‘PHONE YOUR CÉILÍ’ BECAUSE VISITING IN PERSON ISN’T POSSIBLE

10 December 2021 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Veronica Corr

Scotstown GAA’s national award-winning ‘Make Your Céilí’, the brainchild of the Health and Wellbeing committee, will take a different form this year, as the ongoing pandemic means it may not be possible to visit neighbours and friends in person. However, just because people have to keep their distance, doesn’t mean that they can’t keep in touch. This year, communities across Monaghan and the country are encouraged to ‘Phone Your Céilí,’ as meaningful chats and connections can still be made in this way.

Speaking to The Northern Standard this week, Bernie Sherry, Scotstown GAA Health and Wellbeing Officer, who has retired her little red teapot for this year, noted that everyone was feeling fed up and isolated as a result…

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