We are delighted to announce that Murroe Wood Park CLG, the body established to oversee the development of the Murroe Field Project, has been awarded €1000 from the Communities Facilities Scheme by the Department of Housing, Planning & Local Government. This funding will help provide seating along the community walkway.
Murroe Wood Park is also awaiting the outcome of three other very substantial grant applications which would provide the remaining funds required to complete Phases 1 and 2 of the Field Project. Please keep your fingers crossed for a positive result!
While preparations were underway for the judges’ visit for the Pride of Place competition in June, we asked adults and children in our community if they felt proud to live here and why. We created 2 survey booklets from the responses we received – one for the children’s responses, and one for the adults’. These we gave to the judges during our presentation.
With just over 2 weeks to go before we learn the outcome of our nomination, we wanted to make these booklets available for everyone to read online. Regardless of the verdict on November 26th, we have plenty to be proud of and to celebrate in this little community.
Here are the links for the survey. Hopefully they will work! Thank you to everybody who took the time to submit a response.
Some places are still available for the mid-term break tennis camp in Glenstal Abbey, run by the Alan McCormack Tennis Academy. The camp will run from Wednesday, October 2nd, to Friday, October 4th, from 2-5pm, and is suitable for children aged 5-12 years. The cost of the camp is €65, and there’s a 10% discount for families. For more information, please contact Alan at (086) 1957038.
Murroe-Boher 14th Limerick Scout Group is one of the largest and fastest-growing groups in Limerick. It has over 120 children registered, ranging from ages 6-18 years, and over 45 adult leaders. A member of Scouting Ireland, it is dedicated to bringing children outdoors in the spirit of fun and adventure.
The group has just set up a website, http://www.murroeboherscouts.com, and Facebook page, where it will be posting info about its activities. There is always a demand for new leaders so if you are interested in becoming involved or finding out more about this, please contact the group through the site or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We wish to extend our congratulations and best wishes to Colm ó hAnluain, senior infants teacher at Scoil Mhuire, Murroe, who will be showcasing a project in this year’s Féilte, Festival of Education in Learning and Teaching Excellence.
Colm is the creator of a unique and innovative STEM teaching resource that introduces children to mathematical concepts and the science of simple machines through hands-on, problem-based learning. The resource has been garnering lots of attention across the country, and has been featured on Nationwide, the Irish Times, and at the Dublin Maker’s Festival.