Inagh Development are holding a disco in Inagh Community Hall on Sunday 19th April from 4 to 6p.m. to coincide with the launch of the DVD of President McAleese on her visit to Inagh. The DVD will be shown in the back room (away from the disco!) for all who would like to see and [...]
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Inagh Camogie Club organised a Duck Race and Easter Egg hunt on Easter Sunday.
Beginner Yoga classes will commence on March 18th, in the Ark Creche, and are open to all adults. To book, which must be done in advance, phone Edel on 086 365 6209. The classes held from 6.15pm to 7.30pm on Wednesdays.
Inagh Development plans to set up a Meals on Wheels service for the Inagh area. The meals available should cost in the range of €5-€7, with plans to commence the service in the coming summer. If you are interested in the service, or know someone who may be, please contact Ann, Mary or Maxine on [...]
Cloonanaha N.S. are to hold a fund-raising dance in the Ramblers Rest, Inagh, on Saturday, Feb 28th. Admission is €5 and light refreshments will be served. Raffles will also be held on the night.
Aerobics classes are starting on Monday the 19th Jan, in Inagh Hall, from 8.15pm to 9.15pm. Classes cost €60 for eight weeks and further information can be sought by calling Sarah on 087 959 1389.
What a difference a week makes! We will have to adjust to life without Fr. Hogan, but during these early days it is right to cherish our memories of a great and lovely man. There is so much I would like to say, but I’d like to wait a little while. One thing I have [...]
Inagh Youth Club have thanked all who helped them provide the annual Christmas tree at the crossroads in the village. Particular thanks goes to Jane Tottenham who provides the tree each year.
On behalf of all those who work behind the scenes to bring you Inagh.com, I’d like to wish you, and yours, a peaceful and happy Christmas.
Fr. Sean Sexton closed an amazing chapter in his life in September of this year when he retired from Clare Youth Service after four decades. He was educated in the National School in Lissycasey, St. Flannan’s College and then St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth where he earned a degree in Irish and Latin. Immediately after his [...]