Kilmallock Sept 21

MILFORD HOSPICE COFFEE MORNING: There will be a coffee morning held in the Pastoral & Resource Centre, Kilmallock on Thursday September 19 from 10am to 12 noon. Everyone is welcome and all support is very much appreciated.

MILFORD HOSPICE COFFEE MORNING: There will be a coffee morning held in the Pastoral & Resource Centre, Kilmallock on Thursday September 19 from 10am to 12 noon. Everyone is welcome and all support is very much appreciated.

KILMALLOCK CYCLING CLUB: Once again our members were busy this weekend with the sportives still going strong. On Saturday amidst glorious sunshine our members took a trip down around West Cork whilst on Sunday other members braved the horrendous wind and rain in Co. Tipperary on the Raparee CC first club sportive. Well done to all.

TRAINING: Our Sunday morning spins continue to leave the old Neodata carpark at the top of the town at 9am on Sunday mornings with our Wednesday evening spin leaving the same spot at 7pm. Sunday morning caters for all levels and we incorporate a route and pace to suit you so if you are new or an accomplished cyclists then come along and join us for the craic and banter. On Wednesday evenings as the nights draw in please make sure to have hi-viz jacket with you and your lights on the bike as a bad evening can turn dark very quickly at this time of the year.

Check out our website at www.kilmallockcyclingclub.com or find us on Facebook for more information.

FRIAR’S GATE THEATRE: Magic Roundabout Theatre Co. present Spinal Krapp. Magic Roundabout Theatre bring their acclaimed production Spinal Krapp written by Darren Maher and performed by Zeb Moore to Friars’ Gate on Saturday September 21 at 8pm. Spinal Krapp runs at about sixty minutes and utilises conventions of public storytelling, stand up comedy and serious theatre. All are mixed together in a multi-textual performance: where a rich and dazzling array of pop-culture and Irish cultural references are used, both to evoke an era and also to describe a happy and hilarious childhood interrupted by tragic circumstance.

The Fureys: On Saturday September 28@ 8pm, The Fureys return to Friars’ Gate. Legends of Irish music, the Fureys have thrilled audiences around the world with their songs, music and stories for more than 33 years. Don’t miss this chance to hear them sing all their hits including ‘I will love you’, ‘When you were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields of France’, ‘Red Rose Café’, ‘From Clare to Here’, ‘Steal Away’. Tickets €20.

Info – 063-98727/ www.friarsgate.ie

Art Classes: resume at Friars Gate for beginners and advanced on Tuesday morning and evening for ten weeks. Start date is Tuesday September 24.

Contact Friars’ Gate for details –063-98727. www.friarsgate.ie

SOUTHSIDE WHEELY WHEELERS: Southside Wheely Wheelers continued the Sportive touring season in glorious sunshine with a hugely enjoyable An Post Rebel Tour in West Cork on Saturday the 13th of September, since moving location to Glengarriff last year this tour has turned into one of the most scenic and challenging tours around. There were two tough routes of 85km and 160km with the latter including the toblerone road of Reentrisk and two climbs of the Healy Pass. Big Dave Walsh, Declan McCarthy, Ger Finn [who brought the puncture fairy with him], Mathew Gammell, Jerry Herbert, and Pat O’Donnell completed the 160 and Sean Burchill, Jerry Ryan, John Crowley and Donie Mulcahy completed the challenging 85km, Well done all Wheelers and family.

King of the Hill - Our King of the Hill continued this week on Tuesday the 10th with a fun evening tearing up Ballyorgan , Paul and Michelle Gammell finished joint first with the most accurate time. This week is our final week of this fun challenge and the location of event will be revealed on the night to prevent any snakey training. Keep your phones close by for the text for the location. Wednesday night training jumped the fence into the time trial game with a flat time trial starting and finishing in Bruff RFC. Most people hadn’t experienced the eye ball out experience of a time trial but by the end everyone was in agreement that 9km never seemed so far. Big Dave Walsh was the most accurate man around this route.

Training this week resumes with our Wednesday evening cycle @ 6.30 , having fun while getting fit has never been so easy so come along and we will find a group for you. Please make sure to bring lights and reflective gear as its getting dark early.

Saturday is our beginner/improver cycle which is a great way to get into or get back into cycling,this is lead by some of our experienced cyclists who will help get you used to cycling in a group. Sunday training is a little more challenging but equally enjoyable. As with all our cycles we depart from the car park beside Kilmallock Cycles

KILMALLOCK PASTORAL & RESOURCE CENTRE: Citizens Information Centre is open every Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between the hours of 10am and 2pm, please note on Fridays until 1.30pm. Thursday September 19 is the Citizens Financial night between 8 and 9pm. A Coffee Morning will be held on Thursday September 19 in aid of Milford Hospice from 10am to 12 noon, all support is very welcome. The Bridge Club continues also tonight September 19 from 7pm until 10.30pm, all welcome. Parent and Toddler group meet on Friday September 20 from 10.30amto 12.30pm. On Monday September 23 the Counselling Service is on hand between 10am and 4.30pm while the Tuesday Club meet September 24 from 10.30am to 12 noon. For more details please contact the Pastoral & Resource Centre on (063) 98131.

MILFORD HOSPICE FUNDRAISER: Joe Ferns and Eileen Gillane who organised the ‘Nathan Carter Night’ in Bulgaden Castle on July 29 this year would like to extend a sincere thank you to Mary and Conal Kelly and to the very large crowd who travelled from many parts of Ireland to support their fundraiser in aid of Milford Hospice.

LIMERICK WEST GIY: Limerick West GIY with the aim of inspiring people to grow their own food goes back indoors for the next few months as we return to D & M Garden Centre, Croagh on Thursday September 19 where the subject for discussion will be The Winter Garden and Perennial Vegetables. The meeting will start at 7.00pm sharp and all are welcome from the beginner to the experienced old hand. As with all GIY meetings there is no charge to join in.