Mullinavat - Head and beard shave group raised a very healthy €9,600

HEAD AND beard SHAVE-Participants’ in a recent head and beard shave that was held in Mooney’s pub Mullinavat. The group raised a very healthy €9,600 and are grateful to all who sponsored them in this great fundraising night

HEAD AND beard SHAVE-Participants’ in a recent head and beard shave that was held in Mooney’s pub Mullinavat. The group raised a very healthy €9,600 and are grateful to all who sponsored them in this great fundraising night

MULLINAVAT GAA-With the National Hunt Festival in Cheltenham starting on Tuesday 12th March Mullinavat GAA are embarking on a fundraiser with a difference. It is called Fantasy Cheltenham and involves the player picking a horse in the first 4 races on the 4 days of Cheltenham. There are daily prizes on each of the days ranging from €400 to €100 and an overall prize of €2000 for the top tipster over the 4 days. This can be a great bit of fun even for those who don’t study the form day in day out. The cost of the ticket is €20 and you will be required to place your selections before 1pm each day of the festival. Points will be awarded to the horses who are placed 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th in each of the races.

Tickets for the fundraiser are available from any of the committee members and all the players have tickets. Your selections can be placed by e-mail, phone, text or at www.fantasycheltenham.ie. So why not get involved and have a bit of fun. Get your tickets and register and get studying the form.

MULLINAVAT PARENTS ASSOCIATION-The parents association of St Beacons National School are holding a fundraiser in St Marys parish hall Slieverue on Friday 8th of March at 8pm. The fundraiser is in the shape of a play and will be performed by the Eigse players. The play is entitled “Nil by Mouth” and is a two act comedy set in a hospital in the south east which is normally run on well oiled wheels. Wards are called after well known poets and confusion abounds as the ward names and some patients names are the same and also because some of the patients are suffering from memory loss.

On the particular weekend in question due to understaffing a minor mistake triggers a remarkable chain of events. Trolleys go through the wards like buses and to add to the confusion a government inspector arrives to check the viability of the hospital. In a strange twist of events he finds himself with sleeves rolled up and caring for the patients instead of inspecting the premises and procedures. Events round of with resuscitation and a resurrection.

This is guaranteed to be a great night’s entertainment and the Parents association would be delighted with your support. Tickets are available at all the shops in the village and from any of the Parents association committee. There will be free refreshments served during the interval and all this will take place on Friday the 8th of March commencing at 8pm

PARISH SCHOOLS ENROLLMENT-The national school in Bigwood are now taking enrolments for the 2013 -2014 year. For more information please contact the school at 051-885525 as soon as possible.