Mountrath Pioneer Association will hold their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday May 14 [tomorrow night] at 8.30pm in St, Fintan’s Community Hall. All are very welcome.


Mountrath Fine Gael Branch say thank you to the people of Mountrath/Castletown who so generously contributed to the National collection which was held at all church gates recently. Also many thanks to the people who stood at the gates and gave of their time.


The parents council is seeking interested parents, family, friends, past pupils, of the school to participate in a sponsored walk on Croagh Patrick on June 14 to raise funds to purchase new equipment for our local school that all children will benefit from. Anyone that would be interested please text your details to 086 4008629 or 087 7086580 transport will be provided on the day.


A Good Yarn Knitting Club meets in the library every Friday morning 10:30 - 12:30 am. Why not join us for a cuppa, good company guaranteed.


All ages wanted to join. Have fun and exercise. In Burkes Field, Shannon Rd, 6-7pm every Monday. Contact 085 1119550 for more information.


The Aware Support Group for people experiencing depression, anxiety, stress and other mood related conditions meets every Tuesday at 7.30pm in St. Peter and Pauls Parish Centre, Portlaoise. This service is free of charge, no referral is required and you do not need to book. If you require further information contact 01-6617211 or or the local Helpline 1890303302.


The sale of jam continues in Costcutters Mountrath and Phelan’s Shop Castletown. We would like to thank everyone for their support for this worthy cause by buying jam and donating fruit.


The outdoor gym in the local amenity park can be used by all ages. We would encourage all local clubs and groups to use this facility.


Mountrath Country Markets is open every Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon in The Macra Hall on Main Street. Come and see for yourself. To place an order phone 87 32510 or 8735368.


Dog fouling is a growing litter problem in the town, every path in the town is covered in its daily. It is a nightmare for walkers and a health hazard for young children. Local awareness to identify the dog owners responsible is required. Please contact the Council’s Free-phone litter hotline @ 1800 32 32 30 with specific details if witnessed i.e. name and address of dog owner, location, time and date.




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