Welcome to Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine


Welcome to Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine’s website. Over the years our vibrant community has had many interesting stories to tell. Our magazine facilitates our members with a means of connecting and sharing these stories. This website is an extension of our magazine, integrating participation and contribution from the community as a whole, providing real-time interactivity for our members to stay connected wherever they be. We now have a means of staying connected with family members or friends who may reside in different locations across the world, and we welcome their valued contributions in the form of articles, verse and photos.

Kerry Community Awards 2017

Community is at the heart of everything that is done in the Magazine.This commitment was rewarded recently in Killarney with Jim Finnerty accepting our reward on behalf of all involved in the Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine.A wonderful achievement & proud moment for all involved.


 


 

Why not submit your articles or photos for the 2018 edition of BPM now. Please forward by emailing magazine@ballydonoghue.net



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Members of the BPM committee and the Lisselton Bardic Festival committee recording a Radio Kerry programme (Kerrywide) with Seán Hurley today in Tomáisín's. ... See MoreSee Less

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Three books worth reading again before the evenings get long...but only if you haven't read all the 2017 Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine! ... See MoreSee Less

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A page from an Irish story from 51 years ago written in Liam de Brún's class in Lisselton School..."Tigh Tré Thine". A lot of sods of turf have been burned since! The BPM announces that a hand-writing exposé will be hosted by the magazine for schools in this year's 34th edition. And also, If you have any old writings why not contribute them to the magazine at magazine@ballydonoghue.net. ... See MoreSee Less

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"I think that I shall never see
A poem as lovely as a..." bush!
This was how a bush looked on Scralm Road today in the February sun. Now if that bush could talk...
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Here's something for all readers of the Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine on St Valentine's Day! Lá sona Naomh Vailintín daoibh fo léir! ... See MoreSee Less

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