The kids club continues weekly and the ladies as usual are going very well in their championship.
Timahoe GAA club are holding fundraising night at the dogs on August 22 next in Kilkenny racetrack. Tickets are €10 and all are welcome.
The village is looking beautiful lately and let’s keep it so by gathering litter and help to maintain your property as best you can.
We have received positive feedback from our judges.
The centre is open daily from 11am to 3pm and all are welcome to visit and learn more about our heritage in Timahoe, why not pack a picnic and kill a few hours with kids educating them on their environs and playing in the nearby park.
Adults €2 and kids/OAPs are free. A cup of tea and coffee can be also had if so desired.
Anyone interested in volunteering four hours on a Saturday or a Sunday in the Heritage Centre are encouraged to do so, the centre is busy and Saturday and Sundays are becoming popular.
If you can please help out all training Will be provided.
On August 25 as a part of Heritage Week celebrations there will be a display of local musical talent and storytelling to celebrate our Heritage in Timahoe.
Please come along if you can, it’s on from 8pm to 10pm.
Hard luck to Alison Miller and her Irish Rugby teammates on their World Cup semi final defeat to England last week.
Alison, of course, has very strong Timahoe connections, with her dad Bobby (RIP) lining out with distinction in the red and white of Timahoe and the blue and white of Laois. Alison is a talented athlete and we should be proud of her in Laois.
Well done to Sarah Culliton Of Ballinaclough who was crowned the Steam Queen recently at the 50th anniversary of the Steam Rally.
Sarah is also a talented rugby player and a leader in the Foroige Club, well done Sarah.