On behalf of Kilmurry.Com I would like to wish you, your families and loved ones a very special Christmas.
Another year draws to a close and over the past 12 months we have had some very enjoyable activities in the area.
The Festival, Tidy Towns, trad group events and sporting activities to mention a few.
I would like to thank all of our contributors for your continued support, articles and photos for the website.
So much of what we achieve is as a direct result of your efforts.
Christmas is a time of celebration, joy and togetherness and I certainly hope that these sentiments can be enjoyed by all families in the locality over this period.
I hope the New Year brings renewed hope, energy and success.
What Story ?
The Celtic Story
The Story of a people and a place,
The Meaning to Life Story,
The Living Past Story,
The Christian Story,
The May Eve Story,
The Land + Animals Story.
More and more young people are interested in the stories
their parents and especially their Grandparents tell them
of their times growing up.
Why is it important? Because connecting with a people
and a time from the past can help us to live and value the
present and shape our future.
There are valuable lessons for us from times when
Self/Community Reliance, Neighbours, Healthy Home
Produced Food and Manual Work; Family, Faith were
important concepts – a time when Celtic Spirituality
integrated the real life of people.
We are living in a very different Ireland now. Education,
Travel, Television, Technology, Prosperity have
brought great changes – a lot of them positive.
There is a greater emphasis on personal freedom and a
more tolerant approach to life.
But there is a downside too – a loss of ordinary decency,
a greed for money and prosperity,
the decline of community and neighbourliness,
a loss of respect for the wisdom of old.
The challenge now is: to place our lives in the context of
values that apply to people in every age.
Our May Eve Gathering is a bit about responding to that
May Eve – Area Gathering
Thursday April 30th 7.30 p.m.
August Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday 2014 marks the Lughnasa festival at Craggaunowen. This is a unique opportunity for you to join with our costumed re-enactors in a special ‘Lughnasa’ celebration spanning the Bronze Age, through Iron Age, Early Medieval to 16th Century. Continue reading Lughnasa Festival in Craggaunowen August Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday 2014
Sixmilebridge 4-5 Inagh-Kilnamona 2-7
Sixmilebridge faced reigning Feile champions Inagh-Kilnamona in a repeat of last year’s final. It was seen as mouth watering clash and it lived up to its billing as both sides added to a fantastic game. Continue reading Bridge win 14th Clare Feile Title (SMB GAA Website)