Annual Scalp climb on Sunday
Fahan playwright, Maureen Boyle gets in touch to invite everyone living in the Fahan, Inch and Burt area, as well as visitors and holiday-makers, to the Annual Scalp Climb. It will take place this Sunday, August 26, at 1.30pm. The time has been moved forward to make sure anyone who wants to watch the Donegal versus Cork match is back home in time.
Maureen said: “The climbers will be meeting at ‘The Water Stone’ at 1.30pm. Climbers are advised to bring drinking water and wear appropriate footwear. I would also ask people to take their rubbish home with them.”
A Mass for Motorcyclists will be held in St Aengus’ Church, Burt, on Sunday August 26, at 1.00 pm. Mass will be celebrated to pray for all who have fallen in past years, with an opportunity during Mass to remember any biker who has died and to ask God’s blessing in the year ahead. There will be a fund-raising ride-out after the Mass and blessing to the RNLI Lifeboat Station, Ned’s Point. All welcome to attend.
Last weekend, Burt was the setting for another, very successful, Annual Vintage Rally Show, organised by The Donegal Vintage Club. A large crowd gathered in the village to view the great display of Vintage Tractors and Cars and other artefacts of yesteryear. The Burt community are thankful we can see this interesting event on our doorstep.
Burt institution, Kathleen Grant commended locals and visitors alike for the very small amount of litter that was left behind on the roadside, adding: “Roll on August 2013.”
Under the Peace III Programme ‘Greenlight Media’ has been commissioned to produce an online presence for the Border villages of Donegal, including Burt, Bridgend & Burnfoot. ‘Greenlight Media’ is asking local community & voluntary groups to contact it with details of each group or organisation. Please contact email@example.com or call Pauric 087 7889779 or Kathleen Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org
Burt Bingo takes place every Tuesday at 9.00 pm in St Mary’s Hall, Burt. One book only costs 7 euro. Please support your local bingo!
The Cairn Theatre Group presents A Titanic Story every Tuesday evening until September in The Cairn Theatre, Greencastle. Written by Patsy Cavanagh and told through drama, song, music and humour. Booking advisable, contact 074 9381104.
There is Boxercise in Inch Hall every Monday. Kids boxercise class 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm and adults class 8.00 until 9.00 pm. Kids class is for boys and girls, aged 6 to 12 years. Adult class is suitable for all fitness levels and age groups (16+). Contact 0863238437 for more information.
There is a Zumba Class in St Mary’s Hall, Burt, every Thursday, from 6.30pm until 7.30pm. The cost is Euro 5. Everyone is welcome to come along.
Vivid Performances School of Speech and Drama children’s workshops will start on Tuesday, September 4, in Inch Hall, from 4.30 pm until 5.30 pm, for children from 4 to 12 years. The cost is Euro 5 per child per session. For more details, contact Emma Porter on 086 3601537.
There will be a bus to Knock for September 8, with an overnight stay for Grandparents Day on September 9. There will also be a bus to Knock for September 15 and 16, with an overnight stay for the Padre Pio weekend. The full cost is 115 euro for accommodation, bus and meals. Phone 086 322 2874.
The Inch Youth Folk Choir resumes practice on Monday, September 3, from 7.30 pm until 8.30 pm in Inch Chapel. New members from age seven years and upwards are welcome. Contact Sinead Hegarty 087 6574550.
Accord Carndonagh is looking for people to train as part of their Marriage Preparation Course team. Contact 074 9374103 or email: email@example.com
If you have a story or any information, which you wish to have included in the “Burt, Inch and Fahan Notes,” please contact Catherine on 0863911900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, preferably before 1.00pm on a Monday.
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