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Notices for Sunday 13 October

1 Thank you to all those who made the Harvest Thanksgiving Service such a success last week. Thank you to those who decorated, cleaned, and contributed to the wonderful celebration. The food and blankets collected all were delivered to Cork Simon, and the funds collected went in support of the Church Mission Society Ireland.

2 The After School Kids Club continues this Tuesday, 15 October from 3:30 until 5 pm in the Side Hall of Ballydehob Community Hall, all primary school children welcome and the cost is €2.00 per child. The club is composed of Games, Bible Stories, Songs and Music, LEGO activities and challenges, arts and crafts, Snack and lots of fun! For More Information Please Contact Rev. Steve McCann 087 147 8300 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Esther Stevenson 086 8442954 The dates of the club up until Christmas are: Tuesday 15th October; Tuesday 5th November; Tuesday 19th November; Tuesday 3rd December.

3 On Thursday morning the 17th of October there will be no Holy Communion Service in Ballydehob.

4 Anyone interested in being Confirmed in 2020 should contact me as soon as possible. This includes young people and adults.


Saint Anne’s Hospital in Skibbereen: The residents of St. Anne’s Hospital Skibbereen would appreciate visits from Volunteers for social interaction, to read or discuss the newspaper, play cards, play bingo, sing a song, play the piano, assist with outings or be innovative in doing something new. For further details, you are welcome to contact Ms Tara O’Donovan, Clinical Nurse Manager, on Tel. 028-38132.

Cancer Connect is a brilliant initiative between West Cork Rural Transport and the hospitals in Cork City. A rare occasion of the left hand and the right hand actually working together. People who need radiotherapy have to receive a 10-minute treatment every day for 35 days. This radiotherapy can only be administered in The Regional Hospital in Cork, so a really tiresome daily trek is needed. The West Cork Rural Transport provide a daily mini-bus service from Goleen along the N71 to Cork which is free to any patient requiring this treatment. The really excellent part of this is that the Regional Hospital ensure that any patients from West Cork will receive their treatment between noon and 1pm.

A further service is now in place whereby patients requiring chemotherapy and other cancer treatments can avail of a private car and driver. The drivers of both services are volunteers, and so far more than 300 trips to Cork Hospitals have been provided. If you feel you can help with driving, once a month is all that is needed, please contact Helen on 027 52727. Or if you know of any patients who may find the service of use, please call Helen on 027 52727. The proceeds of the Pancake Day coffee morning were donated to this excellent service.

The Aughadown Church Hall If you know of anyone who is having a party, family gathering, wedding reception, children’s party, and are looking for a venue, please suggest the Church Hall at Church Cross. It comes with a well equipped kitchen; good parking; lots of space outside if you have youngsters wanting to run about and let off steam, and is very reasonable to hire.

The Aughadown Walking Group meets every Monday and Thursday at 10am at the GAA Community Hall at Church Cross. All are welcome to join the Group for a walk. The walk lasts about 40 minutes along local lanes, all of which are fairly flat and sheltered. It is not a route march, a race or over-strenuous, but an opportunity to get fit and socialise. There is no charge and for further information please call Brigid O’Brien on 38132.