We have reports and lots of photos from the recent Parish Sports evening, and also from the Co. Tipperary Community Games Athletics Finals in which many young parishioners competed and were successful.
See also our photos from the recent All Ireland Community Games Winter Finals, where some young parishioners were in action, along with a report from that event. We also have photos of our Girls U/14 Football Team, some talented young local musicians, and the Corpus Christi Procession.
We have a report, full results and some photos from the recently held Community Games Athletics Evening. We also have information about the forthcoming collection of poems by Tim Joe McGrath which is being published by the Ardmayle Heritage Society.
The Boherlahan-Dualla website has already become a significant archive of local news and events, photographs, Parish Newsletters and more, since it began in 2015. Sincere thanks to everyone who has helped the project to date. We need to ask for others to support us by telling their friends at home and abroad about the site, by joining the website team, or by sending in material to the firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now integrated with Facebook. New articles will also be automatically posted to our Facebook page. We invite you to follow us at www.facebook.com/boherlahandualla where you can share and like your favourite articles.
Our “News” panel has been expanded. There is also a new panel “Promoting Local Initiative” which we encourage local businesses, clubs, other groups and individuals to make good use of. Further improvements to the website are underway.
The picture galleries are a great place to be reminded of parish happenings during the year gone by. As well as enjoying them yourself, why not bring them to the attention of friends and relations at home and abroad?
The email@example.com asks all parish organizations to use the website to announce their upcoming events. Reports and photos afterwards are also very welcome. Thanks to everyone who sends in the material which sustains the website.
The website carries notices of forthcoming events, photo galleries of community life, an archive of Parish Newsletters, and much more besides.
Every week events are happening which are of interest to local people and to those far from home. We depend on you to send in material and, over time, to form a record of community life. For example, old prints come up very well when scanned. There must be many old photos in drawers around the parish which can be lent to Liam Ó Duibhir, who will return them safely and promptly. We welcome any contribution, long or short on whatever topic you choose, from people of every age. Parishioners, at home and abroad, are only a click away from this link to home. Please remind your friends about us.
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Some of our content:
Our picture galleries from 2017 feature: the Parish Christmas Party held on 10th Dec.; the Christmas Carol Service of 17th Dec.; and John Devane’s commencement as County Board Chairman at the Convention on 17th Dec. – the first club member in that position since Johnny Leahy served from 1925 to 1927.
Read the "Parish Family Flyer”, outlining plans and inviting participation over the coming months, which is being distributed to all homes in Boherlahan-Dualla.
Read about the launch of Volume 20 of the "Boherlahan-Dualla Historical Journal".
Spot our athletes who ran in the Dublin City Marathon.
The tremendous “Stars In Their Eyes” production is celebrated pictorially. We have delightful photos of the artistes and behind the scenes, all sent in by members of the audience.
The retirement of Mary and Pat Donnelly as Boherlahan Church Sacristans is marked with a set of photos taken by Tom Ryan at the Parish Presentation to them.
Enjoy photos taken at the recent preview performance of “Fr Barry & The Workhouse Master” in Ardmayle Church, which featured local thespian Liam Ó Maoldhomhnaigh.
Joan Kennedy has written about her experiences with the Night Ambulance in the Indian city of Kolkata – formerly known as Calcutta.
Willie Fahey described his Asian trip in three parts, exploring Vietnam, Cambodia and Bangkok.
We have an article with photos written by Caroline Trainor from Lourdes where she now lives.
Read Úna Ní Mhaoldhomhnaigh's account has of her experiences in the Chinese city of Changzhou.
One of our younger parishioners has written about an impending trip to the city of Kolkata in India, where Mother Teresa did her work for so many years.
Read Brian Quaid's very informative article about the development of Lisheen Mine and its final closure.
The fifth in our series on the Tipperary v Kilkenny Hurling Story from 1916 to 2016 is on the website. All the previous parts can be accessed in the “History” section, along with many other stories.
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A lovely turnout at the Dualla Ploughing.
Shakespeare in the Glen Theatre Company presents John B Keane’s -The Field