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25
November
2016

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

  • Title: Blackstairs Film Group Present Happy Feet
  • Venue: Borris Library
  • Start Date/Time: 26/11/2016, 10:45
  • Details: Pop along to Borris Library to see Happy Feet during the Blackstairs Film Festival

  • Title: New Chapters Exhibition by Mary Clare Nolan & Pat Grassick
  • Venue: Shaw Room, Carlow Library
  • Start Date/Time: 29/11/2016, 09:45
  • Details: Local artists Pat Grassick and Mary Clare Nolan will show their work in the Shaw Room of Carlow Library from 29th November to 3rd December during Library opening hours.

  • Title: The UCD Library and Archives Kevin Barry Digital Collection Display at Carlow College
  • Venue: Carlow College
  • Start Date/Time: 28/11/2016, 09:00
  • Details: Ninety-six years ago on November 1st Carlow man Kevin Barry was executed in Mountjoy Gaol for his role in the Irish ‘War of Independence’. UCD Library and UCD Archives have digitised two wonderful and evocative collections, honouring one of Irish history's young heroes. A travelling exhibition of four information panels about Kevin Barry and the digital collection will be on display in Carlow College, St Patrick’s, College Street, until 28 November, Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. The exhibition is being organised in association with Carlow County Museum. A public lecture on ‘Kevin Barry and his World’ will take place in Cobden Hall, Carlow College on Monday, 28th November 1.45pm - 3pm. The lecture will be given by Professor Eunan O’Halpin, Professor of Contemporary Irish History at Trinity College Dublin. He is a grand nephew of Kevin Barry Monday- Friday, 9.00 – 17.00

  • Title: 1916 Commemorative Stained Glass Mural by artist Peadar Lamb
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 28/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: As a lasting legacy of the Carlow Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme, this innovative and unique contemporary stained glass mural illustrates a Carlow narrative showing some key Carlow figures such as Micheál O’Hanrahan who grew up on Tullow Street and Nurse Margaret Kehoe from Leighlinbridge who lost her life on Easter Monday 1916, and tells of the role they played in 1916. Rich in symbolism the piece was created by Peadar Lamb, an artist working primarily in the medium of stained glass for over twenty years, using hand-made glass and a variety of techniques which have changed little over the centuries. Well worth a visit, Admission to the Museum as always is free! Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm; Sundays & Banks Holidays 2.00pm - 4.30pm Monday- Saturday 10.00-16.30

  • Title: The Quiet Revolution - 70th Anniversary of Rural Electrification Exhibition
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 28/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: The Rural Electrification Scheme has been described as one of the greatest social and economic developments in twentieth-century Ireland. This exhibition explores the bringing of the light to Carlow, from the first public lighting in 1891, to the implementation of rural electrification in the area (1947-1963) and has a focus on Paddy Dowling, Carlow Person of the 20th Century. The Quiet Revolution Exhibition has been developed in association with the E.S.B.. Admission is free. Monday- Saturday 10.00-16.30

  • Title: Carlow Farmers Market
  • Venue: Potato Market Carlow
  • Start Date/Time: 26/11/2016, 09:00
  • Details: Carlow Farmers Market is held every week in the centre of Carlow Town (at the old Potato Market beside the main town-centre Car Park) and there are a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public.

  • Title: ABBA FOREVER: The Christmas Show
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 25/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: “ABBA FOREVER” The Christmas Show, returns to VISUAL,Carlow for a 7th recording breaking year, making it one of our most popular shows ever! The long lasting appeal of this happy singalong tribute, comes from ABBA’s brilliant pop songs, but also the vocals and musical talent of the performers, making this Christmas show a real excuse for a party! From Waterloo to Dancing Queen expect a dazzling performance including the most iconic hits, Mamma Mia, S.O.S, Money, Money Money, The Winner Takes All, Gimme Gimme, Gimme and many, many more! So get your gladrags on, don the dancing boots and come to the best party in town. You’ll be rockin’ in the aisles! The perfect way to start your Christmas celebrations! Tickets: €22/20conc

  • Title: Bobby Sands: 66 Days
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 30/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: Brendan J Byrne. Ireland, Denmark, Sweden 2016, 105 mins Cert: CLUB. Language: English In the spring of 1981 Irish Republican Bobby Sands’ 66-day hunger strike brought the attention of the world to his cause. Drawing on an Irish Republican tradition of martyrdom, Sands’ emotive, non-violent protest – he wished to be classified as a political prisoner – became a defining moment in 20th century Irish history. Sands’ death after 66 days marked a turning point in the relationship between Britain and Ireland, and brought a global spotlight to the Northern Irish conflict – which eventually triggered international efforts to resolve it. Bobby Sands: 66 Days is a major feature length documentary exploring Sands’ remarkable life and death, 35 years on from his ultimate sacrifice. The spine of the film is comprised of Sands’ own words, drawn from his hunger strike diary – a unique insight into the man and his beliefs as he embarked on his final journey.)

11 2016

Written by: Carlow County Council Categories: Community Notices, Carlow County Council

21
November
2016

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Written by: Tipperary County Council Categories: Community Notices

18
November
2016

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

  • Title: The UCD Library and Archives Kevin Barry Digital Collection Display at Carlow College
  • Venue: Carlow College
  • Start Date/Time: 18/11/2016, 09:00
  • Details: Ninety-six years ago on November 1st Carlow man Kevin Barry was executed in Mountjoy Gaol for his role in the Irish ‘War of Independence’. UCD Library and UCD Archives have digitised two wonderful and evocative collections, honouring one of Irish history's young heroes. A travelling exhibition of four information panels about Kevin Barry and the digital collection will be on display in Carlow College, St Patrick’s, College Street, until 28 November, Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. The exhibition is being organised in association with Carlow County Museum. A public lecture on ‘Kevin Barry and his World’ will take place in Cobden Hall, Carlow College on Monday, 28th November 1.45pm - 3pm. The lecture will be given by Professor Eunan O’Halpin, Professor of Contemporary Irish History at Trinity College Dublin. He is a grand nephew of Kevin Barry

  • Title: 1916 Commemorative Stained Glass Mural by artist Peadar Lamb
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 18/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: As a lasting legacy of the Carlow Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme, this innovative and unique contemporary stained glass mural illustrates a Carlow narrative showing some key Carlow figures such as Micheál O’Hanrahan who grew up on Tullow Street and Nurse Margaret Kehoe from Leighlinbridge who lost her life on Easter Monday 1916, and tells of the role they played in 1916. Rich in symbolism the piece was created by Peadar Lamb, an artist working primarily in the medium of stained glass for over twenty years, using hand-made glass and a variety of techniques which have changed little over the centuries. Well worth a visit, Admission to the Museum as always is free! Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm; Sundays & Banks Holidays 2.00pm - 4.30pm

  • Title: The Quiet Revolution - 70th Anniversary of Rural Electrification Exhibition
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 18/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: The Rural Electrification Scheme has been described as one of the greatest social and economic developments in twentieth-century Ireland. This exhibition explores the bringing of the light to Carlow, from the first public lighting in 1891, to the implementation of rural electrification in the area (1947-1963) and has a focus on Paddy Dowling, Carlow Person of the 20th Century. The Quiet Revolution Exhibition has been developed in association with the E.S.B.. Admission is free. Monday- Saturday 10.00-16.30

  • Title: Wildflowers and biodiversity, The Irish experience
  • Venue: Carlow Town Hall
  • Start Date/Time: 23/11/2016, 19:30
  • Details: The Environment Department of Carlow County Council are hosting a FREE Biodiversity / Wildflower workshop This workshop will be facilitated by Sandro Cafolla from Design by nature and will cover all aspects of native Irish Wildflowers and how to encourage our native wildlife back into our gardens, villages and Towns. The workshop, entitled Wildflowers and biodiversity, The Irish experience. Will cover a broad range of areas including Sowing wildflower seeds Maintenance, Growing wildflowers in community for pollinators and the National Pollinator plan

  • Title: The Winter Dress
  • Venue: GB Shaw Bar at Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 19/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: The Winter Dress is a Christmas tale of a dress maker and a scribe who meet in Wells, County Carlow on their way to Kilkenny in the winter of 1348. They share their stories to shorten the journey but one of them is carrying more than a gift to the city. This is a drama about life, love and laughter in the face of the Black Death written by Angela Keogh and performed by Angela Keogh and John MacKenna Tickets: €10

  • Title: Carlow Writers Co Operative
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 23/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: ‘To speak on their behalf in my own tongue’, this line from Seamus Heaney’s poem ‘From the Republic of Conscience’ has inspired the Carlow Writer’s Co-Operative to reflect on the nature of living in the world in these troubled times. Written to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Amnesty International, Heaney urges us to always speak in conscience. There are many rich phrases in the poem: ‘to heal dumbness and avert the evil eye’, ‘your systems of creeping privilege disappeared’, ‘he dreamt his solitude was endless’, ‘I was now a dual citizen’, to ‘No ambassador would ever be relieved’. These lines have inspired members of the Co-Operative to pen their own. Join the Carlow Writers’ Co-Operative, many of whom are just back from a U.S. tour of mid-western towns, colleges, and the city of Chicago, to hear their thoughts as they reflect on the world we live in today. Accompanied by music, and with wine and light refreshments, this promises to be a night that will move, enrapture, and disturb. Tickets: €10

11 2016

Written by: Carlow County Council Categories: Community Notices, Carlow County Council

08
November
2016

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Written by: Waterford City & County Council Categories: Community Notices

04
November
2016

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

  • Title: Feast of St Willibrord, Patron Saint of Luxembourg Service and Lecture
  • Venue: St Laserian’s Cathedral, Old Leighlin
  • Start Date/Time: 11/11/2016, 19:00
  • Details: : Celebrate the Feast of St Willibrord, Patron Saint of Luxembourg and his Co. Carlow connection in St Laserian’s Cathedral, Old Leighlin on Monday 7th November at 7.00pm with an ecumenical service led by the Right Reverend Michael Burrows, Bishop of Ossory, Cashel, Ferns, Lismore, Waterford and Leighlin and the Most Reverend Denis Nulty, Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin. This will be followed by a Lecture by Professor Dáibhí Ó Cróinín, Department of History, NUI Galway on Clonmelsh, Willibrord, and Carlow's Contribution to the Anglo-Saxon mission on the continent in the 8th century. All are welcome to attend.

  • Title: The UCD Library and Archives Kevin Barry Digital Collection Display at Carlow College
  • Venue: Carlow College, College Street, Carlow Town
  • Start Date/Time: 04/11/2016, 09:00
  • Details: Ninety-six years ago on November 1st Carlow man Kevin Barry was executed in Mountjoy Gaol for his role in the Irish ‘War of Independence’. UCD Library and UCD Archives have digitised two wonderful and evocative collections, honouring one of Irish history's young heroes. A travelling exhibition of four information panels about Kevin Barry and the digital collection will be on display in Carlow College, St Patrick’s, College Street, Carlow Town from 25 October to 28 November from Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. The exhibition is being organised in association with Carlow County Museum. Monday- Friday, 9.00 – 17.00

  • Title: 1916 Commemorative Stained Glass Mural by artist Peadar Lamb
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 04/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: As a lasting legacy of the Carlow Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme, this innovative and unique contemporary stained glass mural illustrates a Carlow narrative showing some key Carlow figures such as Micheál O’Hanrahan who grew up on Tullow Street and Nurse Margaret Kehoe from Leighlinbridge who lost her life on Easter Monday 1916, and tells of the role they played in 1916. Rich in symbolism the piece was created by Peadar Lamb, an artist working primarily in the medium of stained glass for over twenty years, using hand-made glass and a variety of techniques which have changed little over the centuries. Well worth a visit, Admission to the Museum as always is free! Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm; Sundays & Banks Holidays 2.00pm - 4.30pm

  • Title: JACK L: The King of Soho
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 04/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: Jack L returns to Carlow this November for another knock-out show. With an all new album “The King Of Soho” his first self -penned album in 5 years, he will treat you to many songs from this terrific collection. Come and meet The King of Soho and other intriguing characters from his vivid imagination! And none more vivid then himself! Kildare native Jack Lukeman is one of Ireland’s most respected and best loved performers. Described as ‘a mixture of all the great voices of the 20th century’ (The Guardian), few can match his award-winning powerhouse vocals and inventive live shows. Jack continues to capture the imagination of the Irish public with his electric live shows. “As with all great shows, it’s over too soon” - Edinburgh Evening News 2013 “A gorgeous, versatile Baritone” - The Washington Post “Jack L’s voice is an irresistible force of nature” - Joanna Braniff, Irish News.

  • Title: Celebrating Christie Hennessy
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 05/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: One of Ireland’s most beloved singer-songwriters, Christie Hennessy delighted audiences at home and abroad until his tragic and untimely death in 2007. In this all-new show, celebrated entertainer Aonghus McAnally brings the Hennessy songbook to life with his uncanny recreation of his close friend Christie’s voice and guitar playing. Featuring all his best loved hits – Messenger Boy, Jealous Heart, Don’t Forget Your Shovel, If You Were To Fall, All The Lies That You Told Me, and the iconic Roll Back The Clouds – come and experience the storytelling brilliance of Christie Hennessy for one more night of his magical music. €22/20

  • Title: The Weather Watchers
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 06/11/2016, 14:00
  • Details: A drop of sunshine, a sprinkle of rain, a dollop of snow and a whoosh of wind. Here at the Weather Station the Weather Watchers are very busy putting the final touches to their new machine and they need the children's help! Together with the children the Weather Watchers will investigate and capture all sorts of weather and add them to the mix with magical results. This is a new work from our Theatre Artist in Residence. Joanna Williams created with Drama Facilitator Joanna Parkes. An interactive experience, using story, drama and multi-sensory play for 3 to 5 year olds. Sun 6th Nov, 2pm & 3.30pm Tickets: €5

  • Title: The Shining
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 08/11/2016, 20:00
  • Details: A family heads to an isolated hotel for the winter where an evil and spiritual presence influences the father into violence, while his psychic son sees horrific forebodings from the past and of the future Tues 8th Nov 8pm, Tickets: €8/6conc

  • Title: Voyage
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 10/11/2016, 09:30
  • Details: Thurs 10th Nov 9.30am & 12.00pm Tickets: €6 & Teachers go Free The Tide is high, the wind is blowing and adventure is calling! Get ready for ropes, pulleys and power tools, wild stories, ferocious storms and far off lands. With their unique style and signature charm, Monkeyshine create an astonishing world where nothing is quite what it seems and life becomes a miraculous journey. Inspired by Jonathan Swift’s fantastic tales of Gulliver’s Travels. Voyage is an electrifying, big hearted epic for everyone over eight. Monkeyshine shows sell out throughout the country so book early to avoid disappointment. Produced by Monkeyshine Theatre in partnership with the Strollers Touring Network.

  • Title: The Quiet Revolution - 70th Anniversary of Rural Electrification Exhibition
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 04/11/2016, 10:00
  • Details: The Rural Electrification Scheme has been described as one of the greatest social and economic developments in twentieth-century Ireland. This exhibition explores the bringing of the light to Carlow, from the first public lighting in 1891, to the implementation of rural electrification in the area (1947-1963) and has a focus on Paddy Dowling, Carlow Person of the 20th Century. The Quiet Revolution Exhibition has been developed in association with the E.S.B.. Admission is free. Monday- Saturday 10.00-16.30

11 2016

Written by: Carlow County Council Categories: Community Notices, Carlow County Council

28
October
2016

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

Weekly Community Event list, issued by Carlow County Council

  • Title: Crafts with Carmel
  • Venue: Carlow County Library
  • Start Date/Time: 01/11/2016, 11:30
  • Details: Autumn craft session with carmel for children between 2nd-5th class call 059 9129701 to book

  • Title: Crafts with Carmel
  • Venue: Carlow County Library
  • Start Date/Time: 02/11/2016, 11:30
  • Details: Autumn craft session with carmel for children between 2nd-5th class call 059 9129701 to book

  • Title: Crafts with Carmel
  • Venue: Carlow County Library
  • Start Date/Time: 03/11/2016, 11:30
  • Details: Autumn craft session with carmel for children between 2nd-5th class call 059 9129701 to book

  • Title: Crafts with Carmel
  • Venue: Carlow County Library
  • Start Date/Time: 03/11/2016, 13:00
  • Details: Autumn craft session with carmel for children younger children call 059 9129701 to book

  • Title: The Plough and the Stars
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 20:00
  • Details: Set amid the tumult of the Easter Rising, The Plough and the Stars is the story of ordinary lives ripped apart by the idealism of the time. The residents of a Dublin tenement shelter from the violence that sweeps through the city’s streets. A revolution that will shape the country’s future rages around them. What kind of Ireland awaits them? When The Plough and the Stars was first performed at the Abbey Theatre in 1926 the audience rioted. Now regarded as a masterpiece, Sean O'Casey's provocative play is an essential part of our understanding of 1916. By kind permission of Samuel French. Carlow Little Theatre Society return to VISUAL, Carlow with their commemoration of the rising, some ten years after the society last performed the play and fifty years after they performed The Plough and the Stars on the 50th anniversary of the rising in 1966. With Rory Moran jnr as Jack Clitheroe, Siobhan Roche as Nora Clitheroe, John Hickey as Peter Flynn, Derek Keating as the Young Covey, Mary Doyle as Bessie Burgess, Pauline Hayes as Mrs Gogan, Sophia Lawler as Mollser Gogan, Rory Moran snr as Fluther Good, Derek Egan as Lieutenant Langon, Larry McNally as Captain Brennan, Paul Dunne as Corporal Stoddard, Andy Yule as Sergeant Tinley, Gillian Doyle as Rosie Redmond, Tony Corcoran as the Bartender, Marie Moore as the upper class woman from Rathmines and Dan McInerney as The Portrait In The Window.

  • Title: Dance Republic: Our Show 2016
  • Venue: Visual
  • Start Date/Time: 30/10/2016, 12:00
  • Details: Sun 30th Oct, 12pm, 3.30pm & 7pm Tickets: €15/10conc Our show will feature students from our branches in counties Carlow, Kilkenny, Kildare, Wicklow and Laois. A 90 minute showcase of talent, technique and creativity we look forward to our students taking to the stage and doing what they love most.

  • Title: Halloween Train at Rathwood 22nd - 31st October 2016
  • Venue: Rathwood
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 14:00
  • Details: xperience Halloween as never before on board the Halloween Train at Rathwood. The Halloween Train takes children on a magical journey where they’ll meet some spooky characters including Winnie Witch and friendly creatures. Travel back to a time when goblins and fairies roamed freely in Rath Wood on board the Halloween Train. Then search for the pumpkin patch hidden deep in the woods. Collect your free pumpkin and bring it back on the train to have it carved with the help of the witches Children also get to see the Enchanted Tree where fairies have set up their playground, it’s miniature door and windows allowing access only to the ‘little people’.

  • Title: Halloween at Huntington Castle 27th – 31st October 2016
  • Venue: Huntington Castle Clonegall
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 16:00
  • Details: Halloween at Huntington Castle features a spookfest like no other at a genuine haunted castle! Features a ghostly guided tour with ghosts, ghouls and screams. Family tours suitable for under 12’s are available as well as over 12’s / adult tours only. Advance booking required. Bring your own torch and wear a costume. Children's tour 4pm-6pm Adult tour 6.30pm-9.30pm

  • Title: Spooktastic Spookley at Arboretum Carlow
  • Venue: Arboretum Carlow
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 16:00
  • Details: Tickets €5 per child Arboretum have a fantastic Spooktastic event planned for the little ones this Halloween! A storytelling event with a difference! Join Spookley the square pumpkin who delivers a heart-warming anti-bullying message. The legend of Spookeley is fun for all the family. Spookley gets shunned by all the round pumpkins for being square until a mighty storm threatens to destroy the entire pumpkin patch and only Spookley with his unique shape can save the day – sometimes it’s good to be different! Narrated this year by Arboretum’s very own story teller Danny Curry there will be lots of fun spooky surprises too! So join us at Arboretum this Halloween for a boo-rilliant family fun event! Tickets are €5 per child & use your ticket to get a free hot chocolate with marshmallows in Rachel’s Garden Cafe after the story telling. Book online, in-store or call 059 97 21558 http://www.arboretum.ie/Spookley-29th-October-12%3A00-SPOOKLEYOct29th12%3A00/ Pre-booking is essential as spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment

  • Title: Halloween Festival at Delta Sensory Gardens on Saturday 29th October 2016
  • Venue: Delta Sensory Gardens Carlow
  • Start Date/Time: 29/10/2016, 14:00
  • Details: Halloween games, ghosts, ghouls and much more…. Lots of Wicked & Wonderful things that will make you jump in the gardens Prizes for best costume on the day!!!!

  • Title: Carlow Farmers Market
  • Venue: Potato Market Carlow
  • Start Date/Time: 29/10/2016, 09:00
  • Details: Carlow Farmers Market is held every week in the centre of Carlow Town (at the old Potato Market beside the main town-centre Car Park) and there are a wide variety of producers selling their fresh produce to the general public

  • Title: 1916 Commemorative Stained Glass Mural by artist Peadar Lamb
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 10:00
  • Details: Monday- Saturday 10.00-16.30 As a lasting legacy of the Carlow Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme, this innovative and unique contemporary stained glass mural illustrates a Carlow narrative showing some key Carlow figures such as Micheál O’Hanrahan who grew up on Tullow Street and Nurse Margaret Kehoe from Leighlinbridge who lost her life on Easter Monday 1916, and tells of the role they played in 1916. Rich in symbolism the piece was created by Peadar Lamb, an artist working primarily in the medium of stained glass for over twenty years, using hand-made glass and a variety of techniques which have changed little over the centuries. Well worth a visit, Admission to the Museum as always is free! Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.00am - 5.00pm; Sundays & Banks Holidays 2.00pm - 4.30pm

  • Title: The Quiet Revolution - 70th Anniversary of Rural Electrification Exhibition
  • Venue: Carlow County Museum
  • Start Date/Time: 28/10/2016, 10:00
  • Details: The Rural Electrification Scheme has been described as one of the greatest social and economic developments in twentieth-century Ireland. This exhibition explores the bringing of the light to Carlow, from the first public lighting in 1891, to the implementation of rural electrification in the area (1947-1963) and has a focus on Paddy Dowling, Carlow Person of the 20th Century. The Quiet Revolution Exhibition has been developed in association with the E.S.B.. Admission is free.

10 2016

Written by: Carlow County Council Categories: Community Notices, Carlow County Council

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