KILTEELY/DROMKEEN GAA CLUB NOTES
KDGAA in conjunction with the community council and all the other organisations in the community have come together and produced the letter below.
We can all work together in these uncertain times to ensure the most vulnerable in our community are cared for.
Please feel free to contact anyone on the list below, all our volunteers will follow the strict guide guidelines set out by the government.
To all in our community,
This letter is on behalf of all community groups in Kilteely Dromkeen. All groups will do what they can to insure the safety of those in our community.We want provide some information on what is happening in our community to help you.
Ahern’s shop in Kilteely Opening hours 10am to 6pm daily. If anyone is worried about coming out & they need groceries, they are more than welcome to ring Noreen on 061-384184. She will take the order & we will deliver it.Fresh bread & milk delivered everyday & she got a delivery from the wholesaler of kitchen towels, toilet roll, disinfectant etc. No shortage of anything.
Ahern’s Bar is closed till 29th march as directed by the government.
Kilteely Dromkeen Parish Fr. Tynan will celebrate mass live on the radio (106.5FM) every Sunday 10am. If restrictions are still in place for Easter celebrations – There will be extra mass times on the Radio . Details will be circulated closer to the time. You can watch a live feed of mass Thurles Parish Daily at 11am on this web page https://www.twitch.tv/thurlesparishlive/
Fr. Tynan is available to be contacted ( Number Below)
Parish Defibrillator group Defibrillator service has been advised to suspend this community service at this time. We will inform you when we are allowed to resume.
In case of emergency please ring 999 or112
Newsletter will continue to be printed each Friday. Those who wish to collect a copy – can do so, in each of our churches. If you would like to be added to the email list – please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting same.
H.S.E. Advice Social distancing Social distancing is important to help slow the spread of coronavirus. It does this by minimising contact between potentially infected individuals and healthy individuals.Social distancing is keeping a space of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and other people. Do not shake hands or make close contact if possible.
To help slow the spread of coronavirus:
Anyone who has symptoms should self-isolate for 14 days Everyone should limit unnecessary social contact as much as possible At-risk groups should avoid close contact with people outside the home
How to protect yourself and others from coronavirus
Follow this advice as strictly as possible and encourage others to follow this advice too.
Do Wash your hands properly and often Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze. Put used tissues into a bin and wash your hands. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. Avoid close contact with people – keep a distance of 2 metres (6.5 feet) between you and others. Avoid crowded places, especially indoors. Follow the travel advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs Stay at home if you are sick to help stop the spread of whatever infection you may have.
Don’t Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean. Do not share objects that touch your mouth – for example, bottles, cups. Do not shake hands. Please ensure that the younger/ less vulnerable in our community are aware of the advice from the HSE – They have a very important role to play in the battle against Covid – 19 The members of our community listed below will try and help you as best they can if you have difficulties, Need Supplies or if you just need a chat We all need to look out for each other at this time, Get the word out there – talk to your neighbours.
If you have concerns about someone else in our community please let us know.
Tom Jones 086 4069113 Mairead Murphy 087 6391284 Willie Hanley 087 133 7950 Terry Mc’Carthy 087 6198387 Caroline Mc’Carthy 0877531460 Eoin English 087 9374666 Noel O’Dea 087 6278022 Robert O’Dea 087 2657769 Robert Holmes 087 8131360 Fr. Joe Tynan 087 2225445 Larry O’Grady 086 8604099 Jim Larkin 087 2061124 Petrina Enright 087 2785314 Eamonn O’Dea 086 3844612