August 5th 2018

The weekly ‘30’ Card Game continues in the Community Centre this Friday 10th August at 9pm. Thanks to the ladies for the teas last week. Catering on Fri 10th will be: Mary Jackman, Eleanor Power & Ann Jackman. On Fri 17th will be: Ann Foley, Margo O’Reilly, Mary Power & Dympna Bradley. On Fri 24th will be: Brigid Boland, Edel English & Fiona Power. On Fri 31st will be: Mary Delaney, Sheelagh Delaney, Catherine O’Rourke & Elizabeth Green. Proceeds going to Parish funds.
Card winners on Fri 27th July were: Terry McDonald, Paddy Finn, John Murphy, Tom Rochford, Betty O’Shea, Kay Whelan, Matty Sullivan & Pat Doyle.
The National Senior Track & Field Championships were held in Santry last weekend. Ryan Carthy Walsh retained his All-Ireland title with a jump of 2m in the Senior High Jump. Joe Mooney finished in 4th place in the senior 10km walk. Well done to both athletes on such great performances at senior level.
The next draw in the Adamstown Lotto takes place this Friday 10th August in the Community Centre for a Jackpot of €13,500. Do buy a ticket and be in with a chance.
The Lawlor family, Knockreigh would like to thank Coláiste Abbain for the use of their defibrillator in a recent incident.
Caring for Your Mental Health: Tuesday 7th August at 7pm
As part of the Healthy Ireland nationwide campaign, retired psychiatric nurse Niall O’Muiri will explore how teenagers and parents can speak frankly to each other about mental health issues. Niall is also a member of the board of directors of the Wexford Mental health Association.
Face Painting Workshop: Thursday 9th Aug 2pm – 8-12 yrs.
Every child loves getting their face painted and now they can learn this artistic skill themselves. Art teacher Karen Croke will guide children in this fantastic face-painting workshop.
Teddy Bears Picnic: Friday 10th August 11.30am
If you go down to the library today you’re sure of a big surprise. Bring your teddies and your picnic and join Patricia in Library Park for this extra special story time.
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A successful meeting of the newly formed Adamstown Tidy Towns was held in the Community Centre on Tuesday 10th July. The following roles were appointed: Chairperson – Lorna Komsa, Secretary – Patricia Quirke, Treasurer – Paul Cullen, PRO – Anne Marie O’Shea, Committee – Seamus Bradley, Philip Rothwell, Barry Dunne, Paddy Power, M.J. Booth and Paula Redmond. The first item on the agenda was to thank the Show Committee for allowing a stand at the recent 71st annual show. Thanks to all the supporters on the day who helped to raise €79.50. A petition for the completed installation of three streetlights on the footpath to the Fairfields estate is available for signing in Cullen’s Shop, please lend your support. The meeting concluded with the agreement of the general tidy up of the local green to be completed in the coming weeks
There will be a Social Dance in Adamstown Hall on Friday 24th August, music by Philip English, all proceeds will go to Sr. Helen. Tickets will go on sale soon costing €10
Last year’s dance raised €2,500 with donations of €470 total amount came to €2970, with this money Sr. Helen was able to do the following:

108 children had dental work done

5 children with disabilities had their special school fees paid.

9 deaf children had their school fees paid

1 well was constructed

48 adults had their cataracts removed

102 people had their medical and hospital bills paid and 50 widows were given agricultural support.

Looking forward to your support again this year.

Many thanks.


I would like to acknowledge the support of all those who attend the cards in Adamstown every week. Most are not from the Parish but they have all been indeed great benefactors of the Parish.

I am grateful to all those who kindly provide tea and refreshments to the players, these too are the best of benefactors by being ministers of hospitality. Our Lord said

even a cup of water will have its reward”. A special word of thanks to Liam Whelan, who facilitates the card each week and to Terry & Matt who also help out.

Many thanks - Fr. Nolan.


A sum of money was found in St. Abban’s Church on Sunday 29th July. Owner of same please contact Fr. Nolan on 053 924051