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18th Donegal Moville Port Sea Scouts are having a Baby Boot (Car Boot, Cake Sale, Tea & Coffee) on Saturday July 11th from 10am - 2pm to raise funds for equipment. You can sell all things kids and baby such as clothes, books, games, bikes etc. The Baby Boot is being held at the scout den - The Masonic Hall at Moville sea front. Tables are supplied. To book a table for only 10 text 0872813753.
Irish Wheelchair Association: Mary McGrenra and Sarah McGinley would like to thank all those who so kindly sponsored them in the 2015 VHI Womens Mini Marathon. All proceeds will be used in IWA Community Services in Donegal. Amount raised was 2,521.64 Donegal IWA supports those with physical and sensory disabilities living in the community. Its services include social centres, a youth group (Letterkenny area), school of motoring and assisted living supports. Should you require any information please contact our offices at 91-57393.
Greencastle Community Centre Events
Serenity House in Moville is offering a free counselling service every Friday
in Moville. Referrals from HSE, G.P. and others. For further
information telephone 0864515729.
The Inishowen Methodist churches Community Parent & Toddler group every Thursday morning from 10am - 12pm at the Methodist hall in Moville during school term time. The group is for parents/carers of babies and toddlers up to 4 years of age, only 2 per child with Refreshments provided. A great way for children and adults to meet and make new friends!
Inishowen Rural Transport Volunteer Car Scheme
Indoor Community Market: Do you want to sell or buy at recession prices? Indoor Community Market to be held in Glencrow Hall, Moville, every other Friday. 10 Euro per table. Proceeds towards the upkeep of the hall. Enquiries to William on 0868381552.
Fibromyalgia Support Group:
Inishowen Arthritis & Fibromyalgia Support Group Last Tues of every
month 7.30 - 9pm Day Unit in Carn Hospital
The Cancer Support Group CSSC would like to invite anyone who has been affected by a cancer diagnosis (including carers, family & friends) to our monthly meetings in Milltown House, Tulnaree, Carndonagh at 7.30 pm every second Monday of the month. Come along for tea and chat with people who are going through a similar experience.
Ceolan school of music is a newly established community initiative
for teaching music to children aged 6-18 years.