More Out and About in Durrow

More Out and About in Durrow

SPINK COMHALTAS: Your local Comhaltas branch, Spink Comhaltas, is successfully delivering Traditional Music classes to juniors and adults online. All instruments catered for.  See online for more details or contact by email.

Spink branch of Comhaltas hosting this year's Laois Fleadh Ceoil

Spink branch of Comhaltas pictured hosting the Laois Fleadh Ceoil

DURROW PARISH MASS ON RADIO: Every Saturday night at 8pm the people of the parish can hear and participate in mass being celebrated by Fr. McGree from St. Tighearnach Church Cullohill. Tune into 106.8 FM to listen to the Mass.

CHURCH NEWS: Mass will be celebrated in the Holy Trinity Church, Durrow on Saturday nights at 7pm and on Sundays at 11.30am. With Level Three restrictions only 50 people are allowed to be in the Church for Masses and this means that the side-aisles will not be used. This number will be monitored by Gardaí and once the figure is reached the Door’s will be closed. Canon O’Doherty has arranged the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Mass times: On Christmas Eve there will be a Christmas Mass at 11am. This Mass is open to everyone but we especially want our Senior Citizens, people with medical conditions and their families to come. At the moment the restriction of 50 people allowed to attend at 8pm on Christmas Eve Mass which will be celebrating the birth of Our Lord. On Christmas Morning the Dawn Mass will be celebrated at 9am and the Christmas Day Mass at 11.30am. Have a Happy, Holy, Peaceful and Safe Christmas.

Durrow needs you!


***Appeal for Readers, Cleaners and Eucharistic Ministers: Readers and Cleaners are needed to assist the present group who are doing great work reading at Mass and cleaning the Church weekly in the Holy Trinity Church, Durrow. The rota for Readers is two Masses every six months and the readings are given to you once we receive them in the Church. For more details contact Martin Lawlor who coordinates the readers at (087) 2185839.
The Rota for the cleaners is a couple hours once a week for a month and it reoccurs every four to five months depending on the number of cleaners. The number of cleaners has dropped in the past year and we appeal to anyone who has two hours a week in the morning for a month rota maybe twice a year to contact Angela Drennan or any member of the cleaners to get your name added to the list. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
ST. TIGHEARNACH’S CHURCH CULLOHILL: Adoration every Thursday morning in St Tighearnach’s Church Cullohill from 9.45am to 10.45am. All are welcome.
All the latest news from Durrow

All the latest news from Durrow including Church services

CHURCH OF IRELAND SERVICES IN DURROW: For the first three Sundays in December (6th, 13th & 20th) there will be a service in St. Fintan’s Church, Durrow at 10.30 am. Christmas Day details to follow. Keep safe. Stay well.

ALONE: Calls to the ALONE National Support Line cost no more than a local call to a landline. Calls from Vodafone or landline bundles, PAYG bundles, and mobile contracts are free. Up until December 2019, phone providers did not include 0818 numbers in free call bundles, however since then, 0818 are included in any ‘free’ call bundles in a caller’s phone contract. ALONE is a member of the National Public Health Emergency COVID-19 Subgroup for Vulnerable People and is managing a national support line for older people with concerns regarding the Coronavirus and COVID-19. The COVID-19 Support Line for Older People ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024. To date, the ALONE COVID-19 Support Line has received in excess of 38,046 calls for support from vulnerable older people all over the country who need support, advice, or sometimes just reassurance.

Harps GAA: Standing tall on and off the field

Harps GAA News

LAOIS COUNTY COUNCIL – REPAIR AND RE-USE INITIATIVE: Businesses can get listed by registering for free at – For many, purchasing a new pc or new washing machine when an old one breaks is the norm. However, repair and reuse is often a cheaper and most certainly a more environmentally sustainable option.
THE HARPS GAA – IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS: Thinking of ordering club supporters clothing? Check out our new shop here online!