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Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Who is piloting our balloon .. HERE
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE We are Sinking ………….HERE
Places remaining on upcoming ASIST - Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, plus other suicide prevention awareness training programmes Just a quick reminder that there are plenty of places available on upcoming suicide prevention awareness training programmes including the two day ASIST programme running on 26th and 27th February in the Monaghan Education Centre and the next one day Understanding self-harm course on 6th March in the Wellbeing Centre, Castleblayney. We also have plenty of places remaining on tomorrow's safeTALK course taking place in the Focus Family Resource Centre - places need to be booked in advance via the following link: https://bookwhen.com/cflcavanmonaghan Best regards, Emer Emer Mulligan Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention HSE Cavan Monaghan Mental Health Services Carrickmacross Primary Care Centre Donaghmoyne Road Carrickmacross Co Monaghan Tel: 086 1717 563 Register for Suicide Prevention training for Cavan and Monaghan through https://bookwhen.com/cflcavanmonaghan #littlethings can make a big difference to how you feel Find the #littlethings that work for you - Check out: www.yourmentalhealth.ie Call the Samaritans on 116 123 for a listening ear Aughnacloy Drama Group have reunited for 2 more nights for their acclaimed performance of Sam Cree's play "Widow's Paradise". The play will take place at The Garage Theatre, Monaghan on Friday 14th & Saturday 15th February. Tickets are on sale now from The Garage Theatre (00353) 47 39777 or book your own seats online at www.garagetheatre.com. All proceeds are in aid of Air Ambulance NI, in memory of Harry Mc Anespie. Poster HERE Learn to scuba dive: Dungannon sub aqua club are holding an information night on February 5th at 7.30 pm in Dungannon Leisure Centre, with try dives commencing on the 12th of February at 7.30 pm in Dungannon Leisure Centre. Too often the services of Sub Aqua clubs are called upon to search for a missing person and it is unbelieveable the support and strength this gives to relatives. Apart from the serious work when called on, this activity is a terrific pastime and leisure time interest and great for anyone who likes a challenge and activity sport. Already there are a number of their members from North Monaghan. You can find out more about it by attending the information night or contact Enda on 0864098632, Noel on 00447912485804, Mickey on 0862076426 ‘COOK’ & ‘CATERING ASSISTANT’ REQUIRED Truagh Development Associaton CLG. Community Services Programme is seeking applicatons from suitably qualifed and experienced persons. Ideal candidates should hold a professional catering/food safety qualifcaton. Job specifcaton can be downloaded from www.truagh.ie, emailed or posted by contactng Fiona or Mary on (047) 87049. Applicaton by CV and should be returned to: The Manager, Truagh Development Associaton, c/o Errigal Heritage Centre, Mullanacross, Emyvale, Co Monaghan H18 CR29. Email: mary@blackwaterlearningcentre.com Closing date: Friday, 21st February 2020
.Gibson Bros. I think we should congratulate Gibson Bros for the great job they have done on the roadway to the Tydavnet turn from the village. It was never going to be easy but I must say that they did everything possible to reduce the inconvenience and difficulties experienced by road users and the families living along the road. Despite having to deal with some unforeseen problems and having inclement weather at the wrong time they completed the main work within a tight time schedule. They seemed always conscious of those using the road and, when at all possible, they ensured that the road was open with No traffic controls. There are still some verges and entries to be completed but overall the majority of the work seems to be at an end. People who regularly travel this road, are happy to see the obstacle reduced or eliminated and many have expressed their delight and many comliments have been expressed for the quality of the finished product. So well done Gibson Bros work- force for a job well done. Unfortunately a couple of problems have been pointed out to us here and I know this is not Gibson Bros responsibility as it concerns design more than the work. One thing claimed is that the left turn off the road from Monaghan taking you to Carrickroe is very sharp with a narrow lane and that it could easily lead to a bad accident. Another thing is the fact that in places the Walking/Cycling path comes right out to the kerb making it dangerous for walkers, especially children going or coming from school, where the wind pressure of passing traffic could cause the pedestrian to be sucked into the path of the vehicle or blown into the siding on the inside. There are a few more comments but I think these are the most important and I have passed the comments on to the County Council.
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Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Who is piloting our balloon .. HERE
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE We are Sinking ………….HERE
Places remaining on upcoming ASIST - Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, plus other suicide prevention awareness training programmes Just a quick reminder that there are plenty of places available on upcoming suicide prevention awareness training programmes including the two day ASIST programme running on 26th and 27th February in the Monaghan Education Centre and the next one day Understanding self-harm course on 6th March in the Wellbeing Centre, Castleblayney. We also have plenty of places remaining on tomorrow's safeTALK course taking place in the Focus Family Resource Centre - places need to be booked in advance via the following link: https://bookwhen.com/cflcavanmonaghan Best regards, Emer Emer Mulligan Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention HSE Cavan Monaghan Mental Health Services Carrickmacross Primary Care Centre Donaghmoyne Road Carrickmacross Co Monaghan Tel: 086 1717 563 Register for Suicide Prevention training for Cavan and Monaghan through https://bookwhen.com/cflcavanmonaghan #littlethings can make a big difference to how you feel Find the #littlethings that work for you - Check out: www.yourmentalhealth.ie Call the Samaritans on 116 123 for a listening ear Aughnacloy Drama Group have reunited for 2 more nights for their acclaimed performance of Sam Cree's play "Widow's Paradise". The play will take place at The Garage Theatre, Monaghan on Friday 14th & Saturday 15th February. Tickets are on sale now from The Garage Theatre (00353) 47 39777 or book your own seats online at www.garagetheatre.com. All proceeds are in aid of Air Ambulance NI, in memory of Harry Mc Anespie. Poster HERE Learn to scuba dive: Dungannon sub aqua club are holding an information night on February 5th at 7.30 pm in Dungannon Leisure Centre, with try dives commencing on the 12th of February at 7.30 pm in Dungannon Leisure Centre. Too often the services of Sub Aqua clubs are called upon to search for a missing person and it is unbelieveable the support and strength this gives to relatives. Apart from the serious work when called on, this activity is a terrific pastime and leisure time interest and great for anyone who likes a challenge and activity sport. Already there are a number of their members from North Monaghan. You can find out more about it by attending the information night or contact Enda on 0864098632, Noel on 00447912485804, Mickey on 0862076426 ‘COOK’ & ‘CATERING ASSISTANT’ REQUIRED Truagh Development Associaton CLG. Community Services Programme is seeking applicatons from suitably qualifed and experienced persons. Ideal candidates should hold a professional catering/food safety qualifcaton. Job specifcaton can be downloaded from www.truagh.ie, emailed or posted by contactng Fiona or Mary on (047) 87049. Applicaton by CV and should be returned to: The Manager, Truagh Development Associaton, c/o Errigal Heritage Centre, Mullanacross, Emyvale, Co Monaghan H18 CR29. Email: mary@blackwaterlearningcentre.com Closing date: Friday, 21st February 2020
.Gibson Bros. I think we should congratulate Gibson Bros for the great job they have done on the roadway to the Tydavnet turn from the village. It was never going to be easy but I must say that they did everything possible to reduce the inconvenience and difficulties experienced by road users and the families living along the road. Despite having to deal with some unforeseen problems and having inclement weather at the wrong time they completed the main work within a tight time schedule. They seemed always conscious of those using the road and, when at all possible, they ensured that the road was open with No traffic controls. There are still some verges and entries to be completed but overall the majority of the work seems to be at an end. People who regularly travel this road, are happy to see the obstacle reduced or eliminated and many have expressed their delight and many comliments have been expressed for the quality of the finished product. So well done Gibson Bros work-force for a job well done. Unfortunately a couple of problems have been pointed out to us here and I know this is not Gibson Bros responsibility as it concerns design more than the work. One thing claimed is that the left turn off the road from Monaghan taking you to Carrickroe is very sharp with a narrow lane and that it could easily lead to a bad accident. Another thing is the fact that in places the Walking/Cycling path comes right out to the kerb making it dangerous for walkers, especially children going or coming from school, where the wind pressure of passing traffic could cause the pedestrian to be sucked into the path of the vehicle or blown into the siding on the inside. There are a few more comments but I think these are the most important and I have passed the comments on to the County Council.