Feb

22

The reconvened AGM of Strandhill Development Association will take place at 8.30pm on  Thursday, 28th February in the Strand Bar.

Feb

21

Received these details from Cliodhna in the last few days – the winners of the Monster Draw organised by Strandhill Community Development Association for the development of Sport Facilities in the Parish. This took place before Christmas.

MONSTER DRAW RESULTS
PRIZE NAME ADDRESS

€50,000 CAR Rory Killian Coolaney
€ 2,000 John Tracey Lar Easa Cove
€1000 Holiday & €500 Patricia Egan Scarden Court
20″ Flat Screen TV & €100 Maura Gilligan Glen road
Mini Hotel Break & €100 Glen Kilfeather Gilroy Tiling
HOTEL MINI BREAK Brendan O’Neill Strandhill
David Kilrehill Knocknahur
€200 & Cat & Moon Set Roy Kilfeather Scarden
€ 200 Marie McTiernan
€ 200 Roe Finnegan, Woodville
€ 100 Michael Savage Breeogue
€ 100 Chris & M McKenna Westmeath
€ 100 Patricia McCarrick Tubbercurry
€ 100 Rita Cadden Kilmacowen
€ 100 Strand Bar Strandhill
€ 100 Steve Brennan Ballydoogan
€ 100 PJ & Sinead Gallagher Strandhill
€ 100 Patrick Murtagh Knocknarea
€ 100 Michael Keane Scarden
€ 100 Francie Kivlehan Culleenamore
CRYSTAL BRANDY GLASSES Fergus McCaffery Strandhill
Martin Gillen, Scardenbeg
Claire & M Watters Strandhill
Bryan Kilfeather Rosses Point
Jonathan Burns Strandhill
Colm Mullen, Harolds Cross
Shoes & Sports Sligo
Ena & John Lang Strandhill
Maura O’Boyle & Ciaran Foley Strandhill
CRYSTAL WHISKEY GLASSES
Domonic Quinn Ballygawley
Diane Middleton Strandhill
Laffey Family Strandhill
Aiden Nolan Strandhill
Liam & Laura Healy Knocknahur
Paul Colreavy Ballyconnell
Seamus Duffy IT Sligo
Joe Gildea Knocknahur
Teresa Phelan Strandhill
Christopher Taylor Rathanoragh
Rian McMorrow Strandhill
John O’Gorman – ESB
John Byrne Strandhill
CRYSTAL CHAMPAGNE FLUTES
Deirdre & Mark Eaton Strandhill
Patrick Gilmartin & Tom Rouse Kilmacowen
CRYSTAL WINE GLASSES
Patricia Murphy
Siobhan Tobin Strandhill
Noreen Gilligan Strandhill
Nora Haugh Sligo
Peter O’Reilly Strandhill
Eileen O’Connor Strandhill
Stephen Carty Tonaphubble
Rosie & Eddie Byrne Strandhill
Catherine McGaughan IT Sligo
Staff VOYA Seaweed Baths Strandhill
Evelyn & Andy Higgins Strandhill
Fidelma Martyn Knocknarea
CRYSTAL CANDLESTICKS
Pat & Helena Healy Knocknahur
Martha Des Cosgrove Knocknarea
Padraig Gaughan Ransboro
Aoife & Colm Langan Strandhill
John Foy Sligo
Brian Gilheany Strandhill
Francis Banks Kellystown

FRAMED MIRRORS
Tadgh Murphy Strandhill
Iain Cochraine Strandhill
Joe Gorman Lisheen
Frank Carroll Carrowdough
Colm Sheridan Breeogue
Warriors Festival Strandhill
Roy Kilfeather Scarden
James & Anita Murphy Strandhill
Joseph Monaghan Scanden Beg
Mary Blowick Strandhill
Madeline Lannigan Ransboro
Hugh Gallagher / Martin Daly Sligo
Mary Phelan Strandhill
Brian McDermott Barnasraghy
Fintan Smith Strandhill
Colm Sheridan Knocknahur
Kevin Cooney Knocknahur
Peter Galvin Strandhill
Thomas McSharry Leitrim
FRAMED PICTURES
Enyi Ezema Strandhill
Marie & Geoff Chrystal Knocknahur
Barry Doyle
Brian Devaney
Steve & Fiona Brennan Ballydoogan
Sophie Louise Carroll Rathfarnham
Austin O’Callaghan Drumcliffe
Leo & Yvonne Parkinson Carton Hill
John McKeogh Collooney
Strand Bar Strandhill
Powell Brennan McManus Rooney
WD Construction
John Duggan / Pat Walsh Sligo
Shane O’Neill Colooney
Helen & Fergal Conway Strandhill
Ciara Niland Strandhill
Brid O’Toole Strandhill

Feb

6

A little bit off-topic perhaps. Are people out there wondering the same thing as myself? The improvements – road widening and new pavements – between the first and second Sea Roads, is taking forever.

I stand to be corrected, but I believe this work to be in progress now at least 4 years. The current phase of development – new walls, pavements, etc – is ongoing for at least the last 18 months.

I wonder how many people actually ring the Borough Council and enquire as to finish dates for projects like this? Frustrated, I took some video footage on my mobile a few weeks back (travelling into Sligo town).

Disclaimer : Yes I know – I should not really be doing this while driving…

Feb

3

We are looking for interested individuals to contribute articles to the Strandhill Online website. If you are a local, a blow in, or even somebody associated with the area but living elsewhere – we would love to have your input.

As you can probably guess, we are interested in contributions on local news, events, history and heritage of the area and local issues; that’s what we have writing about up to now – maybe you have a different take?

Also, we are more than happy to publicise events that happening locally – fundraising campaigns, meetings and so on.

Even though we have had a few opinion pieces in the past – in the future, we will NOT be a soapbox for any specific side of an argument or debate; however, we are happy to link to places that articulate particular points of view on a topic.

Drop an email to info [at] strandhillonline.com and tell us what you would like to write about.

Feb

2

The closing date for applications for funding from the Sligo County Council Art Grants is 15th February.

The Sligo Arts eBulletin for February (download here) lists a range of ‘Calls for Applications’ for grants and bursary opportunities from the Sligo Arts Department, The Arts Council and others, that are relevant for individual artists as well as groups.

More info at www.sligoarts.ie.

Feb

1

This clothing collection flyer arrived in the letter box this morning – they’re really beginning to annoy me at this stage.

No charity number or indeed mention of charity – only the word “donation”. The mobile number or VAT registration number (why??) provided are not real.

These flyers are being collated by Donncha on clothing collection – these particular doves are down in Cork as well it seems.

If you really do want to give unwanted clothes to charity, then bring them to SVP or other recognised charity shop

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