View from Tullaghomeath, OmeathWelcome to Omeath, Co. Louth, Ireland

Omeath (Irish: Ó Méith) is a village in County Louth close to the Northern Ireland border and home to the Cuchulainn Gaels GAC.  Omeath is steeped in Irish history, with spectacular scenery on the east coast of Ireland.  It is roughly mid way between Dublin and Belfast, close to the County Louth and County Armagh / County Down border. Omeath is 4 miles from Carlingford and about 5 miles from Newry.

Carlingford-Omeath-Parish Bulletin
The parish bulletin is now available on Omeath Online.  Click here to view the Parish Bulletin page or use the navigation bar at  the top to go to any page on the site.

Visit www.gum.ie  (Gaeilge Uí  Mhéith) Omeath Irish website

Broadband Internet – Digiweb

Local broadband company Digiweb will have finished upgrading broadband services in the Omeath & Carlingford areas as of 23rd January.  The new higher-speed services will not require a phone line rental and come with free parental controls.

To avail of these upgraded broadband services call freephone 1800 28 58 28

Scoil Naomh Bríd, Ardaghy are now accepting enrollment forms for the school year 2015/2016. Please do not hesitate to pop into the school should you require an enrollment form or download one from our school website http://ardaghyns.scoilnet.ie

We will be inviting all the boys and girls to an Open Day in June 2015 and look forward to meeting them all then. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh said!

Carlingford & Omeath Red Cross
AGM Tuesday 27th Jan at 8.30pm in Red Cross premises in Cooley. Everyone welcome.

Omeath Active Retired
AGM  Wed 28th Jan in Dolmen Centre at 4.30pm. Meeting followed by Annual Dinner in Rosa’s Cafe.
A good crowd is expected. Non members are welcome by contacting any member.

Vacancies with Cooley Community Projects Ltd
- 2 vacancies for Childcare in Cooley Complex
Start date pending Garda vetting. Contact Sarah
042 9395005 or dundalkceproject@gmail.com

- Cleaner in Cooley
Closing date for applicants Friday 6th February.

- Environmental workers – Omeath
Closing date for applicants Friday 6th February.

- Environmental workers – Cooley
Closing date for applicants Friday 6th February.

cooleyce@eircom.net or phone 042 9376077

Get Fit the Fun Way in St. Michael’s Hall, Carlingford every Monday night from 8.00 – 10pm
Learn to dance the Quickstep, Jive, Waltz & Foxtrot in relaxed and friendly environment. No partners or experience needed. Phone: Marie 086 3573271.

Cardiac First Responder Schemes are holding a practice session in the Granvue Hotel on Tuesday 20th January at 8.00pm. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer is very welcome.

Community Alert
Omeath:  087 1624111.    Carlingford: 042 9373581

Confirmation: Fri 13th March, St. Michael’s, Carlingford.
First Holy Communion: Carlingford: Sat 16th May.  Omeath: Sat 23rd May.
Cemetery Mass: Carlingford: Sunday 28th June.Omeath: Sunday 8th August.

Cllr Mark Dearey  is holding a clinic every  2nd Tuesday from 9.30 – 11.00am in Dolmen Centre, Omeath.  Also in Foy Centre, Carlingford every  1st and 3rd Tuesday from 9.30 – 11.00am.

Music Classes
Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Flute, Whistle, Harp and Bodhrán in Ára na nGael, Station Road, Omeath.
Phone Andrew 0879089493 or Barra 0870968786 for more information.

Good Morning Louth   is a telephone service for older people living in County Louth. The main aim is to ensure the older person is safe and secure in their home and to reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness with a friendly phone call. It will raise awareness of other potentially useful local services. The service is free and confidential and calls are made by volunteers who are fully trained and garda vetted For info contact Anne Murphy 042 9330103 or email anne.murphy@netwellcentre.org

St. Vincent de Paul
St. James Conference, Cooley. Talk in confidence. Phone 087 9656852

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