On Sunday June 29 the Timahoe Heritage Centre officially opened. A large crowd attended including local politicians Paschal McEvoy and Padraig Fleming and information was giving to the large crowd by Roghan Headen. The centre contains the heritage of Timahoe including information on the Monastic settlement, the Christian site and the Round Tower and castle.
A great crowd turned out on Sunday June 29 for the annual Medley Day. The village green was peppered with children basking in the glorious sunshine while enjoying ice cream and fun and games. Adults also enjoyed novel attractions such as pot the rat, donkey derby, mouse racing and guessing how long a car ran for with no oil or water. Juvenile races, bouncing castles along with face painting was also provided for the very energetic local children. Music was performed from 6pm till late on a mobile stage off the village green and locals danced the night away outside in the summer sunset. Next year Medley Day is 60 years old.
Thanks to all who have helped keep the village clean and tidy, we have topped our section and are now in the Laois Tidy Towns competition.