Breakfast Morning Presentation

On Friday 26th Edgeworthstown Traders and Tidy Towns members met up for the presentaion of a cheque for money raised from the Breakfast Morning and to thank all those who helped out with fundraising, cooking, serving and cleaning on the day. Thanks to Gerry Lynn and the Sportsmans Inn for hosting the occasion

Breakfast Morning 2017

So the last plate is washed and our Big Breakfast Morning is over for another year.
Firstly we wish to thank all the people who bought tickets and came this morning. It was great to see all the support from the community and we hope you all enjoyed the day.
Secondly we wish to thank all our suppliers:
Rawle’s Meat Market
Gilchrist Frozen Foods
Pat The Baker c/o Thomas Stakem
Enda Murphy Milk Agent
Floods Eggs
O’Halleran Eggs
Quinns Supply Stores
The Park House Hotel
The Green
St. Mary’s Childcare Campus
McCarricks Cash and Carry
Longford Credit Union
The Community Centre
Without you the day wouldn’t be possible.
And finally the biggest thanks to our volunteers on this morning because the day couldn’t have happened without any of you:
Our Chefs: Judy Kenny, Paula Hussey, Majella Mc Cauley and Ann Doyle.
Our Servers: Mary Doherty, Emma Belton, Laura Doyle, Majella Gogan, Emma Greene, Esther Grehan, Seamus Gilchriest and Kathleen McGrath, Martin Gilchrist, Tom Victory, Paddy Gogan and Harry Reynolds.
Our backroom team: Beatrice Flood, Michelle Ruske, Mary Greene, John McGerr, Eamon Cathy, Gerard Greene, Hugh Quinn, Gerry Lynn, Christopher Parker, Brigid Duffy, Mick Doyle, Tom Dooley, Thómas Victory, Maqbool, Muhammad and Jenny.
Also Mrs Donohoe and Maggie O’Hara for the loan of their cookers.
It was a fantastic day and the Traders Association and Tidy Towns would like to say a huge thank you to all involved.

Fun Run 2017

On Monday the 17th April we held our annual Fun Run – a 5K run/walk fundraiser in which thirty five people participated.

A big thank you the runners and walkers who came out for our Fun Run this morning. Congratulations to our winners
1st Man – Barry Finnan – 22:18
2nd Man – John Coyle – 22:32
1st Lady – Maggie Smith – 24:59
2nd Lady – Clare McEnroe – 27:10
1st Boy – Patrick Connell – 32:44
1st Girl – Abbey Purdy – 46:20

Mostrim Munch 2017

Along with the Edgeworthstown Traders we are out selling tickets for the Mostrim Munch – our fundraising breakfast.
But we are also handing out forms from Longford Credit Union. For those that don’t know – the Edgeworthstown Credit Union is a branch of the Longford Credit union and as a result has limited services to offer. The purpose of the form is to judge people’s interest in having a fully functional office in town that offers all the services that a credit union can.
The alternative is to close the office altogether and move all the functions to Longford.
There has been a lot of angry comments about the closure of the bank and the people of the town had no say in that decision. You have a say on the Credit Union – fill up the forms and return them to John Farrells. At the very least you might win a hamper.

Poster

Events 2017

Events for 2017 – more to be added – some items are subject to change of times and/or dates and some require more details to be added. Anyone who want to add an event can contact me.
http://edgeworthstown.net/calendar/

Craft Fair & Xmas Lights 2016

Sunday 4th December was the date of the second Craft fair held in Edgeworthstown, featuring forty stalls offering a variety of homemade food, arts and crafts. Santa Claus attended as well for the children. The Fair was held in Edgeworthstown Community Centre and was a great success.

On the same evening Tidy Towns members along with members of the Fire Brigade and Edgeworthstown Traders provided stewarding for the switching on of the Christmas Lights. A large crowd came out to support the event and Santa and Mrs Claus made an appearance as well. Leanne Keegan, who plays for Mostrim Ladies GAA team, and was on the Longford Ladies team that won an All-Ireland title earlier in the year did the honours and turned on the lights.

Photos from the day below

Best Premises Awards Night 2016

On Friday 18th we held our second annual awards night – hosted by Gerry Lynn and the Sportsmans Inn. We had a good attendance and Tom Dooley presented the prizes.

1st Place – Jack’s Corner House

2nd Place – Conefreys Pub

3rd Place – John Rawle’s butchers