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This years Strongman charity event will be bigger & better than ever!
Come join us at Belturbet Fitness and watch our strongest men & women compete! BarBQ, bouncy castle, face painting, games and raffle for spot prizes! Join us for more celebrations & raffle in The Castle that evening! Music and dancing till the wee hours!! All proceeds going to Monaghan Rehabilitation!
Check out the event page on Facebook
Belturbet Railway Museum is open every Sunday from 11am – 1pm http://discoverbelturbet.ie/about-belturbet/belturbet-railway-station/
Ladies Night returns on Friday August 4th to The Widows Bar.
Red carpet entrance, complimentary cocktail reception, professional photographer, selfie booth, live band, drink promotions, prizes for the best dressed lady, headpiece and shoes, fortune teller, amazing raffle prizes and a VERY special guest on the night to get those pulses racing ladies!!
Get those glad rags ready and we look forward to welcoming you all on the night. Check out the event pae on Facebook.
Exciting updates to follow on the 2017 Belturbet Festival of The Erne. Keep the August Bank Holiday free for lots of family fun and activities.
For updates and to follow the event please like the event on Facebook/festivaloftheerne
The Belturbet Festival of the Erne is excited to announce we will be hosting our very first kids tractor run on Sunday 6th August, the theme is farmers and fairies, there will be prizes for best dressed farmer and for best dressed Fairy, all tractors must be registered at a cost of €2, proceeds will go to Ericas Fairy Forest in Cootehill. So Kiddies wash down those tractors for the big day as it will bring lots of entertainment, fun & prizes!
Registration info to follow at a later date. There is no law to say the wee farmers can park up their tractors after a good silage season and bring their trikes or go carts instead or even just to walk along with the rest, all in the name of a bit of fun so come along and enjoy the day. Follow the event on Facebook
TIDY TOWNS / Charity Shop open on Castle Hill – this Monday July 17th – Saturday July 29th from 10.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. 5.00 p.m. Please support.
COMHALTAS -: Congratulations to all the Co Fleadh medal winners in Kilnaleck over the June B/H weekend, with 36 Children and Teens qualifying for the upcoming Ulster Fleadh in Bangor in various competitions, Grupaí Ceoil, Céilí Bands, Solo Instrumental, Solo Singing Duets & Seanós Dancing. Tha…nks to teachers Tom Meehan Aisling Mc Phillips & Noreen Boyle.
YOGA – Restorative Yoga – in the Goods Store Community Hall, Station – Monday, July 24th @ 7.00 p.m. Cost €15. Suitable for all ages/abilities. Please bring mat/blanket/2 pillows. Enquiries to Noeleen @ 0879129051.
FESTIVAL OF THE ERNE BREAKFAST & LAUNCH – Sunday July 30th from 9.00 a.m.- 1.00 p.m. – in the Civic Centre.
Adm. €10 – tickets available throughout the town – full Irish Breakfast with Music & Family Entertainment
BELTURBET DRAMATIC SOCIETY presents Try Anything Twice, a comedy farce by William Roche in the Civic Centre July 31st, August 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th.
ERNE COMMUNITY BOWLING CLUB OPEN DAY- Saturday August 5th 2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
in the Goods Store Community Hall, Station. All welcome lesson included.
Bowling on Thursdays in the Goods Store. Equipment provided, tea/coffee etc. First Night Free!!
A major new youth service has just been announced for Belturbet in County Cavan.
It’s an extension of the Bounce Back Youth Service which currently operates in some towns throughout the county, and is managed by Youth Work Ireland and the ISPCC. Belturbet has been identified as having a lack of dedicated youth services and support workers, and a dedicated youth drop-in cafe or youth space.
Under the new project, three youth workers will be based in Belturbet to provide services which support young people experiencing difficulties with drug and alcohol abuse, anti-social behaviour and mental health.
The project will also involve the development of a Youth Resilience Group Work Programme to help young people cope with the challenges of life today.
Maureen McIntyre, who is the Youth Officer with Cavan Monaghan ETB who are administering the project, says a number of concerns were raised about the lack of youth services in Belturbet in the past.
Create your own hand crafted willow basket in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere which you will be able to take home with you.
All materials and tools provided.
A light lunch will be provided also.
Cost for the full day is €65.
Places are limited early booking advisable.
For further information and bookings please contact Eddie on 086 8458106.