Latest Laois News: News from around Durrow
COFFEE DOCK AT DUNNES:
Bloom Coffee are open from 9:30am-5pm everyday at Dunnes Garden Centre Durrow, do drop in!
WALKERS TAKE NOTE:
Please remember that dogs are required to be on a lead on the Leafy Loop walk in Durrow. Please remember that the walk crosses Private, Coillte and Farmland and all dogs are required to be on a lead throughout the route, without exception. For local walkers, if you see a dog off the lead, please do remind visitors that dogs need to be on a lead as although there is some signage reminding people, sometimes it can be missed and visitors may not be aware that dogs must be on a lead at all times.
THE HARPS GAA:
To all members of the Harps. With the ongoing health situation it is not possible to hold a Juvenile or Senior Club AGM. The matter will be reviewed by the end of current level 5 restrictions and it will be sought to hold the AGMs as soon as is safely possible. If anybody has any concerns they can contact a member of either committee. Joe Deegan & Brian Farrell.
LAOIS GAA COUNTY BOARD DRAW:
The Harps GAA club are appealing to their many supporters to get a ticket for the Laois County Board Draw 2021. With fundraising very difficult under Covid 19 restrictions the club needs all the support it can get. There are four draws taking place on 2nd April, 7th May, 4th June and 2nd July. Tickets cost €130 euro up front or €65 euro in two payments or €32.50 every month for four draws. Please support your club and tickets are available from all club members.
MUTT BAG DISPENSERS INSTALLED IN DURROW:
A handy information booklet for dog owners and their families is now available on www.laois.ie online. Also a reminder that if your dog ‘poops’ please clean up after it. We have installed ‘Mutt bag dispensers’ so you won’t be left short if you forget your bags. Also a reminder that dogs are required to be on a lead on the Leafy Loop walk in Durrow. Please remember that the walk crosses Private, Coillte and Farmland and all dogs are required to be on a lead throughout the route.
With the winter time in everyone is asked to keep an eye on their elderly neighbours. Call regularly to see if they need shopping, food or fuel to keep them warm in these very cold and damp days and nights. This is all the more important since Covid is here and older people are afraid to go out in case they get the dreaded virus. Also it’s important to make sure their houses are safe and keep a watch for strange cars/vans in your area. Contact the Gardaí if you see something unusual, do not approach any person/persons. Take care and be safe.
Your local Comhaltas branch, Spink Comhaltas, is successfully delivering Traditional Music classes to juniors and adults online. All instruments catered for. See www.spinkcomhaltas.ie online for more details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org by email.