The Church in Drumsna will be open each day from morning until evening for private prayer.
Protection of Drinking Water
For many householders Springtime is ‘’clean up time’’. Householders start undertaking jobs around the house and in the garden. Sometime this involves spraying for weeds and the use of pesticides. The use of pesticides and any careless storage or handling can very easily cause breaches of the legal limit for drinking water. A single drop of herbicide can breach the drinking water limit in a small stream for 30 km ! Think of a drop of pesticide in an Olympic sized swimming pool and the contamination of precious water by pesticides can occur very easily. Your local Council is promoting the protection of drinking water from pesticides in the Lough Rinn and Forbes catchment Area by asking you to consider carefully the use of pesticides at all. Consider them as a last resort. Remember the Pesticide Awareness Support Biodiversity hhttps;//pollinators.ie/. for more information on what you can do to protect our drinking water please visit www.leitrimcoco.ie or contact Environment Department of Leitrim County Council @ 071 96 20005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The grow it forward campaign in partnership with Healthy Ireland and Public Libraries ,Ireland and in line with the Irish Government’s keep well initiative ,Leitrim County Libraries is distributing FREE packs of seeds to people locally. If you would like to receive a seed pack phone 071, 9645582 or email email@example.com The pack includes seeds for beetroot, carrots, salad leaves, pees and tomatoes, a guide to help grow them and gift tags to share them with family and friends.
North West Simon
For the month of April the N.W, Simon Community are asking people to walk 10,000 steps a day for 30 days to help raise vital funds and awareness for the charity who work to prevent and resolve homelessness. Sign up here https;//www.donate.ie/stepchallengeNWSimon
Annaduff 50/50 draw
The Annaduff G.A.A. 50/50 draw on Sunday May 2nd was held at Drumsna Garden Centre with James Faughnan presiding . Geraldine Monahan pulled the winning ticket which was No. 177 and the winner was Conor Reynolds who won Euro260. Thanks is extended to James , Kevin and Niall and Geraldine and to all who bought the tickets. Next week’s Draw will take place at The Fountain in Dromod.
Living Well Programme.
New dates have been added to the H.S.E. free living well programme, May 18th, May 20th, May 26th. The living well programme is a workshop for adults living with a long term health condition . The workshop is delivered over six weeks 2×6 hours and is free of charge to those diagnosed with a mental or physical illness. You will develop self management skills and confidence to live with your health condition. Please book your place by calling 086 6078950 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Tidy Towns Meeting.
The monthly meeting of the above is Today Wednesday May 12th at 8pm/ Contact 085 2247044 for zoom details.