What’s On In Kilmihil

Actvities are currently seriously curtailed by COVID 19 restrictions.

Covid-19 Emergency Benefit Forms

Covid-19 Emergency Benefit Forms can be picked up in Kilmihil Post Office, Church Street, Kilmihil, thanks to Kilmihil Library. They can also be downloaded from https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/cb3726-jobseekers-payments/?referrer=/jobseekers/ Please share this information with people who do not have access to the internet and/or a printer.

Public Celebration of Mass

There will be no public celebration of Mass – a full copy of Bishop Fintan Monahan’s statement, which includes the arrangements for weddings and funerals, will be found on this site at /pastoral-message-of-bishop-fintan-monahan/

Fr Peter has written a personal letter to the parish about community and looking after ourselves and one another at this time, the full text of his letter is reproduced on the Parish Newsletter page here.

RTÉ to air daily Mass during the Covid-19 emergency

In response to Covid-19 related restrictions on public gatherings, RTÉ will start, from Thursday 19th March, to air Mass every weekday at 10:30am from St Eunan’s and St. Columba’s Cathedral, Letterkenny, on RTÉ News Now.
The broadcasts will continue at least until 29th March, when current public health measures will be reviewed by the Government.

Kilmihil Active Retirement

Kilmihil Active Retirement – Get Togethers and Classes in the Meadow are suspended. Please do keep an eye on your elderly and vulnerable neighbours at this time. There are helplines specifically for the elderly

There is also SeniorLine a FREEPHONE service that older callers can call free between 10am and 10pm every day of the year on 1800804591. This is operated by volunteers from www.thirdageireland.ie

There is a team of volunteers in the village willing to help the elderly with anything during these challenging times. Contact Ann Duggan if you need help on 087 290 9995.

St Pat’s AFC Online Keepie Uppie Challenge

Great idea from St Pat’s AFC to entertain the youngsters while they are out of school. Pop over to their Facebook page to find out more: https://www.facebook.com/StPatsKilmihilCoClare

We look forward to seeing the videos!

Kilmihil Community Games Art Challenge -OPEN TO EVERYONE

🖌 Community Games will post a theme on their Facebook page and challenge you to draw or paint whatever you like on that subject.
🖍Get a photo taken and send it to them on messenger and they will post the picture on their Facebook page
✏️The theme today (19th March) will be Shop Local.

The Community are looking forward to seeing your pictures. The submissions so far can be viewed on this site in the gallery section.

Kilmihil Ladies Football Clothes Recycling Collection 

Good time to spring clean & clear out the wardrobes and presses for Kilmihil Ladies Football annual Clothes & Textiles Collection. Another activity for those at home at this time. Bag your clean unwanted clothes and textiles.  The Ladies plan to have a drop off point in the village at the end of March.  Date to be confirmed.

Darkness in Light Walk on the 9th May – POSTPONED

Statement from Pieta House 12 March 2020

The route will follow the Kilmihil Sli.

A walk in the fresh air always lifts the spirits and it’s easy to keep ‘social distance’ so this is an activity for anyone looking for something to do.

Please take all your litter home.

Litter Picking – Improve Our Environment

The Community Employment Scheme does a great job keeping the centre of the village clean, but the approach roads are in a very bad way with plastic bottles, drinks cans and coffee cups. Lots of people are going out walking at this time, even if you only remove two or three items it will help. Wear gloves and use a ‘grabber’ if you have one.

Aluminium drinks cans can be disposed of at the Bring-Bank at Fitz’s Garage and plastic bottles can be dropped off for free at the recycling bank in Brew’s Car Park in Kilrush.

Let’s Go Litter Picking Katheen & Isobel Curtin

Library closed but online services available