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.


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As we approach the Summer our thoughts turn to Fun in the sun in Ballybunion....no better place on earth when the Sun shines & it is on our doorstep.
Ballybunion was beautiful when Fr Tim was young and it was still as beautiful in the fine summer of 2014
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Here is Pat-Joe Driscoll on his confirmation day and his older sister Maureen who was his sponsor, I see you have two other photos on your page taken outside the same house.
Pat-Joe and Maureen are the children of Jim and Ellen (née Lyons) Driscoll of Kilconly, They both immigrated to Bristol in UK where Maureen met and married a Kerry man Tom Fitzgerald from Kinard West near Dingle. Pat-Joe married Margaret Webb in Bristol; she was from Cheltenham and a daughter of one of the mathematicians on Alan Turing team at Bletchley Park who helped to break the code of the Enigma Machine during the Second World War.
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Happy Easter to all Parishioners both near & far from all at the Ballydonoghue Parish Magazine.
A typical advert for dancing at Hegarty’s at Easter in the 1960s after the forbidden dancing season of Lent was over.
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Sport is always the heart of the Parish;2017 edition will be jam packed with sporting achievements at all levels.....
One of the first photos published in the 1985 Parish Magazine – the Ballydonoghue Community Games boys’ Gaelic football team.
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One of the major events in the Parish 40 years ago this year......
“Save the last dance for me!” The announcement in The Kerryman of what was to be the last-ever dance in Hegarty’s Hall on Nov 25th, 1977........Memories & pictures would be lovely for 2017 edition of Magazine.
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