At the CFR Boher Annual General meeting held recently, the community discussed the overall working of the scheme which has been in place for 2 years. We are getting approximately 1 call out per month, covering 70% of time supporting the National Ambulance Service in the area. Training is held on a regular basis, and members of the community are invited to learn CPR techniques at drop-in sessions for their personal benefit, while volunteers are trained to Pre-Hospital Emergence Care Council (PHECC) standards by Irish Water Safety (Limerick City) instructors, Ita Richardson and Paul Earls. Over 20 people have been volunteers with CFR Boher over the past 2 years, with 10 people currently active, with each volunteer giving up to 72 hours per month to the scheme. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the scheme, joining the committee, helping with fundraising or volunteering, please contact us at email@example.com. We would like to thank everyone who has helped with CFR Boher, our volunteers, Boher Development Committee and those who have supported us financially including local anonymous donation (€750), Bank of Ireland and Abington Hygiene.
Murroe Website EditorCFR Boher Annual General Meeting
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.
The route will be from the Muintir na Tíre Hall in Murroe, left at The Monument, in the back gate of Glenstal Abbey and out the front gates back to the hall. We plan to have refreshments for all walkers and look forward to seeing you there on the morning.
Please register as soon as possible – Early bird registration ends 4th April. If you register by 4th May, 10th Anniversary t-shirts will be delivered to you directly, with no guarantee of you getting your t-shirt on time if you register after that date.
If you have any queries please contact any of Tony Breen, Ita Richardson, Anne O’ Connor, Geraldine O’Brien, Helena Hayes or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (new address this year!).
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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!