Tuesday, 20 May 2014

My Silver River Feale, Dromclough, St. Mary's and Fungie

My Silver River Feale

"My heart tonight is lonely for my sireland,
Though many miles of ocean lie between,
My heart tonight is home again in Ireland
Upon thy banks, my silver River Feale."

The words of Bryan MacMahon are the inspiration behind a beautiful piece of jewellery soon to be unveiled in Craftshop na Méar.

This is Eileen Moylan of Claddagh Designs pictured at her work bench in Macroom.

This is a sneak preview of her Listowel piece, My Silver River Feale which will be launched in Craftshop na Méar, Listowel on Saturday May 31 2014 as part of Listowel Writers' Week fringe. The solid silver hallmarked piece will be available as a pendant, bracelet or cuff links. The design shows St. John's, Listowel Castle and The Bridge over The Feale.

If you love Listowel you will want one of these.

Everyone is welcome to the launch. Standing room is limited. We will have to close the doors when the shop is full so come early and browse some of the lovely crafts in the shop. We plan to have a little music, a few nibbles and a video showing how the silver piece was designed and crafted. Owen MacMahon, son of the author of My Silver River Feale will be the guest of honour on the night,
May 31 2014 at 7.00 p.m.


A newspaper picture of the opening of Dromclough National School


St. Mary's in Listowel Square is due to close its doors for refurbishment for the months of June and July 2014. Daily masses will be celebrated in St. John's and Sunday Mass in St. Michael's College.
Below are some photos of the lovely interior of our parish church.


Fungie the Dingle dolphin

Two more recent action shots from his friends at Fungie Forever


Nano Nagle award

Eileen Keane, Acting Vice Principal, Clodagh Kissane with her Nano Nagle Award and Elaine Kinsella who presented the awards on Awards Day at Presentation Secondary School, Listowel


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