Walk Brochures are available at the Rural Development Office and Kilcummin Post Office. Following recent feedback from walkers, we would very much appreciate if the following was observed by all users of the walk; (1) Bring your rubbish home with you and help keep this environment clean. (2) Keep your dog(s) on a lead when you come in contact with fellow walkers or wildlife. This is a beautiful amenity in our Parish, and we should all strive to make it a clean, safe and friendly place to enjoy.
KILCUMMIN LOOKING GOOD
We hope that everybody is staying safe and well during these difficult and challenging times. We would ask people who bring their dogs out for a walk to clean up after them and to respect other road/footpath users with children, buggies etc. Thank you.
KERRY COMHAIRLE NA NÓG – YOUNG VOICES. LOCAL ISSUES
COOLICK NATIONAL SCHOOL
Coolick Pre-school is now enrolling for September 2021. Morning Session 9.00-12.00 (limited availability) and Afternoon Session 12.30 -3.30. For further information please contact Ciara Moynihan on 0871181993 or 0669764549
KILCUMMIN N.S. JUNIOR INFANTS ENROLMENT 2021/2022
KILCUMMIN RURAL DEVELOPMENT.
Please visit our website www.kilcumminparish.com to view your weekly newsletter, parish news etc. also available is a link to the church webcam. You can visit us on facebook at Kilcummin Rural Development.
RECOVERY HAVEN CANCER SUPPORT HOUSE
KERRY ETB COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMME
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on communities throughout Kerry. The Kerry ETB Community Education Programme has responded by making a number of courses available online. Kerry ETB understands that not everyone is confident in accessing courses online, but we are available to support individuals to do so. While nothing can replace the learning and social interactions that occur when we meet face to face, we are mindful that people may become disconnected if we do not respond. Therefore, our tutors are available to deliver courses and provide a platform to keep communities connected. Courses are aimed at adults in Kerry who are living alone, adults who have underlining health issues that have resulted in them cocooning and adults who are caring for a vulnerable adult or child. All courses are free of charge to these groups. Register your interest on www.fetchcourses.ie using relevant course codes on the notice in the Church porch or by contact John on 086-1279381.
‘THE KINGDOM CONNECTS’