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Gofundme Page Set Up After Cancellation Of Christmas Fair

Gofundme Page Set Up After Cancellation Of Christmas Fair

November 30, 2020 at 12:51 pm Comments are Disabled

WITH the annual Tralee and Ballymacelligott Christmas Fair cancelled due to COVID -19 restrictions, the organisers are hoping the public can help raise much-needed funds through a gofundme page. “Our Christmas fair is a wonderful community building and fundraising event for the Church of Ireland Parishes of Tralee, Ballymacelligott and […]

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Church Of Ireland To Celebrate 400 Years Of Worship In Tralee This Sunday

Church Of Ireland To Celebrate 400 Years Of Worship In Tralee This Sunday

October 3, 2019 at 3:30 pm Comments are Disabled

REV. Jim Stephens, Rector,  and the Community of St. John’s Church of Ireland, Tralee, have extended an invitation to everyone to join them for a special celebration. Taking place in the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Ashe Street on this Sunday, October 6, at 4pm, a Service of […]

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St John’s Ashe Street To Host Free Choral Concert From US University Choir

St John’s Ashe Street To Host Free Choral Concert From US University Choir

March 22, 2019 at 9:24 am Comments are Disabled

A FREE choral concert will be given in St. John’s Church of Ireland, Ashe Street, Tralee at 7.30pm on Tuesday, March 26. St. Mary’s Cathedral Choir, Killarney, Director Aidan O’Carroll will host Brown University Alumni Chamber Choir and String Quartet from the United States. Admission is free and a voluntary collection […]

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Aoife Cahill, Marharyta Marozava (Belarus) and Gillian Lewis at the concert in St John's Ashe Street on Wednesday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Music Lovers Enjoy Concert In St John’s Ashe Street

December 20, 2018 at 12:44 pm Comments are Disabled

THERE were over 100 music lovers in St John’s Ashe Street on Wednesday night for a wonderful night of entertainment from the Dingle New-Music Choir And Orchestra. The works of Stamitz, Vaughan Williams and Ennio Morricone were performed under conductor and composer Gabor Peli, as the Orchestra and Choir’s repertoire […]

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Looking forward to the St John's Ashe Street Christmas Fair the Saturday were Mona Butler, Rev. Jim Stephens, Rhona Giles and Mary Kinch. Photo by Dermot Crean

Call To The St John’s Ashe Street Christmas Fair This Saturday

December 11, 2018 at 9:54 am 1 comment

TEACH an tSolais at St John’s Ashe Street will once again be a hive of activity on Saturday as the parish hosts its annual Christmas Fair. Taking place from 10.30am to 2.30pm, it’s set to be a fantastic day for all the family with raffles and hampers, face-painting, children’s games teas/coffees […]

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Looking forward to the Christmas Fair in Teach an tSolais in St John's Ashe Street on Sunday were Mona Butler, Michael Latchford, Rhona Giles and Mary Kinch. Photo by Dermot Crean

Christmas Fair Returns To St John’s Ashe Street On Saturday

December 12, 2017 at 12:54 pm Comments are Disabled

TEACH an tSolais at St John’s Ashe Street will be a busy spot this Saturday as the parish hosts a Christmas Fair from 10am to 4pm. The Fair has returned after a break of three years and there’s some great prizes including a weekend away at Breaffy House Resort in […]

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Principal of St John's Parochial School, Aoife Benton, in the classroom with pupils on 'Pyjama Day' on Friday. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: A Small School With Big Welcome Planned For Open Day

January 21, 2017 at 3:05 pm Comments are Disabled

SOME may not know it, but there is a lovely little school nestled in the heart of the town. St John’s Parochial School, which is adjacent to the Church of Ireland church on Ashe Street, is holding an open day on Saturday, to show parents the advantages of sending their children there. […]

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PHOTOS: St John’s, Flemby And Caherleaheen Schools Welcome New Arrivals

PHOTOS: St John’s, Flemby And Caherleaheen Schools Welcome New Arrivals

September 2, 2015 at 9:25 am 1 comment

IT was an exciting week for children in Flemby NS, Caherleaheen NS and St John’s Parochial School in Ashe Street when we visited on Tuesday morning. The junior infants had all been settling in well since starting this week and were getting to know each other and their teachers. In Flemby […]

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St John’s To Mark Tralee’s 800th Birthday With New Stained Glass Window

St John’s To Mark Tralee’s 800th Birthday With New Stained Glass Window

August 7, 2015 at 9:26 pm Comments are Disabled

PLANS for New Reconciliation Window in St. Johns Plans have been announced for a new stained glass window in St. John’s Catholic Church, Tralee which is renowned for its church art. It will be the first window to be installed in over 60 years. Story continued below… The new stained […]

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VIDEO: Up To 90 People A Week Using Tralee Soup Kitchen

VIDEO: Up To 90 People A Week Using Tralee Soup Kitchen

March 30, 2015 at 10:44 am Comments are Disabled

THE girls over at ‘Social Box TV’ have uploaded another great interview to their YouTube channel. This time they interviewed one of the co-founders of the Tralee Soup Kitchen, Collette Price, who along with her friend Dawn Roberts have been running the establishment with the help of volunteers since October 2012. In the video, […]

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PHOTOS: €25,000 Raised At ‘Thousandaire’ Night For Tralee Churches

PHOTOS: €25,000 Raised At ‘Thousandaire’ Night For Tralee Churches

December 5, 2014 at 11:33 am Comments are Disabled

A FUN event was held in Ballyroe last night in aid of the three Church of Ireland churches which were damaged in the storms earlier this year. ‘Who Wants To Be A Thousandaire’ drew a good turnout to the hotel where an amazing  €25,000 was raised by the event through advertising and […]

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Elderly Men Who Hadn’t Eaten For Days Among Soup Kitchen Visitors

Elderly Men Who Hadn’t Eaten For Days Among Soup Kitchen Visitors

November 21, 2014 at 9:39 am Comments are Disabled

TWO elderly men come to a soup kitchen in town. Dressed in their Sunday best, the men take their seats in the hall and eat three full dinners each one after another. It later transpires that the men, aged in their 70s, had not eaten in four days. This is […]

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Mona Butler, Archdeacon Susan Watterson, Susan Keating and Niall Groves looking forward to the recitals this weekend by acclaimed organist, Glen Moore. Photo by Dermot Crean

Take A Break From The Festival At Recital In St John’s Ashe Street

August 13, 2014 at 9:08 am Comments are Disabled

IF you’re looking for an oasis of calm from the crazy hustle and bustle of the Rose of Tralee festival then a visit to the 800 year old St John’s Church in Ashe Street is in order this weekend. The beautiful Church Of Ireland venue will host recitals  from organist Glen […]

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