Death Notice: Anne Campbell (nee Tuohy)

The death has occurred of Anne Campbell (nee Tuohy), Main Street, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon.

Anne will be sadly missed by her sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.

May her gentle soul rest in peace.

Reposing at Gaynor’s Funeral Home, Castlerea from 5pm on Wednesday evening with removal at 7pm to St. Patrick’s Church, Castlerea. Mass of the Resurrection at 11am on Thursday followed by burial afterwards in St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

House Private Please

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to all our readers and we wish you all a happy, healthy prosperous 2017.

Check out this fab festive video of Castlerea from CMC Photography.

Christmas in Castlerea

For the season that's in it we decided to do something a bit different, so as a little side project we have put together a short video of our home town of Castlerea at Christmas time 🙂 From us here at CmC Photography we would like to wish all of our followers, friends and family a very happy Christmas! We hope you all get everything you wish for and more 🙂

Geplaatst door CmC Photography op zondag 25 december 2016

Death Notice: Raymond (Ray) Kirrane RIP

The death has occurred of Raymond (Ray) Kirrane, Ballindrimley, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon. December 20th, 2016 at Roscommon University Hospital. Loving husband of Mary and father of Martin (Oranmore), Ray Jr. (Ballyhaunis) and Vincent (Castlerea). Sadly missed by his wife, sons, brother Larry (New York), daughters-in-law Jackie and Margaret, extended family, neighbours and friends.

May He Rest In Peace. 

Reposing at McDonagh’s Funeral Home, Castlerea on Wednesday evening from 6 pm with removal at 8 pm to St. Patrick’s Church, Castlerea. Funeral Mass on Thursday morning at 11 am with interment afterwards in St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Castlerea.

Family flowers only please, donations, if desired, to the St. Vincent de Paul c/o McDonagh Funeral Directors, Castlerea. 

House Private Please

Keep your town in business by keeping your business in town

KEEP YOUR TOWN IN BUSINESS – BY KEEPING YOUR BUSINESS IN TOWN
Every euro you spend in your local shops, supermarkets, pharmacies, pubs, restaurants, service suppliers and business will help save local jobs.
It’s time to STOP the closures.
Please think before you purchase any item whether it’s big or small: IS THIS AVAILABLE IN MY LOCAL SHOP
Save jobs, keep shops open, keep small towns alive and kicking.
Please remember who funds the local Christmas lights, who sponsors the Town Festival, the GAA Teams, Soccer Teams, Golf, Musical, Drama, Agricultural Show and lots lots more. Without this funding, these important social and sporting events could not continue and this, in turn, damages the social fabric of our town which will affect ALL residents of Castlerea Town and wider district.
That internet shop won’t sponsor local.
It’s YOUR town, it’s MY town, it’s OUR town.
Let’s keep it alive, please think twice about where we spend our hard earned cash.
We all have friends, family, neighbours with shops or employed in these local businesses. Keep them employed.
Think twice, Thank you.