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

Omeath (Irish: Ó Méith) is a village in County Louth, Ireland close to the Northern Ireland border.  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.


Áras na nGael

Music lessons
Monday evening in Áras na nGael. Contact Melissa on 0879121254 for more details.


Omeath Tidy Towns  Judging is now underway for this year’s Louth Looking Good Awards and National
Tidy Towns Competition. Please pay your part in keeping Omeath clean, tidy and litter free.

Community Alert
Omeath:  087 1624111   Carlingford: 042 9373581

Postcodes – ‘Eircode’  In the coming week, please keep an eye out for your new Postcode ‘Eircode’.
Each household should receive a letter in the post. For further information call Patricia 046 9074830 or Freephone: 1800 303707.

Zoe Conway & John McIntyre Concert  in Carlingford Heritage Centre on Sunday 26th July with Riverdance
lead dancer Siobhan Manson.

Cooley Genealogical and Historical Society
Plotting of graves in Cill Mhuire Cemetery will commence at a meeting in Long’s Pub, Grange, on Friday 31st July.
This will cover all interred – whether there is a marking headstone or not. DVD will be shown.
Refreshments will be served. All welcome.

Cemetery Mass
Omeath:      Sunday 9th August at 10.00am.

The Birches Alzheimer Day Care Centre  The monthly support meeting for families caring for
a relative or friend with Alzheimer’s Disease is held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7.00pm in
The Birches, Priorland Rd, Dundalk.  All welcome.

Carlingford & Omeath Red Cross  Annual Holiday Sunday 13th – Thursday 17th Sept in The Abbey Hotel, Donegal Town.
Deposit €50 will secure a seat.

Parish Pilgrimage to Lourdes
Sunday 20th – Friday 25th Sept. Cost €650 (all inclusive even transfers). Contact: Kathleen Elmore 086 1955972;
Mary Fegan 086 1072222; Susan Reilly 087 8137394.

Cooley Credit Union Ltd New Office Opening Hours Please note change of days and amended times as from Wed 1st July 2015:
Cooley Office: Wednesday 10.00am – 1pm; Friday 10.00am – 6.30pm; Saturday 10.00am – 12noon.
Carlingford Office: Friday 10.00 – 1pm.
Omeath Office: Thursday 10.00 – 1pm.
Members can pay their money in any of the above offices.

Naíscoil Lorcán Annual Summer Camp Monday 27th – Friday 31st July. Limited places available. Contact Donna 087 9209993.

Irish Cancer Society’s Care to Drive service is currently seeking volunteer drivers to drive local patients to and from their chemotherapy treatments in Cavan General Hospital. The service is free to the patient and all drivers expenses are paid. Phone Rebecca 01 2316642 or email transport@irishcancer.ie

Vacancies with Cooley Community Projects Ltd
1 Caretaker – Sports Complex Cooley
Closing date for applicants Friday 31st July.
2 Admin Workers – Cooley. Closing date 31st July.
cooleyce@eircom.net  or phone 042 9376077.

The Birches Alzheimer Day Care Centre 
The monthly support meeting for families caring for
a relative or friends with Alzheimer’s disease is held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7.00pm in
The Birches, Priorland Rd, Dundalk.  All welcome.

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

EmployAbility  Would you like to work part-time or full-time? Are you unemployed due to accident, illness, injury, disability or in recovery from depression.  We can help you seek employment.  For further info phone: 042 9386718 or 087 6386885.

Good Morning Louth – Volunteers Needed
Good Morning Louth, supported by the HSE, is a free telephone service for older people in Co. Louth.
This service provides a friendly phone call at prearranged times to older people to check on their safety and wellbeing and to provide information about other services in their area. If you can give two hours of your time per week and you would enjoy contributing
to the service please contact Ann 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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