Archive for July 1st, 2024

under 10 girls with the under 10 Currow girls

Ballymacelligott GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 4:19 pm Comments are Disabled

Academy Academy is 11am to 12 noon every Sunday, New players always welcome to join us on Sunday mornings. U10 girls  U10 girls played second go game against Currow tonight at home …a fantastic display across the 4 quarters by all the girls…big thanks to Donal Rahilly for reffing and […]

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St Pat’s GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 4:12 pm Comments are Disabled

Club Lotto There was no winner of our club Lotto Jackpot of €3100 on Sunday night last the numbers drawn were 03,05,09 & 13. The five €30 euro consolation prizes went to: 1.      John Kelliher Lohercannon 2.      Mary Glazier Annagh 3.      Matt O’Flaherty c/o Tommy Brosnan 4.      Mary Wallace Online […]

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Tralee Parnells U10 & U12 camogie players at their training session last Monday

Tralee Parnells GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 4:02 pm Comments are Disabled

Senior Hurling Next Friday night in Abbeydorney at 7pm, our senior hurlers take on St Brendan’s in the preliminary quarter-final of the Co Senior Hurling Championship. As the competition enters the knock-out stage, we will be looking for everyone to get behind the team and give them their full support. […]

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Under 15 Boys who won Round 1 of the Central League via Miltown/Castlemaine in the Central League Competition 

John Mitchels GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 3:54 pm Comments are Disabled

Golf Classic – Our annual golf classic takes place in Beaufort Golf Club on Friday August 23rd. Always a great day out, a team of 4 is €300 and a tee box can be sponsored for €75. Please contact any of the organizing committee of Pat Kearney, Fergus Foley, Anthony McElligott, Eoin Gallagher, […]

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U10 Girls at North Kerry Blitz

Kerins O’Rahillys GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 3:47 pm Comments are Disabled

Seniors: The seniors are currently taking a break following the preservation of their division 1 status last week. Training will resume this week in preparation for the intermediate club championship, our first time to partake in this competition. We are joined in Group 3 by Kilcummin, Laune Rangers and Listowel […]

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Na Gaeil GAA Club News

Na Gaeil GAA Club News

July 1, 2024 at 3:34 pm Comments are Disabled

Lotto results: Lotto Tue 25th June 2024. Numbers drawn were 11, 15, 25, 26. No winner. Lucky dip winners of €20 were Katherine Duggan, Kevin Woods, Timmy Culloty, Dónal Rooney, Shane Daly. Our next draw will be tomorrow night (Tuesday) and the jackpot will be €2,200. Why not try your luck in […]

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Repro Free : This Kerry Wild Bee Festival is back for another year from the 6th - 7th July and will be based in the beautiful surroundings of the Tralee Bay Wetlands Ecology Park.  Pictured at the launch of ther Bee festival at the Wellands were -  Alan Balfe  Senior Ecologist & Educator Tralee Bay Wetlands ,   Susan Brown to learn about Ballyduff Tidy Towns , Grace Clinton, from Fenit Changing Tides  and Niamh Ní Dhúill Transition Kerry  . 
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KERRY WILD BEE FESTIVAL 2024:

This Kerry Wild Bee Festival is back for another year and will be based in the beautiful surroundings of the Tralee Bay Wetlands Ecology Park.  This is the second year of this festival and it will feature a series of walks and talks led by biodiversity experts and community groups on these important insects and the simple actions we can take to help them.  Over the two days there will also be nature art activities with Phil McSwiney, creating bees and other pollinators such as dragonflies out of natural materials.  

You will be able to ‘Find Your Natural Match with a fun and interactive ‘TIMBER’.

On Saturday 6th July, the day will begin with Ian McGrigor from Gortbrack Organic Farm leading a guided walk and talk about the Wonders of Willow Trees and Bees, visiting many of the living willow features in the ecology park.  Alan Balfe  Senior Ecologist & Educator @Tralee Bay Wetlands Ecology Park will lead a workshop on how to learn about bee identification and how to carry out wild bee surveys.  Alan carries out bee survey’s every month on site to build up a record of the bee species found and the public are always welcome to come along..  There will be a guided ecological corridor walk to The Green/Town Park, to learn how our town is connected with these valuable urban natural habitats. 

On Sunday 7th there will be two talks about community actions for pollinators, with the morning beginning with Grace Clinton, from Fenit Changing Tides giving a talk on ‘How The Carder Bee returned to Fenit in 2023‘.  This will be followed by a talk with Susan Brown to learn about Ballyduff Tidy Towns exciting rare Moss Carder bee discovery this year, and what actions community groups such as Tidy Towns can do as well as what to look out for. Enjoy envisioning a bee corridor through your community and beyond.   Ger Scollard will then show how to submit records and recording actions for pollinators with Kerry Branch Irish Wildlife Trust

The Kerry Wild Bee Festival is being organised by Transition Kerry in collaboration with Tralee Bay Wetlands Ecology Park. We would like to acknowledge the support of Kerry County Council Community Support Fund, Eleanor  Turner Biodiversity Officer Kerry Co Council, Kerry Branch Irish Wildlife Trust, Tralee Tidy Towns, Ballyduff Tidy Towns, Fenit Changing Tides, Gortbrack Organic Farm, Transition Kerry From The Ground Up Network,Margaret Kissane @The Lakeside Café ,Biodiversity Ireland and the All Ireland Pollinator Plan  .  The events are all free of charge.  Bookings can be made here: https://traleebaywetlands.org/book-now

Tá fáilte roimh gach duine.

Kerry Wild Bee Festival At The Wetlands This Weekend

July 1, 2024 at 3:23 pm Comments are Disabled

THE Kerry Wild Bee Festival is back for another year and will be based in the Tralee Bay Wetlands Ecology Park this coming weekend. This is the second year of this festival and it will feature a series of walks and talks led by biodiversity experts and community groups on […]

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Maria and Miroslava with 'Albie' at the Dog Show in the Town Park on Sunday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: All Creatures Great And Small At The Dog Show In The Park

July 1, 2024 at 1:19 pm Comments are Disabled

FÉILE na mBláth brought colour and fun to the Town Park over the weekend and one of the highlights was the dog show on Sunday. There were a number of categories as proud ‘parents’ brought their little and big ones to compete in the show. It drew a good crowd […]

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Maharees Group Makes Final Of National Lottery Good Causes Awards

Maharees Group Makes Final Of National Lottery Good Causes Awards

July 1, 2024 at 12:32 pm Comments are Disabled

A KERRY entrant was today announced as a National Finalist in the National Lottery Good Causes Awards 2024. Maharees Conservation Association is a 100% volunteer run community group and charity. Their main aims are to work with their community (both resident and visiting) NGOs, state agencies and their local authority […]

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St Brendan's N Fenit.

Minister Announces Refurbishment Works At Fenit School

July 1, 2024 at 12:24 pm Comments are Disabled

MINISTER for Education and Kerry T.D. Norma Foley has today announced new refurbishment works to provide a special needs classroom in St Brendan’s national school in Fenit. An existing classroom in the school will be redesigned to provide for a special educational needs classroom and for two special education teaching […]

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