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BIG PICTURE
Hogan Musical Society 'Goody Two Shoes' Pantomime January 1982

Fethard AC host the County Tipperary Cross Country Championships

First Communion photos 1980 Killenaule & Fethard

Pat Guiry presented with BTYSTE Founders Medal


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'Christmas Quiz' See How Many People you Recognise in 1966.

LipSync Battle Raises €46,206
for Hospice

Dalton’s Pharmacy Official Opens Extension

Fethard Heritage Day Festival Photo Gallery

Holy Year Cross
Pilgrimage to Slievenamon Slide Show

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Lidl to distribute fresh fruits and refreshments at Fethard Parkrun on Saturday, February 17

Photographed L to R: are Willie Connolly, run director, Pat Morrissey on the occasion of his 50th parkrun, and Catherine Ryan volunteer. Pat has already completed 58 parkruns and volunteered 12 times here in Fethard. Pat truly embodies what parkrun is all about taking park and helping out. Parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9.30am, all year round.
Photographed L to R: are Willie Connolly, run director, Pat Morrissey on the occasion of his 50th parkrun, and Catherine Ryan volunteer. Pat has already completed 58 parkruns and volunteered 12 times here in Fethard. Pat truly embodies what parkrun is all about taking park and helping out. Parkrun takes place every Saturday at 9.30am, all year round.

Lidl, the fresh food partners of Parkrun, will attend Fethard Town Park on Saturday, February 17, 2024. On the day Lidl will distribute fresh fruits and refreshments along with exclusive Lidl parkrun t-shirts. We would love to have people come and join us on the day.

Parkrun is for everyone not matter what age or ability you can run, jog, walk or crawl and if you don't want to take part you can always register and volunteer. We especially love to see walkers at parkrun and with a tailwalker you will never be last.

Died Recently
The late Thomas McCarthy who died on Wednesday, February 7, 2024The death has occurred on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, of Thomas McCarthy, Mobarnane, Moyglass, Fethard. Deeply loved and forever missed, Thomas will always be remembered by his parents Elizabeth and Patrick, his brothers Michael, Patrick, William and Damien, his sisters Kathleen and Helen, his nieces Savannah, Kelsey, Cheyanne and Molly Mae, his nephews Jimmy, Johnny, Mikey and Michael, brother-in-law Johnny, sisters-in-law Melissa and Jenny and all of his relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard, on Sunday from 6pm to 8pm. Thomas's Funeral Mass will take place in St Joseph the Worker Church, Moyglass, on Monday, February 12, at 11.30am followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, February 8, 2024. The numbers drawn were 5, 6, 7 and 14. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Geraldine Cahill. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, February 15, will be €2,950.

We are delighted with the support shown for our Parish Lotto, it is a fundraising initiative that is of great benefit to the parish. Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can join, see the draw results, and details of how your support is making a big difference at https://www.ourfundraiser.ie/org/fethardkillusty/

Community Games Art & Handwriting
Community Games Art & Handwriting
These are the details for those entering this year's Community Games Art & Handwriting event. The closing date for entries is Wednesday, March 6, 2024. If any child resides in our area and not attending school in either Fethard or Killusty, they can still enter by contacting Noreen direct at the following email:  fethard-killusty@communitygames.eu 

Killusty National School now Enrolling for September
Killusty National School now Enrolling

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, February 6, 2024, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 15, 20, 26 and 30. We had no Jackpot winner and no Match 3 winner. One lucky dip winner received €100: Willie Morgan.

The next draw takes place on Tuesday, February 13, when the jackpot is €27,600. The committee of Fethard GAA Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters for the continued support.

Tipperariana Book of the Year Award goes to Dr. Willie Nolan
The presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising', took place on February 1, 2024, at Fethard Horse Country Museum, hosted by Fethard Historical Society. The winning author, Willie Nolan, will be available to sign copies of his book at the Tipperarina Book Fair in Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, February 11, 2024., from 12 noon to 4.30pm. Photographed above at the award presentation are L to R: Theresa Nolan, Dr. Willie Nolan, Michael Mallon, Chairperson Fethard Historical Society; Dóirín Saurus, Crampscastle Pottery, who designed and presented the award; Terry Cunningham and Mary Hanrahan, Fethard Historical Society.
The presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising', took place on February 1, 2024, at Fethard Horse Country Museum, hosted by Fethard Historical Society. The winning author, Willie Nolan, will be available to sign copies of his book at the Tipperarina Book Fair in Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, February 11, 2024., from 12 noon to 4.30pm. Photographed above at the award presentation are L to R: Theresa Nolan, Dr. Willie Nolan, Michael Mallon, Chairperson Fethard Historical Society; Dóirín Saurus, Crampscastle Pottery, who designed and presented the award; Terry Cunningham and Mary Hanrahan, Fethard Historical Society.

The Fethard Historical Society hosted the presentation of the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award for 2023, on Thursday last, February 2, 2024. The recipient was Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume history: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising.’

Dr. Nolan is a well-known Tipperary historian, hailing originally from Coalbrook, Ballingarry, a former Associate Professor of Geography at University College Dublin, and the founder of Geography Publications. Local history buffs will be pleased to learn that Dr. Willie Nolan will be present at the upcoming Tipperariana Book Fair in the Ballroom, Fethard, from 12 noon until 4.30pm next Sunday, February 11, 2024. There will be ample opportunity to meet the author, peruse the volumes and purchase a wonderful addition to one’s collection of Tipperary books.

Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication 'Remember '48: Young Ireland and The Rising', are L to R: Denis Burke, Theresa Nolan, Dr. Proinsias Ó Drisceoil, and Dr. Willie Nolan.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication 'Remember '48: Young Ireland and The Rising', are L to R: Denis Burke, Theresa Nolan, Dr. Proinsias Ó Drisceoil, and Dr. Willie Nolan.

Michael Mallon, Chairperson, Fethard Historical Society, began by welcoming those present. “On this very special occasion of the awarding of the Tipperariana Book of the Year 2023, it gives me great pleasure to welcome Dr. Willie Nolan, and his wife Theresa. It is an honour to be graced by such an accomplished author, publisher, historian and academic”.

Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication 'Remember '48: Young Ireland and The Rising', are L to R: Terry Cunningham, Fethard Historical Society; Mary McCormack, Tipperary Studies, The Source, Thurles; Mary Guinan Darmody, Tipperary Studies, The Source, Thurles; and Mary Hanrahan, Fethard Historical Society.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication 'Remember '48: Young Ireland and The Rising', are L to R: Terry Cunningham, Fethard Historical Society; Mary McCormack, Tipperary Studies, The Source, Thurles; Mary Guinan Darmody, Tipperary Studies, The Source, Thurles; and Mary Hanrahan, Fethard Historical Society.

Present also among Dr. Willie Nolan’s friends and supporters were Mary Guinan Darmody and Mary McCormack, Tipperary Studies, Tipperary County Library; senior historian Paddy O'Connell, Ballingarry ‘48 Commemorative Committee; Dr. Tom McGrath, Ballingarry; and Dr. Proinsias Ó Drisceoil, NUIM, Kilkenny. 

Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Martin Maher, Jimmy Maher, Eugene O'Meara, Paddy O'Connell (senior historian), and Mick Nolan.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Martin Maher, Jimmy Maher, Eugene O'Meara, Paddy O'Connell (senior historian), and Mick Nolan.

Terry Cunningham then took the floor to explain how the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award came about. “Our committee had been exploring the possibility of acknowledging the calibre of books produced each year in County Tipperary and the publication of the three-volume Moyne-Templetuohy Parish History was the spur we needed to found the Award in 2002. Willie Nolan’s comprehensive study of the 1848 Rising, is in fact the twenty second publication to receive this award”. Congratulating Dr. Nolan on the superb production of such a scholarly history of the 1848 Rising, Terry commended him for the breadth of knowledge and the range of detail therein.

Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising', are L to R: Dinny Burke, John Hickey, Fr. Iggy O'Donovan OSA, Dr. Willie Nolan, and Nora Hickey.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising', are L to R: Dinny Burke, John Hickey, Fr. Iggy O'Donovan OSA, Dr. Willie Nolan, and Nora Hickey.

The Tipperariana Book of the Year Award takes a different form each year. When the committee has made their selection the Society commissions local ceramicist Dóirín Saurus to create a customised piece that pays tribute to the chosen book. As always, Dóirín rose to this year’s challenge with her own unique flair and creativity. The inscribed ceramic piece was surmounted with a miniature replica of the Widow McCormack’s cottage.

Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Fr. Henry MacNamara OSA, Eileen Butler, and Billy Butler.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Fr. Henry MacNamara OSA, Eileen Butler, and Billy Butler.


Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Dan Finnigan, Stasia Butler, Mary Finnigan, Annie Heafey and Eileen Heafey.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, are L to R: Dan Finnigan, Stasia Butler, Mary Finnigan, Annie Heafey and Eileen Heafey.

In accepting the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award from Dóirín, Dr. Willie Nolan commended her attention to detail and said the piece will have pride of place among his possessions.




Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising’, are L to R: John Cooney, Martin O'Shea and Michael Mallon.
Photographed at the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan, for his two-volume publication: Vol 1 ‘Remember ‘48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ and Vol 2 ‘‘Remember ‘48: Young Irelanders Beyond The Rising’, are L to R: John Cooney, Martin O'Shea and Michael Mallon.

It was then the author’s turn to talk, and he charted his own personal journey from youth in Slieveardagh, working in Dublin and Birmingham, studying in Dublin before forging a career in academia. He held fast, throughout, to his love of history and his fascination with the story of 1848, a story he felt was much overlooked and long neglected. It is fair to say that his book ‘Remember 48: Young Ireland and the Rising’ successfully redresses that omission, giving a comprehensive account of the Rising, those involved and the aftermath. It is a valuable addition to the local, county and, indeed, national historical archive.

Helping with the catering at the reception for the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan', are L to R: Anne Gleeson, Catherine O'Flynn and Mary Healy.
Helping with the catering at the reception for the Presentation of the Tipperariana 'Book of The Year' award to Dr. Willie Nolan', are L to R: Anne Gleeson, Catherine O'Flynn and Mary Healy.

In her concluding remarks, Mary Hanrahan, P.R.O., Fethard Historical Society, thanked Dr. Willie Nolan for his most illuminating talk. She also thanked Olga Chernabrodskaya, Manager, the Fethard Horse Country Experience, for facilitating the event, stating that the historic former Town Hall is a wonderful venue for such occasions.
The evening closed with light refreshments and the opportunity to engage with the author. – (Mary Hanrahan)

Tipperariana Book Fair 2024 – Sunday, February 12

‘Keri My Inspiration’ –Book Launch' this Thursday
Clodagh Sweeney is launching her new book, ‘Keri My Inspiration’ this coming Thursday, February 8, 2024, in the Talbot Hotel, Clonmel, between 7.30pm and 9.30pm, and all are invited to attend. Clodagh would be delighted if you can come along to share this occasion with her.

Clodagh Sweeney is launching her new book, ‘Keri My Inspiration’ this coming Thursday, February 8, 2024, in the Talbot Hotel, Clonmel, between 7.30pm and 9.30pm, and all are invited to attend. Clodagh would be delighted if you can come along to share this occasion with her.

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School host first Equestrian Event at Garranemore Equestrian Centre, Pallasgreen
Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School will host their first Inter-schools Show Jumping Competition at Garranemore Equestrian Centre (V94 C6Y5), Pallasgreen, on Saturday, February 24, 2024.

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School will host their first Inter-schools Show Jumping Competition at Garranemore Equestrian Centre (V94 C6Y5), Pallasgreen, on Saturday, February 24, 2024. The school is hosting the show with thanks to Garranemore Equestrian, and in association with Coolmore Stud. Profits from the show will be donated to Graham Lee through the injured jockey's fund.

Entries are now being taken. Primary & Secondary combined Classes are: 70cm Individual; 90cm Individual; 1m Individual; Teams of 3-4 riders where 2 riders will jump 80cm and 2 will jump 1m (Max of 2 riders per hight category if on team of 3); 110cm Individual (Sponsored by Garranemore Equestrian). Entries close on February 22, 2024. Mixed school teams allowed. Enter your school team/individual online by CLICKING HERE The Organisation contact email for Patrician Presentation Fethard is: emmam6176@gmail.com and Tel: 087 964 3949.

Individual entries: €20 Teams, €80 Mixed teams. Entries are now open. Please state your school name, Animals registered name & name of the person who is representing the school. School crested gear welcome! We look forward to welcoming you all to Garranemore on Saturday February 24, 2024.

Social dancing continues at Fethard Ballroom

Social dancing continues at Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, February 11, to the music of the ‘Muriel & Fran’. 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.

Big Picture - 'Goody Two Shoes' Pantomime - 1982

In January 1981, Fethard Players performed their first pantomime in 26 years, called 'Gone With The Fairies', written by Billy McLellan. This revival of pantomime in Fethard, led to the formation of the Hogan Musical Society later that year.

At the beginning of September 1981, a meeting was held in the newly built Tirry Community Centre in Barrack Street. The meeting was very well attended, and the Hogan Musical Society was formed, with the following officers elected: Michael McCarthy (chairman); Gemma Kenny (secretary); and Catherine Newport (treasurer). Ned Maher, the only member of the original pantomimes was unanimously elected as President.

After great discussion, it was decided to stage another pantomine as their first production. This pantomime, 'Goody Two-Shoes', featured in this week's 'Big Picture', was chosen and performed in the Country Club Ballroom for four nights from January 20, 1982, to January 23, 1982.

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
This week we have a selection of photographs from the Healy family archives (Burke Street), supplied by Mary & Michael Healy (Cois Teallaigh), The Green, in June 2019. There may be someone out there who will identify some of the people from the photos. We have some names but not all, so if anyone can help us, please do. Please send any comments, photo information, names, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Our thanks to Mary Healy who gave us the updated information added below and told us, "These photos were sent by Bab's daughter Helen, who lived in Athlone in 2018, when the Fethard Parish Church Bi-centenary Book was proposed."

Wedding photo of Mary ‘Babs’ Healy, Grove, Fethard and Danial Hynes, Roscrea, September 15, 1920.  Danial was based in Fethard on rural electrification work and met Mary at that time. Mary is the older sister of Girly Healy (Burke Street) and her sister Kitty (Dublin). The couple moved to Roscrea and later to Athlone, where they remained all their lives with family.
Wedding photo of Mary ‘Babs’ Healy, Grove, Fethard and Danial Hynes, Roscrea, September 15, 1920. Danial was based in Fethard on rural electrification work and met Mary at that time. Mary is the older sister of Girly Healy (Burke Street) and her sister Kitty (Dublin). The couple moved to Roscrea and later to Athlone, where they remained all their lives with family.

Lady sitting in studio with backdrop ?
Lady sitting in studio with backdrop ?

Tom 'Jillo' Allen, Convent Lodge, taking part in the Fethard Carnival Fancy Dress Parade as 'Mahatma Gandhi', passing outside Scully's Shop c.1944.
Tom 'Jillo' Allen, Convent Lodge, taking part in the Fethard Carnival Fancy Dress Parade as 'Mahatma Gandhi', passing outside Scully's Shop c.1944.

Three children, youngest sitting in chair in centre ?
Three children are Mary (Babs) Healy, born 1899, her brother Tom, born 1903 & her brother Jim , born 1901. Tom went to New York, Jim was a guard (Garda) in Dublin.

Three ladies outside O'Flynn's Drapery shop window (possible where O'Flynn's Menshop was situated in Burke Street)
Three ladies outside O'Flynn's Drapery shop window (possible where O'Flynn's Menshop was situated in Burke Street). The back has the following message as far as we can make out, "Do you think it does me justice, love, Tossie"

Fethard Football Team 1924-25. Back: Sean O'Shea, John Weston, Ned Connolly, Gerry Phelan, Tommy Hogan, Jack Delaney, Mick Gunne, Connie Fitzgerald. Middle: Tom Tubridy, Tommy Healy, Billy O'Flynn, Ned Cummins (Captain), Jim Gorman, Gus (Duffy) McCarthy, Ned O'Shea. Front: Jack Brett, and Dan Mullins.
Fethard Football Team 1924-25. Back: Sean O'Shea, John Weston, Ned Connolly, Gerry Phelan, Tommy Hogan, Jack Delaney, Mick Gunne, Connie Fitzgerald. Middle: Tom Tubridy, Tommy Healy, Billy O'Flynn, Ned Cummins (Captain), Jim Gorman, Gus (Duffy) McCarthy, Ned O'Shea. Front: Jack Brett, and Dan Mullins.

Fethard Presentation Convent School group of nine girls ?
Fethard Presentation Convent School group of nine girlsschool girls; we only know Mary (Babs) Healy who is in the front row far right, could be taken c.1911.

Photo of girl standing ?
Photo of girl standing is Mary (Babs) Healy.

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