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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.

Irish class for beginners
Irish Classes will recommence 17th September 2014

IrishHelperIrish Gaeilge Helper App for Android
The Irish Help app provides a number of essential Irish language productivity enhancements to Android.  The helper includes Irish Characters (copy and paste), Multiple Irish Characters (work area – copy and paste), Irish Irregular Verbs reference and a saved notebook allowing you to store and retrieve your own regularly used words, phrases and text.

It can be downloaded from the Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lumberbat.IrishHelper

 

 

Omeath Tidy Towns  The street sweeping machine will be in the village on the following dates between the hours of 9am and 12noon: Monday 30th June,  Monday 14th July, Thursday 7th August. We ask all residents to do their best to keep the kerbside free of traffic/obstruction on those days for the duration of the sweep. Your co-operation in the matter will be greatly appreciated.

Congratulations to Scoil Naomh Bríd, Ardaghy on their recent success at the School Environment Awards which saw them receive: Platinum Award for Environmental Presentation of their school; 3rd place in the Eco Tribes Challenge for Herb Garden at Playground; Junior Environmentalist of the Year Award – Pierce McKevitt.

Cemetery Masses
Carlingford: Sunday 3rd  August at 11.30am.
Omeath: Sunday 10th August at 10.00am.

Omeath Cemeteries Survey  Cumann Staire Uí Mhéith (Omeath Historical Society) are undertaking a survey of burial plots, grave markers, headstone inscriptions etc. in both Omeath cemeteries with a view to collating the information collected and eventually making it available in published form.

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

Good Morning Louth 
Telephone service for older people living in Co. Louth to ensure safety and security in their homes.  Free service and confidential. For more info contact Anne Murphy 042 9330103 or email   anne.murphy@netwellcentre.org

Community Alert
Omeath:  087 1624111.    Carlingford: 042 9373581.

Cuchulainn Gaels
Updated Cuchulainn Gaels Officers list added.  Click here for details.

Acquired Brain Injury Ireland – Work 4 You
Work4you is a new vocational assessment service for individuals and employers affected by an acquired brain injury. It is the first community based neuro-assessment service of its kind in Ireland and will provide practical assistance and real hope for people with an acquired brain injury who are either struggling to hold on to their existing job or aiming to return to education, training, or employment.

Free Online Microsoft Office Tests
Access, Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Internet tests and notes

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