The Limerick Pop up Museum is now on in Murroe. There are photos, both old and new, and loads of information for you to browse through. Items and stories about Murroe are also welcome, but are not necessary. It really is a treasure trove of Murroe history and fascinating to look at. Please come along for a look for this ‘one day only’ event. You won’t regret it. The Museum is on in the Fitzgerald room in the Murroe Community Hall. Entrance is on the left hand side of the hall and is open until 4pm. Thanks you.
Dorothy MaddenPop Up Museum on today 25th November 2017
Limerick’s Pop Up Museum is coming to Murroe on the 25th of November 2017. The Pop Up Museum will in the Fitzgerald room in the Murroe Community Hall from 11am-4pm. The entrance is on the left hand side of the hall. Please bring along any historical items that you may have, tell its story, and share its story with the community. We are looking forward to host this event & hope to see lots of items on display. Thank You.
Dorothy MaddenPop Up Museum Limerick is coming to Murroe 25th November 2017
There will be informative presentations by our local services on these topics and time for a chat over a cuppa after
Some of the services confirmed are
NOVAS. Community Detox/Respite Services
GROW. Mental Health Service
Community Substance Misuse Team
Midwest Regional Drug and Alcohol Forum
Dual Diagnosis Midwest network
Limerick Suicide Watch – to be confirmed
Saoirse Treatment Centre – to be confirmed
PLEASE DO COME ALONG TO THIS COMMUNITY EVENT EVERYONE MOST WELCOME
Dorothy MaddenMental Health Information and Awareness Evening 2nd November 2017
There is a coffee morning in the Murroe Community Hall, from 9am to 1pm, Sunday 7th October. All proceeds will go to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin. There will be entertainment throughout the morning from The Valley Inn Traditional group. Please support this great event. Thank you.
Dorothy MaddenCoffee Morning in aid of Crumlin’s Children’s Hospital, Sunday 7th October 2017
After all the work and preparation, it was marvellous to see 1176 walkers assemble for the Murroe Darkness into Light on Saturday morning. To open the event, the Glenstal School choir, joined by Nóirín Ní Riain and conducted by Fr Columba, who wrote music especially for the Murroe Pieta House walk, performed outside the hall. The Pieta House message was read by Geraldine O’Brien, a message which means so much to those who have been affected by suicide. The choir and walkers sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ before the hooter sounded and the walk commenced. Volunteers had put out lights along the route, which were greatly enhanced by arrays of lights put out by householders. At the end of the walk, people were treated to refreshments – all supplied by businesses and locals.
The Murroe Darkness into Light Committee want to express their heartfelt thanks to everyone who supported us. It would have been impossible to organise this without the 100+ locals who helped out, many of whom worked throughout the night to welcome the walkers. We received sponsorship and support from our locals businesses and clubs, Glenstal community gave unstinting support – what a welcome to have the community come out and greet the walkers. Looking forward to next year!
Murroe Website EditorMessage of Thanks from the DiL Murroe Committee
The Murroe Community Council, would like to invite people from other countries, who are living in Murroe/Boher, to an informal intercultural evening at the Muintir na Tíre hall, at 8pm, on the 30th March 2017. The Community Council hopes to host a larger, intercultural event in the future, to highlight the great diversity in our amazing community. We are looking for feedback, to see if this is an event that you would like to have in Murroe & how we could best showcase your country. Come along for a chat and a cuppa, we would love to hear from you! If you need anymore information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or message through the Murroe Facebook page. Thank you.
Dorothy MaddenInformal intercultural Evening 30th March 2017
We are delighted to announce a new Zumba class, starting in the community hall Murroe, beginning on Monday, the 6th of February at 8.15pm. The class are €5.00 pay as you go. All fitness levels welcome. For more information, please contact Fi by email at FI.FILYNCHZIN@GMAIL.COM or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013496326325&fref=ts
Family First Aid Awareness coming to Murroe this December.
Learn what to do if there was a medical emergency in your home.
All family members over the age of 12 welcome.
Fun and informative 2 hour evening session, taking place in the Canon Hayes room of the community hall, on Tuesday, December 13th from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Cost is €20.
For more information or to book a place, Contact Maggie on her Facebook page, Maggie O Brien
or mobile: 083 4645993
Thanks everyone …