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Corrib News & Oughterard Newsletter Spring 2024

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Shaughnessy brothers hit football records
  • Tales and poetry, both real and unreal, from residents, school children, and the diaspora
  • Gerry D’Arcy goes back in time
  • Jackie Mons, Master boat builder
  • Maurice O’Scannail’s encounter with a leopard
  • Oughterard’s impressive tractor run
  • Curlew Theatre returns to Oughterard
  • The African Waterweed invasion of Lough Corrib
  • Oughterard’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade sizzles
  • Oughterard’s new First Responders group
  • The Corrib News goes digital

REPORTS

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Corrib News & Oughterard Newsletter Summer 2024

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This is available as a pdf download, immediately available after purchase.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Brigit’s Garden celebrates its 20th birthday
  • Tales and poetry, both real and unreal, from residents, school children, and the diaspora
  • Tributes to the one-and-only Fr. Jimmy
  • Ireland’s oldest woman, Phyl Furness, celebrates her 109th birthday
  • The summer birds and butterflies to be found around Oughterard
  • Makers’ Market established in Oughterard
  • Heritage Week activities in Oughterard
  • Corrib Ramblers hit West Cork
  • Protecting your musculoskeletal health

REPORTS

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    & Community Groups

Corrib News & Oughterard Newsletter Winter 2023/24

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This is available as a pdf download, immediately available after purchase.

Highlights

  • Farewell to Mick Molloy,
    Oughterard’s Greatest
    Track Hero
  • Patricia Larkin and
    Oughterard celebrates Special
    Olympics success
  • Frank Murphy’s farewell to China
  • Oughterard Heritage wins Heritage Week award
  • Moyra’s mysterious antiques
  • Corrib Ramblers 25th Anniversary walk
  • Connemara Pony Breeders Society 100th year plaque
  • Geopark and Corrib Beo gain momentum
  • Tales, both real and unreal, and poetry from
    residents and the diaspora

REPORTS

  • Sports & Social Clubs, Schools, Churches,
    Health Practitioners, Local Businesses
    & Community Groups