpot is €22,200. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

County Intermediate Football Round 1, Group 2,  Fethard 4-10 v Fr Sheehys 0-10
On Monday, August 7, in Monroe the FBD Intermediate Football Round 1 was played before a handy crowd on a lovely day for fine football. With a cross wind assisting Fethard in the opening half, it was Fr Sheehys who dominated the game. With a stronger physical team, they scored some great points from frees – five by Tom Quigley – with Fethard keeping in touch with two soft goals misjudged by their keeper.  One from Brian Healy, also a point, and the second from Matt Coen, the best forward on view, who added 0-3 – one from a free – leaving the score at the short whistle Fethard 2-4, Fr Sheehys 0-8.

In the second half, the youth came to the fore when Cathal O’Mahony added a goal from a free kicked over the goalie’s hands. This was followed immediately by a great point from play, from the boot of Joey Sheehan. Fr Sheehys added two points from Tom Quigley frees – their last scores of the game. Fethard took complete control with Cathal O Mahony adding 0-2 (one free), Brian Healy scoring 1-1 (point from a free) and Matt Coen a pointed free, to run out easy winners on this occasion on a scoreline: Fethard 4-10 to Fr Sheehys 0-10.  

Those the caught the eye  for Fethard  Dara O’Meara,  Charlie Hackett , Cathal O’Mahony, Brian Healy, Willie Morgan, Matt Coen. Fethard team / scorers: Dara O’Meara, Shane Neville, Paul Moloney, Charlie Hackett, Cathal O’Mahony 1-3 (1-2 Frees), Joey Sheehan 0-1, Richie Anglim, Jack Quinlan, Darragh Spillane, Ryan Walsh, Brian Healy 2-2 (0-1F), Adam Ryan, Willie Morgan, Sean Moroney, Matt Coen 1-4 (0-1F). Subs Used: Cian Ahearne for Adam Ryan (30m), Conor Neville for Sean Moroney (42m), Joe Morgan for Charlie Hackett (52m), and Ciaran O’Meara for Paul Moloney (55m).  Referee: Jonathan Cullen, Loughmore. – (Noel Byrne)

Next Sunday August 13 – The annual Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon will take place

This coming Sunday, August 13, the annual pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon will take place and all are welcome!

A reminder that the annual parish pilgrimage to the Holy year cross on Sliabh na mBan will take place next Sunday, August 13, with our usual 1pm start time. This year there will be a change to our usual format, instead of the group walk from the starting point to the Holy Year Cross, we are asking patrons to make their own way to the Cross. The wooden crosses will be in place to mark the stations on the way up. The reason for this change is due to the unseasonal weather that we have recently experienced, with some torrential showers leaving the pathway very uneven in places, so we feel it's safer if we are not in a group.

When we reach the Cross we will say some group prayers before we head back down to O'Donnell's field, where Mass will be celebrated at 3pm approx. As always for those who are unable to make the climb, Gus and Christy will lead the Rosary at the Mass rock from 2pm.

I will finish by saying, if you have never been with us or it's been a while, get up from your armchair, out of your comfort zone, and come and join us for the few hours. It's worth it for the view alone, never mind the cup of Josie's tea! See you there, don't be late. – (Kevin Ryan)

Fethard Augustinian Project – The Dunboyne Monuments

In the Augustinian Abbey, at Mass on the last Sunday of July (July 30, 2023), Father Henry Macnamara announced the intention - with the support of the brethren - to bring the stone monuments associated with the Butlers of Dunboyne back into the Dunboyne Chapel at the Abbey. These monuments, dating from the 1500s and 1600s were ejected from inside the Abbey in 1888 by a Father Anderson and were stacked up in and around the ruined transept and they have been deteriorating.

Abbey monuments photographed in July 1988 (Kenny Photo Graphics)
Abbey monuments photographed in July 1988

Father Henry says Father Anderson ‘completely changed the nature of the Dunboyne chapel and by doing so obliterated what had been an integral part of the heritage of this abbey.’ The Butlers – who lived at Kiltinan from 1452 until their dismissal by the Cromwellians two hundred years later were the main patrons of the Abbey. They seem to have taken the Abbey under their protection from its closure in 1539 and kept it from the fate of abbeys such as Inishlounaght (Clonmel) of which not a trace now remains. Our Abbey is now the oldest functioning Augustinian friary in the English-speaking world.

Father Henry explains: ‘These monuments lying against the wall, were assessed by a heritage architect, a specialist in medieval archaeology and a person with a vast knowledge of medieval buildings. The consensus was that they are significant historical monuments not only for Fethard, but for vast swathes of Munster and Leinster where the Butlers were for many centuries the dominant political dynasty. Some of the medieval carvings on these tombstones are rare and artistically significant. The archaeologist informed us that judging by photographs taken 40 years ago, they have deteriorated very badly and, with the impact of climate change, if they are not taken indoors, the level of deterioration will simply accelerate, and part of the town’s ancient heritage will be lost forever."

What the small group examining the possibility of saving these monuments proposes is to seek heritage support to scan and preserve these monuments.  While their original location in the Dunboyne Chapel is not known, it is planned to eventually relocate them in this chapel by professionally placing them on the wall, in a manner similar to the way the ancient monuments are presented in St. Mary’s church, Kilkenny, now part of the [Medieval] Mile Museum; with suitable labelling explaining their significance.

The timescale will be determined by the nature of the conservation as it requires a high level of expertise.  Wouldn’t it gratifying to envisage a future audio tour guide of Fethard saying; ‘The Dunboyne Chapel contains significant monuments that bear testimony to the important role this family played in the history of medieval Ireland.’

Fethard Ladies Football 'Split The Pot' Results

Congratulations to Daniela Sabantini winner of this week's 'Split The Pot' draw for €550. Daniela is pictured with some of our playing members, Ruby Kenny, Cara Jean Egan, Leah Boland and Daisy Kenny. Our thanks to Rocklow Medical Centre for sponsoring the envelops for this week's draw, and to everyone for the continued support! Link below to enter next draw CLICK HERE

Fethard Historical Society Outing
Fethard Historical Society Outing on September 2

Social Dancing in Fethard Ballroom


Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, August 13, to the music of 'Teddy & Cathal Barry’. 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.

Fethard Heritage Day Festival - August 20
Fethard Heritage Day Festival on Sunday, August 20, will be a celebration of our medieval heritage and our beautiful town. This year we are also proud to revive the Fancy Dress Parade tradition which first began in 1926, when over one thousand people travelled to the Carnival by train from Clonmel to Fethard, and a similar amount from Thurles direction.

Fethard Heritage Day Festival on Sunday, August 20, will be a celebration of our medieval heritage and our beautiful town. This year we are also proud to revive the Fancy Dress Parade tradition which first began in 1926, when over one thousand people travelled to the Carnival by train from Clonmel to Fethard, and a similar amount from Thurles direction.

Unfortunately, Fethard Train Station closed in 1963, but Fethard Fancy Dress Parade will be back on Sunday, August 20, starting at 2pm from Fethard Ballroom. The parade will be led by the colourful, award-winning Banna Chluain Meala and their Majorettes, travelling up along Main Street to The Square, and then down by Watergate to the Medieval Town Wall where judging will take place. This area, overlooking the Clashawley river, will also be the centre of activities for the afternoon from 2pm to 5pm. We have lots of family entertainment lined up, including traditional craft displays, art workshops, live music, dog show, and plenty of amusements for children to enjoy. Many of the heritage and cultural events are being organised by participating community groups from the town.

Fethard is now recognised as the ‘The Most Important Medieval Small Town in Ireland’ and over the week we have included some guided walks of Fethard’s ‘Medieval Trail’. The first will commence from the Millennium Footbridge at Watergate, at 7pm on Wednesday evening, August 16, and the second at 11.30am on Saturday, August 19. Fethard Horse Country Experience will also be open on Main Street where you can visit a state-of-the-art exhibition covering the equine history of the locality throughout the ages. The grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, adjoining the Town Wall, will also be open for visitation.

On Friday night, August 18, the Augustinian Abbey will launch their booklet ‘Fethard Augustinian Abbey 1823-2023’ which covers the period from the restoration of the ruined abbey to the present day. The launch will take place at the Abbey commencing at 8pm.

Fethard & Killusty Community Council would like to acknowledge the support of Tipperary County Council, The Heritage Council, Fethard Historical Society, and the many local businesses and organisations.

Photo Exhibition - "People and Places" - from the Kenrick Collection of glass plates, 1895-1915

This unique exhibition features a selection of pictures from the Kenrick Photo Collection taken by Fethard photographer Patrick Kenrick between 1895 and 1915. Printed from plate glass negatives now stored in the National Library Dublin, the pictures showcase Kenrick's exceptional talent as an amateur photographer at the turn of the 20th century

This unique exhibition features a selection of pictures from the Kenrick Photo Collection taken by Fethard photographer Patrick Kenrick between 1895 and 1915. Printed from plate glass negatives now stored in the National Library Dublin, the pictures showcase Kenrick's exceptional talent as an amateur photographer at the turn of the 20th century.

We Are Hiring – Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG

Two x Permanent Positions (25 hours per week)

  • Health Care Assistant: Must have Fetac level 5 qualification. However, candidates with a proven work record in caring are also invited to apply. Candidates with an enthusiastic & caring disposition are desirable.

  • Assistant cook: Must have level 5 qualification. A good work ethic is desirable. Full training will be given. Working in a busy kitchen producing meals for Daycare clients and Meals on Wheels. Successful candidate may be required to run and manage the kitchen during holiday periods etc.

Both positions require a full clean driver’s licence. Please apply with CV to: The Directors, Fethard and District Day Care Centre, Fr Tirry Centre, Barack St, Fethard or email to: chairperson@fetharddaycare.com on or before 4pm, Friday, August 11. Candidates must be free to take up employment on Monday, September 4, 2023.

Ukrainians welcomed to Fethard
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular); Kathleen Vickers (South Tipperary Development CLG); Viktoriia Sorochan (South Tipperary Development CLG); Daniel Munoz (Talent Acquisition Abbott Vascular); John O'Mahoney (Production Supervisor Abbott Vascular); Jane Hayes (Youth Work Ireland), Jason Walsh (Coolmore Stud); Niamh O'Reilly (Youth Work Ireland) and Fionnuala O'Sullivan (Fethard Day Care Centre).
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular); Kathleen Vickers (South Tipperary Development CLG); Viktoriia Sorochan (South Tipperary Development CLG); Daniel Munoz (Talent Acquisition Abbott Vascular); John O'Mahoney (Production Supervisor Abbott Vascular); Jane Hayes (Youth Work Ireland), Jason Walsh (Coolmore Stud); Niamh O'Reilly (Youth Work Ireland) and Fionnuala O'Sullivan (Fethard Day Care Centre).


A ‘Welcome Event for Ukrainians’ took place on Wednesday evening, July 26, at Fethard Ballroom. Approximately 70 people gathered on the rainy day to spend time, get to know each other, and find useful information about different opportunities for growth and entertainment in the area.
South Tipperary Development Company care deeply enthusiastic about fostering new connections between people from different areas. With community growth in mind, they are organising many of these types of events to help bring people closer together.

Speaking at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Viktoriia Sorochan (South Tipperary Development CLG), and Jason Walsh (Coolmore Stud).
Speaking at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Viktoriia Sorochan (South Tipperary Development CLG), and Jason Walsh (Coolmore Stud).


Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Olga Chernabrodska, Olga Vlasenko, Yevneniia Darienko, and Eleanora Bondarenko.
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Olga Chernabrodska, Olga Vlasenko, Yevneniia Darienko, and Eleanora Bondarenko.


Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are Back L to R: Jane Hayes (Fethard Youth Project), Anastasia Vlasko, Niamh O'Reilly (Fethard Youth Project). Front L to R: Daria Belan, Nika Demchuk, Nazar Belan, Tanya Vlasenko and Sasha Demchuk.
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are Back L to R: Jane Hayes (Fethard Youth Project), Anastasia Vlasko, Niamh O'Reilly (Fethard Youth Project). Front L to R: Daria Belan, Nika Demchuk, Nazar Belan, Tanya Vlasenko and Sasha Demchuk.


During the evening, people enjoyed lively conversations, energetic music provided by a local band and Ukrainian singer, as well as sampling the delicious food on offer.  The informational part of the evening was enriched by presenters taking stage to talk all about the many new exciting opportunities available in the area, amongst those were representatives from local pharmacies providing useful information on their medical services, Garda officers supporting locals in their various matters, enthusiastic employees from Youth Work Ireland giving insight into all the support available for young people in the area. Prospective job positions were offered by renowned Abbot factory in Clonmel and Coolmore Stud Farm, Fethard.

Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Christina Shulyak ((South Tipperary Development CLG), Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular) and Olena Solodukhina (Ukrainian Representative).
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Christina Shulyak ((South Tipperary Development CLG), Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular) and Olena Solodukhina (Ukrainian Representative).


Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Irene Belova (Ukrainian Representative); Sergeant Kieran O'Regan (Community Policing); Garda Fiona Gleeson (Community Policing); and Mollie Standbridge (Refugee Coordinator).
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Irene Belova (Ukrainian Representative); Sergeant Kieran O'Regan (Community Policing); Garda Fiona Gleeson (Community Policing); and Mollie Standbridge (Refugee Coordinator).


Ukrainian group photograhed at the Welcome Event in Fethard
Ukrainian group photograhed at the Welcome Event in Fethard


Ukrainian singer Ruslan Veliev entertaining the crowd at the Welcome event in Fethard Ballroom.
Ukrainian singer Ruslan Veliev entertaining the crowd at the Welcome event in Fethard Ballroom.

An exciting raffle brought our ‘Welcome’ evening to an end, and we are very grateful to O’Sullivans Pharmacy for providing the main prize.  Our winner, Kay was delighted with her basket. All in all, the evening’s success would not have been possible without the assistance of everyone attending on the day, along with inviting people, helping us organise the event and bringing everyone together. Ukrainians living in our community are very grateful for the support and kindness they receive on an ongoing basis.

Members of Fethard & District Day Care Centre at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Maireád McCormack, Mollie Standbridge, Jason Walsh (Coolmore), Liam Hayes, Fionnuala O'Sullivan and Geraldine Cahill.
Members of Fethard & District Day Care Centre at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Maireád McCormack, Mollie Standbridge, Jason Walsh (Coolmore), Liam Hayes, Fionnuala O'Sullivan and Geraldine Cahill.


Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Kathleen Vickers (South Tipperary Development CLG), and Deirdre O'Dwyer (South Tipperary Development CLG).
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Kathleen Vickers (South Tipperary Development CLG), and Deirdre O'Dwyer (South Tipperary Development CLG).

Members of Fethard Ballroom committee photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Mary Shanahan, Denis Fahey, Eileen Coady, Sean O'Donovan and Kay Fahey.
Members of Fethard Ballroom committee photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Mary Shanahan, Denis Fahey, Eileen Coady, Sean O'Donovan and Kay Fahey.

Representatives from Abbott Vascular, photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular), Christina Shulyak ((South Tipperary Development CLG); John O'Mahoney (Production Supervisor Abbott Vascular); and Daniel Munoz (Talent Acquisition Abbott Vascular).
Representatives from Abbott Vascular, photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Owen Murphy (Senior Operations Manager Abbott Vascular), Christina Shulyak ((South Tipperary Development CLG); John O'Mahoney (Production Supervisor Abbott Vascular); and Daniel Munoz (Talent Acquisition Abbott Vascular).

Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians held in Fethard Ballroom on Wednesday, July 26 are L to R: Leo Darcy, Peter Grant, Seamus Maher and Paddy Hickey.
Photographed at the 'Welcome Event' for Ukrainians in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Leo Darcy, Peter Grant, Seamus Maher and Paddy Hickey.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, August 3, 2023. The numbers drawn were 3, 4, 8 and 15. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Margaret Casey. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, August 10, will be €1,550.

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

Big Picture Fethard Patrician Brothers School 1918

This group of Fethard Patrician Brothers School pupils was photographed in 1918, one of many groups as this was called 'Group One'. We really don't expect to get many names as this good quality photograph is 105 years old. Perhaps someone out there possibly has a copy of the same photograph with names, that they might kindly share with us? Or maybe you will recognise a family resemblence with some of the faces in the photograph.

We do know the names of the Patrician Brothers who were teaching in Fethard in 1918, and this might also shed some light! The Brothers working in Fethard National School were as follows: Bro. Paul Cullen, Superior and Principal;Bro Anselm Fogarty; Bro. Fidelis O'Connell (Transferred August 1918); Bro. Columban Spain (Appointed August 1918); Bro. Norbert Phelan (Appointed August 1918); and Mr. James Keating (Appointed September 1916).

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



Faces and Places from the Past – Fethard in 1983
This week we have a selection of photographs taken 40 years ago from the top of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland tower, featuring assorted views of Fethard as life appeared at the time. For those middle-aged who live or have lived in Fethard, it should be easy to work out the views – and maybe the many changes since 1983. Please send any comments, photo information, names or stories, to fethardnews@gmail.com




















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