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 has been lots of work happening in the Community Field this week. The pitch’s perimeter fence has been put up and the pitch has been levelled. The shock pads are awaiting the arrival of 4G carpet to cover the pitch. The carpet will be marked for full size rugby, soccer and underage GAA matches. The pitch will also be able to be divided into 3 smaller training pitches for all sports. We are waiting on the results of the Sports Capital Grant, which, if we are successful in receiving, will enable us to complete the phase 1 of our community field project. For any queries on the Community Field Project, please e-mail email@example.com & we will be happy to discuss them with you.
The Murroe Wood Park Team.
Dorothy MaddenCommunity Field Update 9th October 2017
CFR Boher is running a CFR (Cardiac Pulomonary Resuscitation) course in Boher Community Centre, under the auspices of Irish Water Safety. Particpants will learn how to deal with Heart Attack, Stroke, Chest Pain and Choking, enabling them to deal with emergency situations as they arise. Following this course, participants will be Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) qualified. Anyone aged 12+ is welcome to attend.. Course is free to particpants. Cost ot become PHECC registered following the course, (for those who wich to do so and are not CFR Boher volunteers) is €25. We are running two separate courses – Saturday 14th 6pm-10pm and Sunday 15th 9am-1pm. Please contact Ita Richardson, 087-6886536 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday 9th October to book your place..
Murroe Website EditorCFR (Cardiac Pulomonary Resuscitation) course in Boher Community Centre