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Coolmore Family Fun Day Photographs
Coolmore held their family fun day on Saturday, June 15
Coolmore held their family fun day on Saturday, June 15, and for the first time the weather wasn't favourable, so many of the usual children's fun sports events had to be abandoned. But between the showers everyone enjoyed the wide range of attractions on offer . . . some even more so splashing about in the puddles. CLICK FOR PHOTOGRAPHS

Traffic Management, Market Hill, Fethard, June 24
Temporary Traffic Management on R-689-3 Market Hill (Newtown-Commons), Fethard, Co. Tipperary from 8 am to 6pm on Monday, June 24, 2024. Diversions will be in place, please expect delays. Local access will be facilitated.
– Tipperary County Council

Fantasia Academy supports Bumbleance


Fantasia Academy of performing arts raised €1,330 for Bumbleance children ambulance service during their annual summer show which ran in The Abymill Theatre in Fethard in May. Presenting the cheque is director Anastasia Blake to her student Adam Ryan and his mother Irene Ryan.

We were delighted to give our raffle proceeds to Bumbleance, Adam brought this wonderful charity to our attention and was instrumental on show nights in raising awareness of the great service Bumbleance provides.

Fantasia Academy of Performing arts is a performance academy which provides children and teenagers classes in musical theatre, dance and drama in the heart of Fethard town.
All classes are run by qualified teachers. Fantasia Academy will re open in September, and registration for September will open in July on their website: www.fantasiaacademy.com
Or you can contact Anastasia on 086-459-9975

Annual Augustinian Pilgrimage to Knock on July 20
Basilica at Knock

The annual Augustinian Pilgrimage to Knock will take place on Saturday, July 20, 2024. A bus will leave Main Street, Fethard, at 8am. Fare is €25. If you aree interested in travelling, please give your name to Michael Kenrick, Burke Street, Fethard. Tel: 087 6781450.


GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, June 18, 2024, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 9, 26, 28 and 36. We had no Jackpot winner and two Match 3 winners who received €75 each: Michael Ryan, Tullamaine, and Amanda Reddy. One lucky dip winner received €100: Amanda Reddy.

The next draw takes place on Tuesday, June 25, when the jackpot is €30,000. The committee of Fethard GAA Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters for the continued support.

Midsummer Outing to Loughmore on Friday
This painting depicts Loughmo Castle from the front, as it likely would have looked in its heyday, before the Cromwellian destruction of the 1650s.
This painting depicts Loughmo Castle from the front, as it likely would have looked in its heyday, before the Cromwellian destruction of the 1650s.

The Fethard Historical Society has organised a trip to Loughmore on Friday next, June 21, 2024. It has been decided to car pool, meeting outside Fethard Town Hall at 6.15pm for prompt departure at 6.30pm, to arrive in Loughmore for 7.30pm. The meeting point in Loughmore is at the gates of the Church of the Nativity in the village. Eircode E41 HY99. Anyone requiring a lift or seeking further information should contact Mary Hanrahan at: 087 9009722.

Local historian, Jimmy Duggan will give a guided tour highlighting such items of interest as the McCormack memorial, the original old church, Graigfrahane Mill, and the Purcell ancestral home, Loughmoe Castle. Please wear suitable walking attire and walking shoes. Hopefully the weather will be fine so participants are invited to bring a picnic to be enjoyed at the end of the walkabout.  The trip costs €5 per person and all are welcome. 

Fethard Town Park 'Family Fun Day'
Fethard Town Park 'Family Fun Day'
The sun came back for Fethard Town Park's Family Fun Day on Sunday afternoon, June 16, 2024. Visitors travelled from far and near to enjoy the activities and free events on offer. We captured lots of photographs of many who attended, and these can be viewed on our photo gallery by CLICKING HERE


Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, June 20, 2024. The numbers drawn were 1, 7, 9 and 16. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Maura Clooney. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, June 27, will be €3,875.

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/

Killusty Pony Show on Saturday, July 6

This year’s Killusty Pony Show will take place on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at Grangebeg, Fethard. The show will include all the usual Horse and Pony classes; Small Hunter final; All-Ireland Pony Supreme Championship. Pre-entries close on June 28, at midnight. On the more fun events we will also hold the traditional Fancy Dress and Dog Show.

This year’s Killusty Pony Show will take place on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at Grangebeg, Fethard. The show will include all the usual Horse and Pony classes; Small Hunter final; All-Ireland Pony Supreme Championship. Pre-entries close on June 28, at midnight. On the more fun events we will also hold the traditional Fancy Dress and Dog Show.

We look forward to meeting you so be sure to join us on Saturday, July 6. It promises to be an action-packed show with classes to suit all competitors. There will be something for everyone to enjoy.

How to cut your hedgerow?
Alan Moore, secretary of Hedgerows Ireland speaks on RTE radio morning show 'Today with Claire Byrne' broadcast of June 4, 2024.

Alan Moore, secretary of Hedgerows Ireland, speaks to Claire Byrne on her RTE radio morning show 'Today with Claire Byrne' broadcast of June 4, 2024. CLICK HERE (or on above image) to listen to the nine-minute interview.

Alan lives in Fethard and actively promotes his love of hedgerows. They are remnants of the wilder world of his boyhood. The semi-retired psychiatrist grew up on a dairy farm on the River Liffey in Lucan, in west Co. Dublin. As a medical professional he knows the benefits of trees for our wellbeing. Further information is available on Hedgerows Ireland website: hedgerowsireland.org

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom


Social Dancing continues at Fethard Ballroom on Sunday, June 23, to the music of ‘Michael Sexton’. 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.

Community Games competitors please their grandparents from Fethard
Sarah Feery, winner of bronze medal in U8 80m, will also represent Tipperary at the Regional Finals in Clonmel in August. Sarah, granddaughter of Bernard Feery, Killusty, is pictured with her proud dad, Joey Feery.
Sarah Feery, winner of bronze medal in U8 80m, will also represent Tipperary at the Regional Finals in Clonmel in August. Sarah, granddaughter of Bernard Feery, Killusty, is pictured with her proud dad, Joey Feery.

We have many very happy grandparents living in the Fethard & Killusty Area, following some super performances by their grandchildren competing against very hot opposition at the County Community Games finals.

Robert Long, Newport, grandson of Gerard and Margaret Casey, Derryluskin, Fethard, won a silver medal in the U14 Hurdles and will represent Tipperary at the Regional Finals in Clonmel in August.
Robert Long, Newport, grandson of Gerard and Margaret Casey, Derryluskin, Fethard, won a silver medal in the U14 Hurdles and will represent Tipperary at the Regional Finals in Clonmel in August.

Ava Kenrick, Mullinahone, granddaughter of Michael and Mary, Burke Street, Fethard, was the winner of a gold medal in the U12 200m, and will now represent Tipperary at National Finals in Carlow in August.
Ava Kenrick, Mullinahone, granddaughter of Michael and Mary, Burke Street, Fethard, was the winner of a gold medal in the U12 200m, and will now represent Tipperary at National Finals in Carlow in August.


Tom Walsh, Killenaule-Moyglass, did his grandparents Derek and Valerie Walsh, Knockbrack, Fethard, proud competing in the U12 600m.


Local grandparents include Derek and Valerie Walsh, Knockbrack; Michael and Mary Kenrick, Burke Street, Fethard; Gerard and Margaret Casey, Derryluskin, Fethard; Bernard and Alice Feery, Killusty, whose son Joey is also no stranger to the games, when as a competitor represented the county in Cross Country, Art, Athletics and various other events over the years. Well done to all and best of luck to those going forward.


Tara Moquet, a former Fethard Killusty competitor, won silver in girls U16, 200m. Tara now now resides just outside our boundary in the Moyglass Area.
Tara Moquet, a former Fethard Killusty competitor, won silver in girls U16, 200m.
Tara now now resides just outside our boundary in the Moyglass Area.

Competitors from Fethard & Killusty Area L to R: Andrew Farag and Aaron Tyrell who both competed in the boys U8 60m and 80m events with a bronze medal won by Andrew.
Competitors from Fethard & Killusty Area L to R: Andrew Farag and Aaron Tyrell who both competed in the boys U8 60m and 80m events with a bronze medal won by Andrew.

Pictured at Community Games county athletics finals are L to R: Fionn O'Meara and Cian Connolly who competed in boys U12 long puck held in Fethard Town Park
Pictured at Community Games county athletics finals are L to R: Fionn O'Meara and Cian Connolly who competed in boys U12 long puck held in Fethard Town Park.

Competitors from Fethard & Killusty Area L to R: Hazel Prendergast and Ted Purcell, who both gave a fine performance on the track in Clonmel.
Competitors from Fethard & Killusty Area L to R: Hazel Prendergast and Ted Purcell, who both gave a fine performance on the track in Clonmel.

Abymill Theatre Annual General Meeting
Following the recent Annual General Meeting of the Abymill Theatre (The Mill Fethard Ltd) held on Monday, May 27. The following board of directors was elected for the coming year: Austy O’Flynn (Administrator), Joe Kenny (Chairman), Marian Gilpin (Secretary), Agnes Evans (Treasurer), Vinny Murphy (PRO), Michael McCarthy, Mia Treacy, Eileen Maher, Niamh Hayes, Michael Kenrick and Marian Fenton. Mr John Fahey, Accountant, presented the annual detailed financial report of accounts for the previous year, which were adopted by the board.

Beautiful River Friendly textiles!

Come and join artists Malú Colorín & Lucy Moore for a weekend of fun and educational hands-on natural dyeing workshops at Fethard Convent Community Hall E91 N7P6. There are two workshops to choose from: Saturday, July 6, from 9.30am to 4pm; and Sunday July 7, from 9.30am to 4pm. Learn about how your choice of textiles is interconnected with the health of our rivers and get inspired by the river itself to create your own colourful pieces.

Saturday, July 6, from 9.30am to 4pm
€50 (€20 concession)

  • Bundle dyeing and eco printing workshop using local botanicals, cultivated plants and exotic materials! Includes a guided foraging walk in the nearby Clashawley River valley. All materials, fabrics and dyes will be provided, as well as tea, coffee and cake!

Sunday, July 7, from 9.30am to 4pm
€50 (€20 concession)

  • Learn to set up an indigo dye vat, followed by an afternoon of dip dyeing to create a range of beautiful blues! You’re welcome to bring your own small item to dye, no larger than a t-shirt. All materials, fabrics and dyes will be provided, as well as tea, coffee & cake!

Or come both days at a reduced price of €90!

Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and support a greener future! For more information and booking CLICK HERE

Graveyard Masses in June
The following Graveyard Masses during the month of June will be held at 7.30pm in Calvary on Friday, June 21; and Holy Trinity on Friday, June 28.

Big Picture - IFA Rates Protest Demonstration in Clonmel

This photograph received from the late Michael Hall, Kyle, in 2005, was taken at an IFA Rates Protest Demonstration held in Clonmel and includes many of the local farming community who attended the event. Some further information may identify the date.

IFA – A history of action and delivery
On January 6, 1955, – At a mass meeting of 2,000 farmers in the Four Provinces Ballroom, Harcourt Street, Dublin, Juan Greene made the formal proposal to establish the National Farmers’ Association. The first elections to the National Executive were held in May of that year.

Seeking the right to negotiate on behalf of farmers rather than merely be consulted, 1966 saw the launch of the NFA Farmers’ Rights Campaign. Members set out from as far away as Bantry, Co. Cork to march on Dublin to demand to be heard, culminating in a sit-in for 21 days on the steps of Government Buildings. Against continued government resistance, a road and bridge blockade and rates strike saw dozens of NFA members jailed for several months. Only significant movement on the right to negotiate on key legislation, and the establishment of marketing and advisory boards with farmer representatives, brought the campaign to a victorious end.

The ‘IFA’ came into existence in 1971 and moved its Dublin headquarters from Earlsfort Terrace to the newly built Irish Farm Centre a year later. The Association supported Ireland’s entry into the European Community and was a prominent campaigner in favour of the successful 1972 Common Market Referendum, which saw Ireland join the EEC the following year. IFA’s rationale for joining was to give farmers direct access to the higher prices available in The Common Market and the supports under the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

During the 1970s and 1980s, many new challenges faced farmers and were dealt with head on by IFA including devaluations of the ‘Green Pound’, milk quotas, Intervention, Disadvantaged Areas. At home, the two percent sales levy was fiercely resisted. IFA members finally won success through the courts for the abolition of the Poor Law Valuation system, bringing an end to a rates campaign stretching back to the establishment of the NFA.

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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


Texaco Art winners with their certificates
Texaco Art winners with their certificates

A photo copied some years ago, any information welcome.
A photo copied some years ago, any information welcome. Louise Cooper Joyce passed on the following information: Wille O'Grady (trainer) TS Murphy (jockey). Duchess of Westminster (owner). She thinks it’s Thurles or maybe Baldoyle, which is no longer a racetrack.

Cross Country Races  at Kilnockin
Cross Country Races at Kilnockin

Leaving Cert Class at Patrician Presentation Secondary School
Leaving Cert Class at Patrician Presentation Secondary School

Young mechanics
Young mechanics on The Green


John Kenrick out for a trot on The Green

Remember Barrack Street as it looked like in the 1980s
Remember Barrack Street as it looked like in the 1980s

Mr Lynch Retiring at Moyglass National School
Mr Lynch Retiring at Moyglass National School

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