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 2017 edition of BPM now. Please forward by emailing magazine@ballydonoghue.net



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Gisele Scanlon from Glouria who was among the first teens to write for the Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine back in the 1987 issue. Gisele is now a lifestyle writer and fashion expert. Her article then was entitled "Ballydonoghue From a Teenager's Point of View" and among the interesting observations was the statement that 'Ballydonoghue is a personal possession which I shall keep in my heart and mind wherever I go'. Read the youth section in the upcoming BPM to see what the present generation of teens think. ... See MoreSee Less

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"The fields that climb the mountain..." The hill fields of Urlee in the September sun yesterday. Don't forget to forward your landscape photos to magazine@ballydonoghue.net. North Kerry is beautiful! ... See MoreSee Less

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A group of young people outside St Teresa's, Ballydonoghue on a fine Sunday in 2014. The Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine of 2017 will have a vibrant youth section with debs, sport, occasions, creative writing and photography competitions and much more! Contact the BPM here on Facebook or at magazine@ballydonoghue.net. ... See MoreSee Less

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Seventy years ago outside New York City Hall...The Kerry and Cavan teams pictured after a reception given in their honour, ahead of the famous Polo Grounds All Ireland final of 1947. Our own Ballydonoghue stalwarts Mick Finucane (RIP) and Eddie Dowling (RIP) played a major role in that final. If you are living in New York or know of anyone overseas who would like to contact the Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine please contact us here on Facebook or at magazine@ballydonoghue.net or see the BPM's website Ballydonoghuemagazine.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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