The Kinvara Community Centre has been closed to help in the fight against the spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19), however the Community Council Office is still providing support to the Community and is contactable as follows:
Telephone: 083 152 8560 (Mon-Fri, 9am – 12 noon)
There has been a huge community response
from businesses and local people offering support, help and assistance.
Information about what local services and sources will be published in a
regular Community Council newsletter and will be will be distributed by email
and posted on notice boards in the town.
If you have a service or idea that you
think may be of assistance to others, please email a brief outline to us on the
above email and we will try to include it in the next newsletter.
Our focus must be on staying well and
following all guidelines to remain safe. We are very lucky to have such a brilliant
community in Kinvara. Together we can get through this by staying in contact
and helping in whatever way we can.
Please share this newsletter with your
neighbours and friends. To join the
Kinvara Community Centre mailing list (to automatically receive the next
newsletter), please send the Community Centre office your email address.
At Euro spar Kinvara, it is business as normal and good stock available. Hot Deli food counter is open and home deliveries are available. Please contact 091 637 250 or email email@example.com We support social and personal distancing and hygiene.
Here in Keogh’s we are starting a takeaway/delivery service, this service is available Thursday- Sunday, 5pm-9:30pm. Orders can be placed on 091-638 481. Collection is through the hatch at the front door. If successful, we look to extend the service.
A selection of Hot Dinners are available daily for collection from Costcutters, Main Street from 12noon contact 091 637 891 or Mace, Ballybrannigan from 11.30am contact 091 637 493
The fish van will be parked on Friday from 10.30 to 1.30 approx. across the road from Keogh’s for anyone wanting fish. Advanced booking for fish can be made by phoning 087 162 4350 David.
Healing Harvest is closed to the public but is offering a pre-order and collect service. We can be contacted by email – firstname.lastname@example.org, WhatsApp – 085 715 0374 or phone – 091 637 176. We can prepare the order, take payment over the phone and arrange for you to collect. We can also arrange for delivery to those who are vulnerable and/or self-isolating.
Burren Yoga Centre & Mediation Centre has yoga classes CDs which we are also available as MP3 files so that people can practice at home. It’s very important that we all look after our health and especially our mental well-being during these challenging times. These MP3 classes help our own yoga students practice at home while there are no yoga classes available. More details at www.burrenyoga.com/special-hire/shop/ or ring 091-637 680.
Kinvara FM – If anyone wants to send me short audio greetings to me here or on WhatsApp/Viber etc. at 087 277 8146 I will put together a ‘Greetings from Kinvara’ show and I will let everyone know when it’s on. Also, if anyone wants to request a specific show we have in our archives we will endeavour to play it at the weekend.
- We in Kinvara Tidy Towns support the policy
of social distancing till we are advised otherwise and so we are cancelling all
Tidy Towns group activities till further notice. If you would like to get some
fresh air and exercise by yourself we have taken the decision to leave our Tidy
Towns shed unlocked for now. There are litter pickers and wheelie bins and some
gloves and some garden tools in there. You are very welcome to do whatever activity
you choose whether it is a litter pick around the town or the quay or some
weeding/planting of any of the flower beds around the Community Centre or the
school or elsewhere.
Please leave the shed
tidy and if you can take the litter home that’s great or if not leave in the
bin and we will try to sort it. Please leave all the tools/equipment back where
you got it. Please close the door and fix with the bolt when you are leaving.
- Volunteers list: Know of anyone in need/alone/elderly during
this crisis we are facing? We are a small group of local women who have the
time to help out, be it to do a grocery shop, collect and deliver take away
meals, collect prescriptions, pensions (An Post said people can nominate
someone to collect pensions).
Please contact any one of us:
Jackie Veale 086 175 0391 email@example.com
Fiona Freeney 087 365 8958 firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Harnett Dalton 087 857 6561 email@example.com
Siobhan Brennan Dwyer 087 919 5241
Ann Heaney 086
Dana Conole 085
Deirdre Barrow 086
Eileen Tully 087
Paul Dalton 087
Whatever way we can help we will. Stay safe
& stay home.