Carrickmacross Tidy Towns Calendar for 2021 is on sale right now in Keegans, Birdy’s Newsagents and Cassidy’s Fuel station. We ask that you help support us for 2021 by purchasing one of our calendar’s. Most of all Please Support our Local Businesses if ever they needed support it is now.
Carrick Emmets 39th Annual Christmas Day Swim In aid of a Carrickmacross family; Mark & Sharon Baldwin and their sons Kurt (15) and Axel (7), who both have Muscular Dystrophy. All funds raised will go directly to the family to purchase much needed equipment and other resources to meet
Shortly after the local Tidy Town Committee launched Ireland’s first Deposit Return Reverse Vending Machine at the Market Square Shopping Centre in October 2019 it generated huge national interest. There were phone calls and emails from right across the country seeking information on how they could replicate Carrick’s novel idea.
Due to the ongoing changing state of lockdown in Autumn 2020 please support your local businesses by buying of their website or following them on social media, many are offering click and collect. If you are a local Carrickmacross business send your website address or Facebook address to firstname.lastname@example.org to
Countywide Quiz With Hundreds of Euro Worth Prizes Up for Grabs Monaghan Tourism has come up with a novel way to attract visitors this summer, at the same time encouraging locals to get out and about and explore the county in full. The Monaghan Quest – open to all –
The Government has announced a new €250m Restart Grant, which will give direct grant aid to micro and small businesses to help them with the costs associated with reopening and reemploying workers following COVID-19 closures. Direct grant aid of between €2,000 minimum and €10,000 based on commercial rates bill from
Thursday 9th April – Payments due for collection on Friday and Monday may be collected on Thursday, including OAP Pension. Good Friday 10th April – Post Office open until from 8am to 1pm with priority for OAPs from 8am to 9am. Payments due for collection on Friday and Monday may
As a result of the COVID 19 Virus many businesses in Carrickmacross have closed or have a working behind closed doors policy. This has caused great inconvenience to our customers, and many people living alone may not be able to get the supplies they need. Therefore the Chamber of Commerce
It is with great sadness that I must inform you of the sudden and untimely passing of our friend and colleague, Paul Mulligan, Ganger in the Castleblayney /Carrickmacross Municipal District. Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with Paul’s parents John and Teresa, his siblings and extended family at this extremely
Consultations took place on the 10th of March 2020 in the Carrickmacross Civic Office (a copy of the presentation made on the day can be found at www.carrickmacross.ie) and should anyone feel that they missed the opportunity to participate and would like to have their views heard that they can
St Patrick’s Day Parade 2020 Due to the unique nature and scale of the St Patrick’s Day festivities, in terms of size, the mass gathering of local and international travellers, and the continued progression of community transmission in some European countries, along with the emergence of a small number of
Ceantar Bardasach Carraig Mhachaire Rois – Baile Na LorganComhairle Contae Mhuineachain The Municipal District of Carrickmacross – CastleblayneyMonaghan County Council Monaghan Co. Council is proposing to introduce measures to restrict the movement of HGV’s (Heavy Goods Vehicles) through Main Street, Carrickmacross between the hours of 8am to 5am Monday
Car Parking Strategy Public Consultation Monaghan County Council has appointed AECOM as consultants to develop a Car Parking Strategy and Action Plan for Carrickmacross. An important strand of this study is to ensure the appropriate provision and location of car parking
What do we need for the wellbeing of the community of County Monaghan? That is the question Monaghan PPN will put to the public and to groups/organisations across the County. Developing a Vision for Community Wellbeing means thinking about what we have and what we need to help our County
Huge Appetite and Effort in the North East to Recycle Plastic Bottles People have travelled from all over the North East to recycle their plastic bottles. In an on the spot survey at the Plastic bottle Reverse Vending machine , users stated they were travelling from Drogheda, Cavan, Clones &
On Monday, 27th January 2020, the 6-acre Carrickmacross Workhouse site, including its Famine Graves, returned to community ownership when they were purchased by Monaghan Co. Council. Built in 1841, the first families were admitted to the Workhouse on 11th February 1843 – almost 177 years ago to the day. Since
Hot Desk spaces available through Enterprising Monaghan See enterprising Monaghan website here: enterprisingmonaghan.ie
Carrickmacross Tennis Club are having an information desk in Supervalu tomorrow Saturday from 10am – 4pm. We are looking for people interested in playing tennis to drop in to get an update on construction of courts for the club.
AECOM have developed a parking user survey on behalf of Monaghan County Council. The survey seeks to determine the views of parking users and should be completed by anyone who regularly parks in the town. Please find here the link to the car park user survey – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/8CTCFV2