This week Frenchpark features strongly in an article about the efforts of local towns in the County in the Tidy Towns Competition… their on going progress is noted with some lovely photos of a few locals. Check it out in this weeks Roscommon Herald, the first week of the new tabloid version.
A new addition to our site as of an from this week, we have added the Parish Newsletter for St Asicus Church Frenchpark. Please check out local and parish news for this weeks newsletter. Hopefully this will be a regular feature.
To date there has not been a great response to putting on a play this autumn/winter. It can take some considerable time to practise and get a play together and as we are well into the month of September now, we would want to be starting soon if there are enough interested people. A suggestion for a 3 act play has been recommended ” The Maiden Aunt” by www.Jim Keary playwright who is from Co Westmeath which is very funny. However, considering most may never have acted before or be a bit rusty maybe a 3 act is a bit daunting to start. He has a few one act comedy plays too.
The hall is newly renovated and it would be a great past time for the autumn. Could anyone who is interested please let Marion Noone know or drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks
The A.G.M for the Town Development will take place on Monday September 26th at 9.pm in the Village Hall. A new committee needs to be formed to continue the good works of the group. The Tidy towns and Town Development work hand in hand to help gain funds and grants for projects in the village which assist Tidy Towns and help make this a nice place for us all to live. Please come along if you are interested.
The cement was poured today at 16:00 with the help of quite a few locals putting their back into it. The Sensory Garden is starting to take shape. With the cement dry it will be time to start on the planting. A lot of help will be required for this and we hope everyone will be able to give a hand.
It was a pleasure to note that most, if not all, derelict properties in Frenchpark were neatly presented and this is a lesson to all TidyTowns participants, take a bow Frenchpark! The combination of the artwork programme and the treatment of derelict premises, sites and walls is most effective. Well done on your participation in An Taisce Litter Free Zone programme and good luck with your project at Eden House which is to be entered in the Dulux Let’s Colour project.
The wait is almost over as the ‘Final Countdown’ gets underway to the TidyTowns Awards Ceremony on Monday, September 5th next!
Excitement levels are building all across the country and this year, the ceremony will take place in The Helix Theatre, DCU in Dublin.
The results of this year’s competition, which is sponsored by SuperValu, will appear here on www.tidytowns.ie immediately after the ceremony and all entrants will receive their report and a results book in the post the day after the ceremony.
Autumn is here, the schools are re-opening and the long nights will soon be upon us.. How about resurrecting the drama group. A play for November in the newly renovated hall sounds like a good idea to me. Can we spread the word lets see what kind of uptake we get.
Thanks for stoppping by this newly set up website. Our aim is to try and update with all events and happenings but are new to this, so bear with us whilst we get more information to hand and we will update as often as possible.
We have a few ideas of things we would like to do and there should be a few interesting things happening over the next few months. Also for all those facebook fans we hope to get a page going there too, so stay tuned.