The September issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features Sneem Rowing Club’s homecoming celebrations from the All Ireland Coastal Rowing Championships on the front page with results and photos inside. There are reports from the return to school, GAA updates, TidyTowns advice and upcoming events in community.
The July issue features the upcoming Appreciation Evening for Batt Burns on the front cover. The programme for the Sneem Summer Festival 2022 which runs from 20th to 24th July is in the centre pages. The results of Sneem regatta, news from Sneem Digital Hub, Sneem TidyTowns, Parish news and other local events are covered.
The front cover of the May issue features Colm “Gooch” Cooper in conversation with Killian Burns at Sneem Digital Hub’s recent event to thank people in the community for their contributions to the Hub. The report continues inside. There are also reports from local schools, sporting organisations, scouts, etc. Biodiversity Week events in the local area include Creating a Community Wildlife Garden in Church Field, Sneem on 13th May.
The April edition of the Sneem Community Notice Board carries tributes to Catriona O’Sullivan, Chairperson of Sneem Resource Centre who was tragically taken from us on Sunday 3rd April 2022. She is such a huge loss to her family and the community of Sneem. There are pictures and prizewinners from St. Patrick’s Day, Sneem GAA medal presentations and news from Tahilla and Sneem schools as well as local clubs.
The November issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board featured upcoming events such a visit from the Welch contingent of the LIVE Project, as storytelling evening and the upcoming outdoor Christmas Market. Inside are photos of the Scarecrows on the Green Festival, the 2021 Sneem TidyTowns Adjudication Report and reports from local clubs.
The July/August issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features the Knightley family who won a car in the local Credit Union members draw. Inside find reports of Sneem Development’s work around the village and a list of the Top 10 things to do for free in Sneem. There’s a collage of the Sneem River Word Walk 2021 on the back cover.
The June issue features two new businesses on the front cover, Kav’s Coffee and Sneem Heritage Village Tours. Inside, there are end of year reports from Sneem Community Preschool and Creche and Tahilla and Sneem National schools. This bumper full colour issue contains a pull out AED map showing where defibrillators can be found in the local area. There is also news of golf, gardening, tennis and boules, Sneem has everything to enjoy outdoors this summer.
This month’s newsletter has details of businesses reopening after the latest (and hopefully the last) lockdown. There are reports from both schools, the Darkness into Light swim, Sneem Autism Friendly project, Sneem TidyTowns, Resource Centre, Church and the hunt for the common lizard from the LIVE project.
After a short but busy tourism season, Sneem is delighted to see the reopening of our two local primary schools and preschool and creche, details inside with a welcome increase in new students. There’s also an update on the increasingly successful Sneem Digital Hub resulting from people working from home and when visiting Sneem. There’s a synopsis of the inaugural Sneem Story House meeting and and the winners of Sneem Tidytowns Blooms for the Bees competition are announced.
The July issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features kids from the recent Sneem Cúl Camp and the IRCC Air Ambulance which recently attended a medical emergency in Sneem on the front page. Inside are updates from local groups, including plans for a new Wildlife Garden and Community Orchard from Sneem TidyTowns. The success of Sneem Digital Hub is an unexpected result of Covid 19 with lots of people now working remotely.
The June issue of the Sneem Community Notice Board features all the local businesses reopening in Sneem after prolonged shutdown due to the Covid 19 epidemic. There’s an update on the situation with the public health nurse and tips for planting pollinator friendly plants for Sneem TidyTowns Blooms for Bees Competition which is running this summer.
After an absence due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are delighted to be publishing the newsletter again. The latest updates on the Covid-19 restrictions are featured as well as initiatives that can be carried out adhering to guidelines such as birdwatching, gardening and entering Sneem TidyTowns Bloom for Bees Competition
The November issue of Sneem Community Notice Board features the winner of the GAA lotto on the front cover. Inside there are photos and reports of the Scarecrows on the Green and other Halloween festivities. The programme for the upcoming Sneem International Storytelling and Folklore Festival is printed on the centre pages.