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Community News: Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE Childrens Hospital …….. HERE Priest Shortage ………. HERE Back to Nature ……….. HERE Sing Along With Edelle HERE Community News 2 ….. HERE Covid 19 ………………… HERE
Community Services Programme We would like to highlight the 'Home Meal Delivery Service' which is offered by Truagh Development Association's Community Services Programme on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. If you know of an older person that can not leave their home and needs additional support around meal provision at this difficult time, please contact Fiona on 085 737 6534 or Mary on 00 44 7810 871381. The Community Services Programme also offers a 'Good Morning Call Service'. Our service-users are being contacted more often during the Covid 19 Pandemic and we are happy to talk to older people in the community who may feel lonely or vulnerable during these difficult times. Please refer requests for Good Morning Calls to Mary or Fiona. It is so important that we as a community follow the HSE and World Health Organisation guidelines at all times. Stay Safe and please be reassured that we are here for you, we can and will get through this difficult time together
Communities Together We are currently living in unprecedented and uncertain times. It is at times like these that we as a club need to look out for the most vulnerable in our community. Social Distancing is being recommended by the HSE and regulatory authorities as one of the main ways to stop the spread of COVID-19. We realise the impact that this can have on many within our community and as a club would like to offer our support to those who need it most during this time. If you know of someone within our community who may need assistance with collecting medication, food or toiletries or might benefit from a chat by phone then please let us know. There may be people living away from the area who are concerned for those back home in the Emyvale locality so we will do our best to check in on your family and loved ones and look out for them at this time. Please message us on the Emyvale club Facebook or Twitter. Alternatively call Enda - 086 195 9386, Shane - 087 362 5523 or Siobhan 047 70656 and we will get back in touch. As a community we can help each other through this and support each other as best we can.
Family Search The following request came to Mary Flynn. If you can provide any information it would be appreciated. Hello Mary My father's family came from Emyvale originally My grandfather James Mc Carron left Emyvale circa 1893 bound for Boston USA He stayed and worked there for 4 years then sailed to England and landed in Maryport where he met a local lady and married raising a famiy of 8 including my Father John H Mc Carron Grandfather Jimmy had sisters =Ellen who left Emyvale to sail to USA where she apparently stayed until her death many years later He also had a brother Hugh who I understand died whilst in the Army. I am anxious to trace my great grandparents details namely who was Grandfather James's parents - names and any other information to piece together I would think they are buried in the churchyard locally. I write to ask if you could ascertain any information from the loca records about the Mc Carron family in the archives. I would so like to pass on to my grandchildren their family history and connections to Ireland I do hope you can help me Yours sincerely Carneen Mc Carron-Holmes
Jolly Joggers: The Jolly Joggers made a donation to Drumbear Lodge Nursing Home and received the following reply: On behalf of everyone in Drumbear Lodge Nursing Home I wish to offer a huge THANK YOU to the Jolly Joggers for their kind donation. It was really appreciated by everyone. Kind Regards, Caroline McAree, Director of Nursing, Drumbear Nursing Home.
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Community News: Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE Childrens Hospital …….. HERE Priest Shortage ………. HERE Back to Nature ……….. HERE Sing Along With Edelle HERE Community News 2 ….. HERE Covid 19 ………………… HERE
Community Services Programme We would like to highlight the 'Home Meal Delivery Service' which is offered by Truagh Development Association's Community Services Programme on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. If you know of an older person that can not leave their home and needs additional support around meal provision at this difficult time, please contact Fiona on 085 737 6534 or Mary on 00 44 7810 871381. The Community Services Programme also offers a 'Good Morning Call Service'. Our service-users are being contacted more often during the Covid 19 Pandemic and we are happy to talk to older people in the community who may feel lonely or vulnerable during these difficult times. Please refer requests for Good Morning Calls to Mary or Fiona. It is so important that we as a community follow the HSE and World Health Organisation guidelines at all times. Stay Safe and please be reassured that we are here for you, we can and will get through this difficult time together
Communities Together We are currently living in unprecedented and uncertain times. It is at times like these that we as a club need to look out for the most vulnerable in our community. Social Distancing is being recommended by the HSE and regulatory authorities as one of the main ways to stop the spread of COVID-19. We realise the impact that this can have on many within our community and as a club would like to offer our support to those who need it most during this time. If you know of someone within our community who may need assistance with collecting medication, food or toiletries or might benefit from a chat by phone then please let us know. There may be people living away from the area who are concerned for those back home in the Emyvale locality so we will do our best to check in on your family and loved ones and look out for them at this time. Please message us on the Emyvale club Facebook or Twitter. Alternatively call Enda - 086 195 9386, Shane - 087 362 5523 or Siobhan 047 70656 and we will get back in touch. As a community we can help each other through this and support each other as best we can.
Family Search The following request came to Mary Flynn. If you can provide any information it would be appreciated. Hello Mary My father's family came from Emyvale originally My grandfather James Mc Carron left Emyvale circa 1893 bound for Boston USA He stayed and worked there for 4 years then sailed to England and landed in Maryport where he met a local lady and married raising a famiy of 8 including my Father John H Mc Carron Grandfather Jimmy had sisters =Ellen who left Emyvale to sail to USA where she apparently stayed until her death many years later He also had a brother Hugh who I understand died whilst in the Army. I am anxious to trace my great grandparents details namely who was Grandfather James's parents - names and any other information to piece together I would think they are buried in the churchyard locally. I write to ask if you could ascertain any information from the loca records about the Mc Carron family in the archives. I would so like to pass on to my grandchildren their family history and connections to Ireland I do hope you can help me Yours sincerely Carneen Mc Carron-Holmes
Jolly Joggers: The Jolly Joggers made a donation to Drumbear Lodge Nursing Home and received the following reply: On behalf of everyone in Drumbear Lodge Nursing Home I wish to offer a huge THANK YOU to the Jolly Joggers for their kind donation. It was really appreciated by everyone. Kind Regards, Caroline McAree, Director of Nursing, Drumbear Nursing Home.