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Poetry Day Ireland - open to interpretation

Enjoying the readings at this year's Poetry Day held in Fethard Horse Country Experience are L to R; Tommy O'Brien, Ann Gleeson, Michael Mallon, Terry Cunningham and Catherine O'Flynn.

Poetry Day Ireland was celebrated in the Fethard Horse Country Experience on Thursday, April 25, 2024. The theme for this year was Good Sports which, as always, was open to interpretation or could, indeed, be abandoned altogether in favour of a different topic.

Welcoming everyone to what has now become an annual celebration of the spoken word, Mary Hanrahan began by paying tribute to the late Michael Coady.

    “Michael Coady was a wonderful poet, a member of Aosdána, a musician, and an historian. Above all, he was a proud Tipperary man whose work was embedded in his beloved Carrick-on- Suir. He also had lots of connections to Fethard. He was a great friend to the Fethard Historical Society and a long time supporter of the annual Book Fair. He also played a large part in introducing us to the connection between Tipperary and Newfoundland. Michael won the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award for his book One Another, a compilation of poetry, prose and illustrations. As usual, local ceramicist Dóirín Saurus created a unique piece, an impressive candle holder inscribed with a verse from the title poem. Michael himself told us it became a much-cherished item in his home.”

Mary then opened the poetry session by reading ‘One Another’, Michael Coady’s poem celebrating the:

. . . unexpected joy,
. . . at how you’re blessed
. . .
amongst those men and women,
. . .
one but individual…

Sport was celebrated in Margaret Galvin’s ‘The Boxer’s Send Off’; Fr. Brian Power’s ‘Pitch and Putt’, and S. Hammond’s ‘Sports Day’. Martha Sheehan brought the clash of the ash to life with an invigorating rendition of ‘The Match down the Park’, by Theo Dorgan.
At 'Poetry Day' in Fethard are L to R: Lisa Hanrahan, Maureen Maher and Norberta O’Gorman.
At 'Poetry Day' in Fethard are L to R: Lisa Hanrahan, Maureen Maher and Norberta O’Gorman.

First timer, Tom Hayden, made his debut with a nostalgic poem about dancing in the Fethard Ballroom - a different kind of sport when late night curfews still held sway. Norberta O’Gorman injected humour with a selection of Spike Milligan’s poems and Michael Mallon waxed philosophical quoting Carl Sandburg’s ‘Is Wisdom a Lot of Language?’. Thomas Power recited his own composition ‘The Burial of Billy Murphy’, an interesting narrative piece with an unexpected outcome.

Also unexpected was the introduction of ChatGPT as Ann Walsh explained how she ‘wrote’ a poem simply by choosing random words and then handing the creative process over to AI. She proceeded to demonstrate how it works and all agreed that the results were impressive. However, people came to the conclusion that poetry is more than simply the arrangement of words, it also requires soul. The human poet will prevail . . . hopefully!
 Photographed at 'Poetry Day' in Fethard are L to R: Catherine O'Flynn, Tom Hayden, Martha Sheehan, Carol Kenny and Linda Moxley.
Photographed at 'Poetry Day' in Fethard are L to R: Catherine O'Flynn, Tom Hayden, Martha Sheehan, Carol Kenny and Linda Moxley.

Gerry Whyte redressed the balance with a wonderful rendition of Lewis Carroll’s whimsically imaginative ‘The Jabberwocky’. Local poet Terry Cunningham then regaled the company with his humorous ‘I Want My Fifteen Minutes’, referencing the famous Andy Warhol quote.

Mary Hanrahan thanked everyone for coming along pointing out, “It’s not easy to read in public and it’s even more daunting when one is reading one’s own work. It’s also important to have an audience, so I’d like to say a special thank you to everyone who came along to listen and to offer encouragement. Thanks also to Dale and Olga at the Fethard Horse Country Experience for facilitating us here today. I’d like to conclude the event by once again paying tribute to our friend Michael Coady, a wonderful poet and a lovely man.”

Mary finished by reading her own poem ‘The Carrick Knot’, which she dedicated to the memory of Michael Coady.

Mens Shed support Alzheimer's 'Tea Day' on May 13
Fethard Mens Shed invite all to join them at the Café in Fethard Town Park, where they will host a Tea & Coffee Morning on Monday, May 13, at 10am, to support Alzheimer's national 'Tea Day' fundraiser. Please come along and show your support for this deserving cause. You will also enjoy a lovely cup of tean/coffee and some nice cakes!

Fethard Mens Shed invite all to join them at the Café in Fethard Town Park, where they will host a Tea & Coffee Morning on Monday, May 13, at 10am, to support Alzheimer's national 'Tea Day' fundraiser. Please come along and show your support for this deserving cause. You will also enjoy a lovely cup of tea/coffee and some nice cakes!

Died Recently
The death has occurred on Friday, May 3, 2024, of Josephine 'Josie' Walshe, née Keogh, Curraghtarsna, Fethard, peacefully at home. Predeceased by her husband Sean, her daughters Dia, Angela and Simone. Deeply regretted by her son John, daughter Rose, grandson Lee, sister Esther, nephews, nieces, relatives neighbours and friends. May She Rest In Peace.

Reposing at Lonergans Funeral Home Cashel on Sunday from 5.30pm to 7pm. House Private Please. Funeral Mass will take place on Monday, May 6, at 12 noon, in the Church of St. Joseph the Worker, Moyglass. Burial afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery. Messages of condolence may be left online by CLICKING HERE

Darkness into Light at Fethard Town Park on May 11
All systems go here at Fethard Town Park for Saturday, May 11, when at 4.15am we host our 'Darkness Into Light', walk in aid of Pieta House, providing support for those experiencing self harm or suicide crisis. This is a truly magnificent organisation and we urge all to come and attend this event as we head for our third year. Since 2006 Pieta House has seen and helped over 70,000 people in suicidal distress or engaging in self-harm.

All systems go here at Fethard Town Park for Saturday, May 11, when at 4.15am we host our 'Darkness Into Light', walk in aid of Pieta House, providing support for those experiencing self harm or suicide crisis. This is a truly magnificent organisation and we urge all to come and attend this event as we head for our third year. Since 2006 Pieta House has seen and helped over 70,000 people in suicidal distress or engaging in self-harm.

'Split The Granny Pot' April Winner
Congratulations to Christy Williams on winning Fethard & District Day Care Centre's April's 'Split The Granny Pot' draw. Mairead McCormack and Liam Hayes presented Christy with his cheque at Country Markets in Friday last. A huge Thanks to all our supporters. If you or a family member would benefit from our services, please ring Mairead on 052 6132917

Congratulations to Christy Williams on winning Fethard & District Day Care Centre's April's 'Split The Granny Pot' draw. Mairead McCormack and Liam Hayes presented Christy with his cheque at Country Markets in Friday last. A huge Thanks to all our supporters. If you or a family member would benefit from our services, please ring Mairead on 052 6132917

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, May 2, 2024. The numbers drawn were 3, 6, 10 and 14. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Robert & Margaret Phelan. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, May 9, will be €3,575.

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/

Died Recently
The late Tommy Sayers who died on Monday, April 29, 2024.The death has occurred on Monday, April 29, 2024, of Tommy Sayers, Crampscastle, Fethard, at Clonmel University Hospital. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Mary, his daughters Tess and Susan, son Tommy, grandsons Dylan and Daragh, brothers Tony and Billy, sister Judy, nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.

Tommy's Funeral Mass will take place in the Augustinian Abbey Church, Fethard, on Thursday May 2, at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. The Mass can be watched online at www.fethardabbey.com
Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to Fethard Daycare Centre. Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, April 30, 2024, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 1, 3, 18, and 22. We had no Jackpot winner and one Match 3 winner who received €150: Robert Noonan. One lucky dip winner received €100: Lesley Prendergast.
The next draw takes place on Tuesday, May 7, when the jackpot is €29,800. The committee of Fethard GAA Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters for the continued support.

Heartfelt Thanks for Your Support !
Dear Fethard community,
I am writing to express my deepest gratitude for the incredible support and assistance you provided in helping to evacuate Rahma and her family from Gaza. Your kindness, generosity, and unwavering dedication made it possible for us to fulfill our promise to Rahma, and for that, I am eternally grateful.

On Sunday, Rahma and her family safely arrived in Egypt, where they will begin a new life. The relief and happiness I feel knowing that Rahma's daughters now have a chance to create a brighter future is overwhelming. Though we celebrate this remarkable achievement, our hearts remain heavy for those still enduring hardship in Gaza. It is crucial that we continue to shine a light on the situation and advocate for a free Palestine.

As Irish people, we understand the enduring struggle against occupation, as it is ingrained in our own history. It is our moral duty to ensure that their voices are heard and their suffering is acknowledged until justice prevails. Together, we can make a difference and strive towards a better future for all.

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your invaluable support and solidarity. Your kindness has truly made a difference in the lives of Rahma and her family, and I am forever grateful for your compassion and generosity.
With deepest appreciation, Amy Sweeney

Fethard Business & Tourism Meeting
Reminder that the next Fethard Business & Tourism Group meeting will take place on Thursday, May 9, at 6.30pm at Fethard Horse Country Experience on Main Street.

Public Rosaries in the month of May

  • Parish Church Grotto - Mondays & Wednesdays at 7pm
  • The Abbey Grotto - Sundays at 7pm
  • Killusty Grotto - Sundays after Mass
  • Killusty Grotto - Thursday at 7.30pm

Died Recently
The death has occurred on April 28, 2024, of James A 'Tony' Slattery, Miltownbritton Stud, Lisronagh, and Kiltinan, Fethard, in his 89th year, The late Tony Slattery who died on April 28, 2024peacefully, in the care of Rathkeevan Nursing Home, Clonmel.

Beloved husband of Phyllis (Wall). Loving father of Mary (Boland), Liz (Matthews), Carmel (Asbury), Vincent and Eva. Adoring grandfather of Jack, Giles, Will, Darcy and Zoe. Sadly missed by his brother John, sisters Mary and Frances, sister-in-law Margaret, brother-in-law Pascal, sons-in-law Eugene, Peter and Richard, nephews, cousins, extended family, neighbours and wide circle of friends. Predeceased by his parents James and Nell and his Grandson Jonty. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard, on Tuesday, April 30, from 5.30pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass at St John the Baptist Church, Lisronagh, at 11am on Wednesday May 1, followed by burial in the adjoining Cemetery. The Mass can be watched online at https://www.powerstownchurch.com/

Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to Parkinsons Ireland. Messages of condolence can be left online for the family by CLICKING HERE

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Social Dancing continues at Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, May 5, to the music of ‘Muriel & Fran’. All are welcome to come along and enjoy us for a terrific night’s social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes and raffle. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Social Dancing continues at Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, May 5, to the music of ‘Muriel & Fran’. All are welcome to come along and enjoy us for a terrific night’s social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes and raffle. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Annual Athletics Evening in Fethard GAA Park on Saturday May 4 at 2pm
Fethard & Killusty Community Games in conjunction with Fethard Athletic Club, will hold their annual athletics evening in Fethard GAA Park on Saturday May 4, commencing at 2pm with the field events:

  • Boys U12 Long Puck
  • Girls U14 Long Puck
    followed by the Boys & Girls Track Events:
  • U8-Over 6, 60m and 80 meters
  • U10 100m, U10 200m
  • U12 100m, U12 600m
  • U14 100m, U14 800m
  • U16 100m, U16 1500m.

Entry Fee €3 per event. Registration from 1.30pm. Competitors must live in the Parish and must be under the age specified on July 31, 2024. Consent forms must be signed by parents. We wish to thank Fethard Athletic Club for their assistance with this event. Medals for 1st, 2nd & 3rd, and first two in each event will qualify for the County Finals which will be held in Clonmel Sports Hub on Monday, June 3, 2024.

The regional finals will also take place in Clonmel Sports Hub on August 10, 2024. National Finals in SETU Carlow will take place on August 24 and 25, 2024.

'Service For Life', at Augustinian Abbey, Sun. May 12
On Sunday, May 12, a 'Service for Life' will be celebrated in Fethard Augustinian Abbey. It will coincide with 'Darkness into Light' weekend the national event which is held in solidarity with all who have been touched by the tragedy of suicide. The Abbey service will take place at 12 noon and all are welcome.

Presentation Convent appoint design team to prepare Planning Application
Presentation Convent and grounds prepared for development planning permission by design consultants, Ronan O’Connor MRIAI, Director and the OC+C Architects team.
Presentation Convent and grounds prepared for development planning permission by design consultants, Ronan O’Connor MRIAI, Director and the OC+C Architects team.


Fethard and District Day Care Centre CLG have appointed OC+C architects Dublin as their Design team for the development of the Presentation Convent Fethard.
This appointment followed the statutory E-Tender process. We were assisted in this process by Mr Rónán Clerkin and associates from the Department of Social Housing.
The design team expect to lodge a planning application by mid-September 2024.

Part of this process will include a public consultation element, where their concept for the development will be fully explained. They will include the submissions already received from the public including Fethard Historical Society.
The development consists of independent living units for the elderly and wheelchair users, incorporating an expanded Day Care service including a Community Laundry. The Convent Church will become a ‘continental style’ town hall, for special community occasions, including conferences etc.

This is a very exciting development for the town centre of Fethard and will maintain this beautiful historic building and town centre site in community ownership and service.

– Ronan O’Connor MRIAI, Director and the OC+C Architects team

Community Playgroup enrolling for September
Fethard Community Playgroup are now taking names for September 2024. We have two sessions per day.  Children who are three years old before December 31, 2024, are eligible for the free three hours a day ECCE Scheme. Parents may apply under NCS scheme if they wish their children to stay for an extra two hours per day. All paperwork must be complete before commencing. Spaces are limited for this

Fethard Community Playgroup are now taking names for September 2024. We have two sessions per day.  Children who are three years old before December 31, 2024, are eligible for the free three hours a day ECCE Scheme. Parents may apply under NCS scheme if they wish their children to stay for an extra two hours per day. All paperwork must be complete before commencing. Spaces are limited for this.

Morning session starts at 9am and finishes at 12 noon, Monday to Friday. The afternoon session starts at 12.30pm and finishes at 3.30pm, Monday to Friday. The National Childcare Scheme is for children who are not eligible for the ECCE Scheme that are not three years old before December 31, 2024.

Amy Sweeney asks for your support!
Amy Sweeney (daughter of Pamela and Liam Sweeney, Fethard) is on a mission to help a family escape Gaza safely. Amy is sleeping out on Thursday night, outside the US Consulate in Krakow, where she lives, and has organised a fundraiser where 100 percent of the money raised will go directly to Rahma, to get her and her two young daughters evacuated as soon as possible. Every Euro will help get this family out of Gaza, the situation is getting worse daily so this family won't have time on their side.

Amy Sweeney (daughter of Pamela and Liam Sweeney, Fethard) is on a mission to help a family escape Gaza safely. Amy is sleeping out on Thursday night, outside the US Consulate in Krakow, where she lives, and has organised a fundraiser where 100 percent of the money raised will go directly to Rahma, to get her and her two young daughters evacuated as soon as possible. To Donate on the secure GoFunMe page please CLICK HERE Every Euro will help get this family out of Gaza, the situation is getting worse daily so this family won't have time on their side.

Amy explains: "Like many others, I have spent many months feeling utterly useless in this situation. I would love to help everyone, but I’ve come to the realisation it is not possible. Having been introduced to Rahma and her family some weeks ago, I have promised her and her family I will do everything in my power to help them get to safety. On Thursday, April 4th, I am asking YOU to sleep out, in solidarity with the people of Gaza! I will be putting myself outside the US Consulate in Krakow, Poland - to show that we do NOT agree with their complicity in genocide and we demand a permanent ceasefire! Find your people, and making this movement happen in your town too! Please support us by sleeping out on Thursday April 4th! We will be camping outside the US Consulate. Let's make this happen in your city too!"

Calling all Fethard Secondary School ‘Past Pupils’

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School invites all past pupils to share their memories of your school days be email to: memories@patricianfethard.ie The school look forward to welcoming you all to their ‘Past Pupils Open Day’ on Saturday, August 24, 2024, from 2pm to 4pm. The open day will be run in conjunction with Fethard Heritage Festival Weekend.

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School invites all past pupils to share their memories of your school days be email to: memories@patricianfethard.ie The school look forward to welcoming you all to their ‘Past Pupils Open Day’ on Saturday, August 24, 2024, from 2pm to 4pm. The open day will be run in conjunction with Fethard Heritage Festival Weekend.

Big Picture - Fethard Convent Class (Date?)

This photograph is taken of a Fethard Convent School Class 'Group 1' , received in 1995 with no further information. Are there any family resemblance spotted in the faces. It would be great to get the year and some names if possible?

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 some old photographs from our archives that were copied or gathered locally, but information for some and others without. There may be someone out there with further information that we can add to our files, so if anyone can help us, please do. Please send any comments, photo information, names, to fethardnews@gmail.com

The under 14 ‘B’ team which defeated Ballylooby in the South final, score Fethard 6-3, Ballylooby 1-5. Back L to R: Timmy O’Riordan (selector), Jason Barron, Glen Burke, Mark Condon, John O’Meara, Niall Walsh, Declan Kenny, Val O’Dwyer, Mark O’Dwyer, Paul Hackett, Pat Sheehan (selector) and John Fitzgerald. Front L to R: John Noonan, Owen Doyle, Damien Cannon, Peter Carroll, Richard Barrett, James Roche, Tommy Dorney, Michael Keane and Noel Sharpe.
The under 14 ‘B’ team which defeated Ballylooby in the 1995 South final, score Fethard 6-3, Ballylooby 1-5. Back L to R: Timmy O’Riordan (selector), Jason Barron, Glen Burke, Mark Condon, John O’Meara, Niall Walsh, Declan Kenny, Val O’Dwyer, Mark O’Dwyer, Paul Hackett, Pat Sheehan (selector) and John Fitzgerald. Front L to R: John Noonan, Owen Doyle, Damien Cannon, Peter Carroll, Richard Barrett, James Roche, Tommy Dorney, Michael Keane and Noel Sharpe.

Chris Mackey with a group of friends at a football club dance in England. Any further  information welcome.
L to R: Billy Mackey, and Chris Mackey with a group of friends at a football club dance in England. Any further information welcome.

Presentation Convent School Class in the 1950s. Back L to R: Joss O’Connell, Maisy Cummins, Ann O’Sullivan, Moira O’Donnell and Alice Holloway. 2nd Row: Rita Tierney, Mary Lynch, Mary Sheehan, Monica Woodlock, Carmel O’Rourke, Margaret O’Connell and Betty Dineen. Front: Ella Purcell, Rita Cassells, Kathleen Ryan, Rita Sayers, Ann Morrissey, Marie Dineen. (Some of these names may be incorrect so further information welcome).
Presentation Convent School Class in the 1950s. Back L to R: Joss O’Connell, Maisy Cummins, Ann O’Sullivan, Moira O’Donnell and Alice Holloway. 2nd Row: Rita Tierney, Mary Lynch, Mary Sheehan, Monica Woodlock, Carmel O’Rourke, Margaret O’Connell and Betty Dineen. Front: Ella Purcell, Rita Cassells, Kathleen Ryan, Rita Sayers, Ann Morrissey, Marie Dineen. (Some of these names may be incorrect so further information welcome).

Group pictured outside McCarthy’s Hotel in the 1940s. L to R: Harrold Erick (son-in-law of Will Mulcahy), Will Mulcahy, Tom McCarthy, Michael McCarthy, Eddie Butler, Gerry Mackey and Walter Morris (son-in-law of Will Mulcahy).
Group pictured outside McCarthy’s Hotel in the 1940s. L to R: Harrold Erick (son-in-law of Will Mulcahy), Will Mulcahy, Tom McCarthy, Michael McCarthy, Eddie Butler, Gerry Mackey and Walter Morris (son-in-law of Will Mulcahy).


Festival Fancy Dress Parade entry 'On The Way To Stormont' June 1956 outside Shortall's shop in The Valley. L to R: Joe Fitzgerald, Liam O'Donnell, Bernard Walsh and Joe Kenny (Hillview) holding Bob Byrne's dog.

Five men and a boy in a garden. Any information?
FL to R: Billy O'Brien (Clonacody), Paddy Barrett (Mick Barrett's brother), Mr Carroll (worked with contractor Mick Barrett), ?, ?, It appears to be somewhere in the Presentation Convent grounds. Any further information welcome?

Group of eleven men and a boy.
Group of eleven men and a boy.?


Micéal McCormack told us this photo was taken in the Ball Alley on the Cashel Road (near the priest's house) and he received the photo from Dot Mullins who worked in O'Shea's grocery shop at lower Main Street. Back L to R: ?, Johnny Dalton, ?, Dot Mullins, Michael McCarthy, ?, John 'Boxer' Ryan. Front L to R: ?, ?, Michael Dineen, ?, Cly Mullins, Willie Stapleton, and Jim Mullins. Any further information welcome.


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