Kilcummin Rural Dev. would like to extend their sincere sympathy to their chairperson, Catherine Murray and the O’Leary and Mannix families on the sad passing of her late brother Derry O’Leary, Killarney and formerly Inch. May he rest in peace.
KILCUMMIN LOOKING GOOD
Kilcummin Looking Good would like to thank all those who collected bags and gloves and went out to clean up and tidy around their own two kilometres area last weekend. Bags and litter pickers are available from Tony O’Connor 087 6258641 if required. We would also ask people who bring their dogs out for a walk to clean up after them and to respect other road / footpath users with children, buggy etc. Take care everyone
Now that Lent is over, you can forward your contribution to www.trocaire.org, or to Trocaire, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, or keep the box and contribution until the current restrictions cease and you can return it to the Church.
Kilcummin GAA would like to remind fellow parishioners that if they themselves or someone they know need help or support during the current crisis you can contact the following helpline. 1800807009. or text support followed by your name and address to 50555. Kilcummin GAA club have a number of volunteers willing to respond to your need. We are here to help you STAY SAFE. Also we would like to extend our gratitude to all those who are working so hard to keep us safe and keep our country going.
KILCUMMIN COMMUNITY ALERT
Kilcummin Community Alert are available to help the people of our community in these uncertain times. For people who are vulnerable or who may have to self isolate in our community, who may need groceries, prescriptions or fuel collected we are here to help. You can contact us in confidence at 0876270677. We are also asking people to check in on their elderly neighbours and be there for them. Any volunteers wishing to help out please contact 0876270677. Ní neart go cur le le chéile.