CE Scheme-General Operative wanted in Murroe

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This may be of interest to anyone local to Murroe & Boher, who would like to work in the new Murroe Wood Park development including our 4G multi-sport pitch.

General Operative – CE Scheme – Castleconnell Project Limited TEMPORARY
Ref: #CES-2075343 Murroe, Murroe, County Limerick, Ireland
This is a developmental opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career.
Applicants should supply suitable character references and be prepared to complete a Garda vetting application form.

General operative in a community park and sports facility.
Duties will include:
Bookings
Pitch Maintenance
Pitch Lining
Setting up equipment
Grass cutting
Hedge Cutting
Clearing pathways and sweeping
Litter collection and putting bins/rubbish out for collection
cleaning
Painting indoor…

To see if you would be eligible for this CE Scheme, please check out the following page: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/employment/unemployment_and_redundancy/employment_support_schemes/community_employment_scheme.html

To apply for this position, please do so here: https://www.jobsireland.ie/en-US/browse-jobs?CareerlevelId=-1&keyWord=CES-2075343&location=&page=1&pageSize=10&vacancyId=-1&VacancyTypeId=-1

 

Dorothy MaddenCE Scheme-General Operative wanted in Murroe
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Minister Michael Ring visiting Murroe on the 20th April 2018

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We are delighted to announce that Minister Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development will be visiting Murroe tomorrow afternoon, 20th April at 2.30pm. He will be visiting the Murroe Wood Park Development and we can’t wait to show him our all-weather pitch and soon-to-be opened walkway. The walkway is being part-funded by the Town & Village Renewal Scheme, which was overseen by Minister Ring’s Department. We are very grateful that Minister chose our walkway to fund & this walkway is going to be an amazing addition to the village of Murroe. We would like the people of Murroe, who are available, to please come to Croker’s Pub tomorrow afternoon, to show how much we appreciate our village & the support it has received. Thank You.

Dorothy MaddenMinister Michael Ring visiting Murroe on the 20th April 2018
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Team Limerick Cleanup 2018

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Team Limerick Cleanup 4 will be taking place this Friday, Good Friday, from 9.30am to 12.30pm. People from all over Limerick will take part in this great event, including Murroe. The Murroe Clean-Up HQ will be at the Murroe Community Hall. Some registered packs have still to be collected from the hall and this can be done on the morning of the clean up.  If anyone need materials, e.g. Gloves, bags, signs, hi-vis vests, for the clean up, they will be available in the hall from 9.30am. If anyone has any unused litter-pickers, they would like to return, please drop them back to the Murroe Hall on the day. Tea/coffee will be available in the community hall from 11.00am. Please do come along for a well-deserved cup of tea. All bags of rubbish collected should be returned to the Murroe Community hall for collection by Mr. Binman. We look forward to seeing you on Friday at Murroe HQ. Thank you.

Dorothy MaddenTeam Limerick Cleanup 2018
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Murroe/Boher is getting a skatepark!

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The people of Murroe/Boher asked for an all-weather pitch and we delivered. The people of Murroe/Boher asked for a walking track and this will be opened by June. Now, we are delighted to announce that the skateboard park wanted by the people of Murroe/Boher, will be built. With thanks to Ballyhoura Development CLG. and Leader funding, we will be receiving a grant of over €127,000 (subject to contract) towards our skatepark. We will be fundraising in the near future & we would appreciate your support towards our amazing Murroe Wood Park Development. Thank you.

Dorothy MaddenMurroe/Boher is getting a skatepark!
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New Zebra Crossing now operational in Murroe.

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We are delighted to see that the long-awaited zebra crossing is now fully operational in the heart of Murroe village. This crossing will provide a safe place to cross the busy road, for people wanting the access the shop, butcher, playground, Croker’s and the new all-weather pitch. To ensure that the zebra crossing is as safe as possible, it is vital that the rules of a zebra crossing are adhered to, especially in relation to parking on or near the zebra crossing. Please see the image above for the full list of rules for zebra crossings from the Road Safety Authority. We are aware that the new zebra crossing is located in a popular parking area for the shop and the Post Office, however, you will no longer be able to park there. Please help in making Murroe a safe place to be. Thank You.

Dorothy MaddenNew Zebra Crossing now operational in Murroe.
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