Update: Trigger returned today (9th Nov)
Our Black and White two year old male cat missing since Sunday evening from the Tullig area. He was wearing a grey flea collar and is chipped and is neutered. He is a relatively big cat and has a black patch under his chin. If anyone saw him or sees him could they please phone 087 9064528.
[read more …] “Black and white Cat Missing”
Eithne O’Keeffe of Boherbue is the Presenter of tonight’s “Music Room” programme in Boherbue’s Pearse Memorial Hall at 8pm. (S.R.)
TYNAN (Moneygourney, Douglas, Cork and late of Banteer): On November 6th, 2019, suddenly, ROBERT (ROB), dearly loved husband of Aileen (Quinn), much loved dad of Freya and Emma, beloved son of John and the late Frances and dear brother of Marguerite, Joanne, June and John. Sadly missed by his loving wife and family, parents-in-law Tim and Joan Quinn, Thurles, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and a wide circle of friends including those in the M.B.C.C.
Lying in repose at the Temple Hill, Funeral Home, Boreenmanna Road of Jerh. O’Connor Ltd on (Friday) from 4.00pm until prayers at 6.00pm. Requiem Mass at 11.00am on (Saturday) in St. Patrick’s Church, Rochestown, followed by Cremation in the Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork. Donations in lieu of flowers to the Cork Simon Community. “Ní bheidh a leithéid arís ann”.
[read more …] “Rob Tynan, Douglas & Banteer”
Congratulations to everyone involved in the Spin-for-Cancer last August in the Square which raised an incredible €4,535 for the Irish Cancer Foundation, and hopefully will help many people. [f]
The very best of luck to Ann Linehan, Educational Psychologist on the launch of her first book “Sam and Sue learn about Cybersafety”. The launch will take place this Friday 8th November from 3pm in Philip’s Book Shop, Mallow. [fb]
The book can be purchased from the website samandsue.com
Donagh, Darragh, and Harry, are currently helping to raise awareness of testicular cancer by asking men to complete their short cancer awareness survey. This is a part of the research for their BT Young Scientist project which they hope to be presenting in Dublin next January. A brave project to take on, but one that could actually save lives. It’s simple, anonymous, and will only take a few minutes, so please help them out by completing their survey.
[read more …] “MCS Testicular Cancer Awareness Survey BTYS 2020”