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Boyle Community Notes 1/7/16

List of events for the Open Week are as follows: Tuesday 5th July ladies gala day 18 hole S/Ford and gents 9 hole S/Ford: Wednesday 6th July 18 hole scotch mixed foursomes gents ½ combined handicap: Thursday 7th gents 18 hole stroke ladies 9 hole S/Ford: Friday 8th July ladies and gents 9 hole S/Ford: Saturday 9th July fourball betterball any combination 9/10 of handicap and Sunday 10th July Ladies and gents 18 hole stroke. Bar and food are available each day. Online booking s available and for more information visit email [email protected] or call Michael on 086 864 5797.
Perennial Plant event in Boyle
Ardcarne Garden Centre will hold a Perennial Plant Event on Saturday 9th July from 11.30am until 12.30pm. Join perennial expert James Wickham and discover how to make the most of these easy, colourful and versatile plants in your garden. This is a free event but booking advisable. Tel: 07196 67091. Email: [email protected]

Boyle GAA club will hold a “Monster Auction” on Saturday 9th July in the Sports Complex in Boyle. Over 150 lots on offer including new and nearly new furniture, vouchers, green fees, signed jersey, tools and Manchester United Ticket and so much more.

The next meeting of the Curlew Walkers club will take place on Sunday 10th July, meeting on the Crescent, Boyle at 10am. The walk will be taking place at Carrowteigue and will be a clmb grade B. Your leaders for the day will be Sheila Gallagher 087 973 4531 and Naomi McBride on 087 674 3693. Please confirm times with leader or website prior to each walk

A 5k charity walk to help raise support for people impacted by Huntington’s Disease will take place in Lough Key Forest Park, Boyle on Saturday July 16th at 11am. Be good to your health and your heart by joining us on the day. Suggested donation €5 with all welcome to join in.

We are delighted to announce the Boyle Arts Festival Poetry Competition for 2016.
Prizes: €250 first prize plus 2 x €50 highly commended Closing Date June 30th
Shortlisted poems will be notified ahead of the awards which will be held on Saturday 30th July in King House, Boyle. Entry €5 per poem Entry form must accompany poems.
Entrants may submit as many poems as they wish The name of the entrant must not appear on the poem itself Poems, in English must be the unpublished, original work of the author Poems must be printed on one side of A4 paper, maximum length 40 lines
Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into Poems will not be returned. Poems will be judged by Ross Donlon Ross has published 7 collections of poetry and his poems have also appeared in journals in his native Australia, the United States and New Zealand as well as Ireland including Poetry Ireland and Crannog magazine. Ross has travelled to Europe many times in the past five years, enjoying residencies in Norway and Romania, and reading in several other countries, both at festivals and as a feature reader. He was the inaugural judge of the Castlemaine Poetry Prize which has been running since 2011.

The book up for discussion will be A Passage to India by G M Forster and will be taking place in the Boyle Library on Wednesday 13th July. New members to the book club are always most welcome.

The James (Lal) Woods Memorial Darts Competition will take place on Friday 29th July in the Moylurg Inn. First prize €150 plus memorial cup (sponsored by the Woods family) and second prize €100 (sponsored by the Woods family). All proceeds in aid of Roscommon Mayo Hospice. This will be an 8pm start with boards open from 7.30pm. Entry fee will be €10 per player with raffle and spot prizes on the night. For further information call 086 7342251.

Created by two artists in an intimate rural setting, this garden combines productivity, ornamental planting and permaculture. Winding grass paths lead to ponds, developing woodland and polytunnel, one jungle-themed, one for fruit and veg. With an eclectic mix of planting and sculpture, this 16 year old garden is still developing. Open11am until 5pm on Saturday 30th July, 21st August and 11 September. On R361 Boyle – Frenchpark, Right after Saddlers Inn. After approx 2.5km keep right on big bend, take 2nd lane on Right. Entrance just after first cottage. Saffron Thomas and Ian Stanley 086 869 1141 Ardsoran, Lisserlough, Boyle.

This summer’s FAI Summer Soccer Camp will take place in Celtic Park, Sligo Road, Boyle from August 8th to 12th. The camps cater for players of all abilities and participants are grouped according to ability and age to ensure that everyone gets the most out of being on a FAI Summer Soccer School. Camps run from 10.30am – 3pm from Monday to Friday. Beginners will learn the fundamental football skills needed to be a player and receive a fun and dynamic introduction to playing the beautiful game. More seasoned players will focus on more technical and skill-specific training and everyone will come together in the afternoon to participate in mini-leagues and small-sided games. The coaching programme for the week is fully aligned to our Player Development Plan and offers young players the opportunity to maximise their learning and development in a fun and safe environment whilst doing what every young football loves to do – SCORE GOALS!

The Market is open from 10am to 2pm each and every Saturday in the grounds of King House, Boyle. If you would like to enjoy the best locally grown fresh and organic produce, then a trip to Boyle Farmers’ Market on Saturday should be on your agenda. There is a wide range of seasonal produce, including organic fruit and vegetables, homemade jams and marmalade, organic free range eggs, fruit juices, gluten free/ sour dough/ spelt bread and all kinds of delicious home bakes are available every week. Alongside the food stalls are a number of crafters selling their handmade wares, personalized candles and knitwear. So why not come along and have a chat with the stall holders and avail of their ideas. For further information please a call Una Bhan on 071 9663 033.

Are you looking for a new job? Are you having difficulty putting together your CV? Would you like some help? Then why not call into the Úna Bhán office in the grounds of King House, Boyle, where we will be delighted to give you any help, advice or information we can. A good CV could make all the difference in getting your job application through to the interview stage. We have a template and sheet of helpful tips to guide you through the process. We will also type your CV if you cannot do this yourself. Or you may just want to call in for a chat about your CV. All information will be treated in the strictest of confidence. For more details, contact Úna Bhán Tourism on 071 9663033. We also offer office services such as Photo Copying, Scanning, Laminating, Typing, Faxing, Binding and Printing are carried out at the Una Bhan office in the grounds of King House, for further information please contact the office on 071 9663033.

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