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An international Rohingya remembrance day will take place this Saturday in Carlow College.  Starting at 2pm, the family-friendly event will commemorate members of the Rohingya community who were killed, attached and displaced on 25th August last year in Myanmar. The free event will also be a day of celebration.  Food and snacks will be served,

Spud Reboot: Harvest & Feast 28th July @ 3pm

        VENUE: An Gairdin Beo, Dublin Street, Carlow (beside St Leo's College) DATE: Saturday 28th July TIME: 3pm   Young and old are invited to a harvest and feast, and to learn more about the humble potato! Join us on Saturday 28th July 3pm to harvest a potato crop and enjoy potato


Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? finding life difficult? feeling isolated? in need of support? GROW is here to help you. GROW is a community-based mental health organisation which holds weekly meetings in your local community. GROW meetings provide help and support to anyone experiencing mental health difficulties or struggling with any aspect of


Interested in finding out about all your options for returning to learning? Staff from the Adult Educational Guidance & Information Service will be in the Forward Steps Resource Centre in Tullow on the following dates: 16th August, 6th September, 4th October, 1st November & 6th December. If you would like further information or to book

Carlow Stroke Support Group Meetings

      This group meets on the second Friday of every month in the Sacred Heart Hospital, Carlow from 2.30-4.30pm.  Also anyone suffering from COPD is welcome to come along and do the exercises.  For more information contact Mick Dooley on 087-6708179

St Lazerian’s House Bagenalstown celebrates 30yrs

      St Lazerian's House, Bagenalstown invites the local community to come alone on Sunday 5th August from 11am-5pm and join in celebrating its 30 years caring for the elderly. Families and relatives who were part of the house down through the years, past board members, volunteers and staff are especially welcome. There will

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