Church table quiz at Bree Galbally
CHURCH TABLE QUIZ
A fundraising table quiz in aid of St John's Church, Clonmore will be held this Friday night October 28 at 7.30pm in Enniscorthy Rugby Club. Light Refreshments will be available. All support would be greatly appreciated.
BREE HALLOWEEN DISCO
Bri Beag will host a Halloween Disco this Friday October 28 in Bree Hall from 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. The cost is €3 per child with refreshments/tea/coffee available. Primary school children are welcome to attend the Disco also.
BREE YOUTH CLUB
A reminder that the Senior Disco is on October 28 and all those attending must be at Bree community centre for the bus at 8.15 p.m. The Juniors will also be partying on the evening of October 28 as they will be having a ''Spooky Story' Halloween party. Remember to bring your scariest tales and costumes.
A night of music and craic will be held in Byrnes of Bree this Sunday October 30 at 8.30 p.m. to raise funds for the Handball Club. Tickets are on sale at €5 each with door prizes and raffle on the night. Your support would be much appreciated.
Anyone interested in taking part in Yoga classes in Bree Community Centre is asked to contact Elaine in the Parish Office at 053 9247613 or tutor Anne Jordan at 087 2926465. A set of five classes which run for an hour and quarter each cost €60.
It is hoped to run Readoiri Talent Competitions at Diocesan and Leinster levels for Pioneers over 18. For further information please contact Eddie Dunne at 053 9247882.
Athletic Training, for registered members, has resumed on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8pm in the lower field. Cost is €2 per session.
CHESS AND DRAUGHTS
Bree Davidstown Community Games Chess and Draughts Lessons have resumed on Tuesday nights from 7-9pm in Bree Hall. All children from 8 years to 16 years are welcome. Cost is €1.
PIONEER DINNER DANCE
The Ferns Diocesan Pioneer Dinner Dance will take place on November 9th at the Riverside Park Hotel, Enniscorthy. Tickets are now available from Eddie Dunne.
BREE PARISH PROJECT
A new community-based project, which hopes to see the archaeology and history of Bree parish being fully surveyed, recorded and published by local people working in tandem with a licensed archaeologist, Colm Moriarty has been announced. This initiative, which has been christened the Bree Heritage Project, has received funding from the Environment Fund (heritage related projects) of the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
The first public meetings will be held shortly and anyone interested is more than welcome to attend. In the meantime you can visit the projects website at breeheritage.ie
BREE PARISH JOURNAL
Preparations are under way for this year's edition of Bree Parish Journal. All clubs and organisations in the parish are asked to have a report of their activities over the past two years ready as soon as possible. The committee is also looking for photographs particularly of groups of people from times past as well as items suitable for publication pertaining to places or people of the area including notable family celebrations. All items to be advised to Jim and Clare Doyle, Garranstackle. Phone 053-9247706 or email email@example.com