Date: 26th DecemberVenue: Carrick Aces Athletics Track Time: 11am – 1pm or Virtual Due to Covid, the GOAL Mile will be slightly different this year with people invited to come & complete the distance at some stage between the hours of 11am & 1pm, and make a donation.This is a
Super excited for this pop-up Christmas Bakes in Red Door Café this Thursday morning 23rd!There will be delicious festive bakes and gift boxes from 10a.m to 2p.m approx. Get in early folks to avoid missing out as there will be limited amounts of each items on the menu. Macaroons, beautiful
The Song for Monaghan competition is looking for THE Monaghan Anthem. Its a long time coming, but now the time has come! We are building Brand Monaghan…. showcasing all that is great, inventive, positive and inspiring across our fab wee drumlin county. We wish to have a good, solid song
Shop Locally in Carrickmacross and get your Free Ticket to the €5000 Chamber of Commerce Draw. The draws for €1000 take place on Nov 27th, Dec 4th, Dec 11th, Dec 18th and Dec 23rd. The tickets can be placed in the Drum in the Market Square Shopping Centre.
Water quality in our rivers, lakes, groundwater, and coastal waters has deteriorated in recent years. We need urgent action to halt this decline and reverse the damage.The Local Authority Waters Programme (LAWPRO) are asking for your views and comments on what needs to happen for the next six-years that can
Carrick Community Allotments Ltd, situated in the heart of the town of Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan was established twelve years ago. It consists of a community orchard, sensory garden, vegetable plots, greenhouse and many other features. It is wonderful oasis of peace, colour and, in summer, abundance for all who visit.
Carrickmacross Tidy Town Committee are delighted with the results of the national competition today.Not only did they retain the Gold Medal for the 8th year in a row, they also won a Special Innovation award for the circular economy!This was for the Reverse Vending Machine for plastic bottles pilot project.This
The Christmas Lights Switch On Weekend will be very special this year! We have Santa arriving in Carrickmacross at the Shirley Arms at 6pm on Friday November 19th and the children will bring him up the town to turn on the lights with new friends Elsa and the Big Bears!
During this month, December and January, Cavan/Monaghan Education & Training Board, (CMETB), will commence the following course modules in Carrickmacross, Castleblayney and Monaghan Town: * Accounting (Manual and Computerised) – Level 5 * Business Administration – Level 5 * Childcare (Child Development, Creative Arts for Early Childcare, etc.) –
Carrickmacross-Castleblayney Municipal District Public Consultation – Proposed Parking Control Schemes Draft Carrickmacross Town Parking Control Scheme 2021 Draft Castleblayney Town Parking Control Scheme 2021 In accordance with Section 131A of and Schedule 14A to the Local Government Act 2001 (as inserted by section 21(3) and 21(4) of the Local Government
DEFIBRILLATOR outside WORKHOUSE Community Health Reminder:A monitored, public Defibrillator is located on the Shercock Road, outside the Entrance Gates to Carrickmacross Workhouse (EirCode A81 E372).The Defibrillator can be accessed 24-hours a day, all year.The easy-to-use Defibrillator is stored in an easy-to-open heated cabinet, and is checked weekly.Please spread the word
Interested in joining the North East Musical and Dramatic Society. NEMSYou have the option of auditioning for a lead role or being in the chorus and dancer. NOTE: No audition necessary for chorus and dancer.Rehearsals are due to start in Inver College on Tuesday, 2nd November at 8pm-10pm. The musical
Open Door Exhibition LaunchCulture NightFriday 17th Sept. 19:30 pmEveryone is welcome to attend. The limited capacity of 50 guests. As per Public Health Guidance at the time of the launch, refreshments may be served. “Reflections on the Past” is a body of work from a group of artists who have
Funding Announced for Shopfronts A new scheme aimed at giving the towns and villages of rural Ireland a facelift through refreshing the front of premises has this week been announced by Minister Heather Humphreys’ Department of Rural & Community Development. Streetscape Enhancement Initiative will provide funding to property owners to
Monaghan County Council in conjunction with The Paul Hogarth Company has developed a Draft Public Realm Spatial Plan for the village of Inniskeen. We now invite you to have your say and help us shape the Public Realm Spatial Plan so that it accurately reflects the needs of the village
Deric Ó h’Artagáin from Ireland AM, TV3 will be outside Market Square, Thursday 12th August, from 7am, with a second location of Lisanisk Lake by the Patrick Kavanagh Silhouette. # Let’s give him a warm (and hopefully ☀️) welcome!
Monaghan County Council in conjunction with The Paul Hogarth Company has developed a Draft Public Realm Spatial Plan for the village of Inniskeen. We now invite you to have your sayand help us shape the Public Realm Spatial Plan so that it accurately reflects the needs of the village both
Many people from Carrickmacross go to Lough Muckno so they may be interested in this event.Online Public Consultation Event to review Visioning Report for Lough Muckno Estate, Castleblayney, 12th August 2021. Click on the link for more information: monaghan.ie/online-public-consultation-event-to-review-visioning-report-for-lough-muckno-estate-castleblayney/
Monaghan County Council proposes to install CCTV cameras on Main Street and St. Macartan Terrace in Carrickmacross Town. The purpose of this measure is to deter anti-social behaviour and prevent crime thereby providing a safer environment for the benefit of the whole community. It is proposed to install 24 CCTV
Innovating Communities, is a project led by Monaghan Integrated Development here in County Monaghan. The project’s online Idea Generation Workshop for Carrickmacross and Surrounds on Monday 26th July at 7.30-8pm. Register at www.eventbrite.com/e/161796392365 What ideas do you have for Carrickmacross and its surrounding areas? Bring them to this quick 30
We offer emotional support and rehabilitation training to adults and children with sight loss, helping them live independently and confidently in the community We rely heavily on volunteers to help out in the shop and support the life changing services we provide. We are currently looking for volunteers to give