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Padraigin Riggs | email
Great day yesterday - great scenery, wonderful company. My first outing with the club- I look forward to the next one.
3 November 2014

Helen Morrissey | email
Galtee Walking Club members invited to a social evening in the Coach Road Pub, Glen of Aherlow on Thursday November 6th from 9pm as a thank you for all the help with the 2014 Festivals.
From the Glen of Aherlow Fáilte Society
29 October 2014

Hillwalking Radio Group
Our annual training exercise will take place on 21st Dec 2014 as part of the Winter Solstice 'Longest Night' climb to Sliabh Riadh. This well established trek in darkness attracts of over one hundred and thirty people every year. Stewards meet at Ballylanders Grotto at 6.40pm. Participitants meet at Glenbrohane Church car park at 7pm. For more details contact Morgan Murphy,Tel. 087-6489237. or Mary Murphy Tel. 087-8296749. Looking forward to meeting you all.
26 October 2014

Gerard Sheehy
There's a 'men only' pilates class starting in Cahir on Monday 13th October at 7pm. It's especially designed for those who've had intermittent back or neck pain.

The class runs in 6 week blocks, €66 for 6 weeks.

Cahir Physiotherapy Clinic 052 7445477
10 October 2014

helen shanahan
Hi Folks

Just passing on the opportunity of a lifetime from the folks in the Knockmealdowns...

******
hi,
we are shooting a series of videos to promote our area . . i am looking for volunteers to play the part of HIKERS at the Liam Lynch loop trail, appx 11am on Thurs ocrt 2 morn (rucksacks, etc) . . twill take about an hour . . . at

spread the word


Will Nugent
pro
http://www.knockmealdownactive.com/
https://www.facebook.com/knockmealdown?fref=ts
1 October 2014

Helen Shanahan | email
For Sale

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• Waterproof and breathable HyVent insert
• Tough leather palm
• Mid length under the cuff gauntlets
DESCRIPTION
JUST PURR FECT.
Slide your hand into the North Face Women’s Purr Fect Glove and let it sweep you off your feet with its Heatseeker insulation that keeps the tips of your fingers to your palms toasty and comfy. The waterproof breathable HyVent fabric combats the elements.
For a picture see

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These are fantastic gloves. I ordered medium but they are too small for me.
Cost 52 euro worn once yours for 25 euro
Call Helen 087 9478985 or email helencashel@gmail.com
23 September 2014

mo again | email
Great to read the lively reports coming in for the web. Really enjoyed Goretti on Wicklow, Helen and that amazing photo from Austria and ger Sheehy's wonderful memorial challenge. Awaiting with bated breath the Beara trek! It makes the web so much more interesting to get all the different accounts. many thanks, mo
15 September 2014

mo larkin
This is a plea for help in keeping reports of club activities up to date. I am not around much these days and increasingly it is falling to David to write reports. This is on top of all the good work he does in maintaining the website. As it stands there will be fewer reports to come and the papers will get only occasional copy. It would help if, when leaders are submitting their reports, that they add a bit more detail about their walks in the box provided. .Fuller reports can be sent to us via email. Accounts of special events would also be appreciated.. Good photos are also most welcome Please don't allow style to put you off. We can easily tidy things up. If by chance someone would like to take on the task on a more regular basis, please be in touch. We'd love to hear from you. Mo
27 August 2014

Emily Barron
On the 30th of June my Husky dog went missing she is brown and white in colour with one blue and one brown eye. With club memebers walking the hills I was hoping they would keep a look out when out and about in the hills and forrest tracks if you see her ye might contact me on
085 8076014. Thanks again Emily
1 August 2014

Tom Lyons
Hi Pat try Knocknascraw it is near kings yard ouside of Kilbeheny village Michael lewis a local historian may be some help
29 July 2014

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