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CHAROLAIS ANGELS! THREE TYDAVNET CHILDREN OPT TO AUCTION HAND-REARED CALF BORN DURING LOCKDOWN FOR CANCER CHARITIES AT BALLYBAY MART’S HALLOWEEN HEIFER SALE

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21 Oct 2022 Comments Off on CHAROLAIS ANGELS! THREE TYDAVNET CHILDREN OPT TO AUCTION HAND-REARED CALF BORN DURING LOCKDOWN FOR CANCER CHARITIES AT BALLYBAY MART’S HALLOWEEN HEIFER SALE
CHAROLAIS ANGELS! THREE TYDAVNET CHILDREN OPT TO AUCTION HAND-REARED CALF BORN DURING LOCKDOWN FOR CANCER CHARITIES AT BALLYBAY MART’S HALLOWEEN HEIFER SALE

By Veronica Corr The term good news story is grossly over-used, but The Northern Standard are confident that this heartwarming tale of a farming family and their beloved pet calf reared during lockdown, qualifies as such. Three Tydavnet children have decided to part with their cherished Charolais heifer named George, now twoyears- old, in a show of solidarity with all those who are suffering from various forms of cancer within their community and beyond. George, a heifer calf was born on October 8th 2020, but her birthname given to her ...

TIMELY FUNDING BOOST FOR ‘BLAYNEY AND TYDAVNET SHOWS

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14 Jul 2022 Comments Off on TIMELY FUNDING BOOST FOR ‘BLAYNEY AND TYDAVNET SHOWS

Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael TD and Minister for Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys TD has announced a timely financial boost for the Castleblayney and Tydavnet agricultural shows which are set to be staged once again this summer after being deferred for a number of years due to the restrictions attendant to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Co Monaghan events are among a list of 119 agricultural shows taking place in the coming months which will each receive allocations of up to €6,000, based on vouched expenditure. “I know how much agricultural ...

NEW PARISH PRIEST FOR TYDAVNET

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6 Dec 2019 Comments Off on NEW PARISH PRIEST FOR TYDAVNET
NEW PARISH PRIEST FOR TYDAVNET

Fr Stephen Joyce has been installed as the new Parish Priest of Tydavnet by Bishop Larry Duffy of Clogher. The rite of Induction and Installation took place during the regular Sunday Mass at St Mary’s Church, Urbleshanny. After Bishop Duffy’s homily, the new Parish Priest was inducted by hearing his rights and responsibilities read aloud. He then made a Profession of Faith following which he was formally installed by the Bishop. To mark his responsibility to preach the Gospel and administer the sacraments, he was presented with the Lectionary of ...

TYDAVNET SHOW DRAW WINNER

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14 Sep 2019 Comments Off on TYDAVNET SHOW DRAW WINNER
TYDAVNET SHOW DRAW WINNER

Robert McBride receives his prize of €100 Monaghan Town Voucher which he won at this years Tydavnet Show and was sponsored by AIB Monaghan. In the photo are – L-R Beulah Alexaner, AIB, Ian McBride, AIB, Robert Mc Bride, and Una Curran, AIB.

A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST AT TYDAVNET SHOW

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22 Aug 2019 Comments Off on A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST AT TYDAVNET SHOW
A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST AT TYDAVNET SHOW

Car enthusiast, Jim Joe McCarra arriving in his vintage Ford at Tydavnet Show on Saturday last. The 68th running of the event attracted record entries and many visitors to the North Monaghan area for what proved to be a very successful day for all concerned. Report and more images on pages 22 & 23.

TYDAVNET SHOW

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2 Aug 2019 Comments Off on TYDAVNET SHOW
TYDAVNET SHOW

At the launch of Tydavnet Show were front (L-R) Rachel Woods, Tydavnet Show Queen, Gerard Meehan, President of Tydavnet Show, Kevin Connolly and Raymond Brady, Irish Shows Association. Behind are (L-R) Joy and Tom Bratten, Armagh Show, Paula McKenna, Tydavnet Show and Mary Clerkin, Ballybay Livestock Sales. ©Rory Geary/The Northern Standard

TYDAVNET SHOW LAUNCH SETS SCENE FOR 68TH EVENT ON AUGUST 15TH

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20 Jun 2019 Comments Off on TYDAVNET SHOW LAUNCH SETS SCENE FOR 68TH EVENT ON AUGUST 15TH
TYDAVNET SHOW LAUNCH SETS SCENE FOR 68TH EVENT ON AUGUST 15TH

By Veronica Corr Wednesday night last saw a packed attendance congregate for the launch of the 68th Tydavnet Show in the community centre of the village that bears the same name. Gerard Sherlock acted as MC on the evening and he pointed out that preparation for the next show begins when the annual show ends — there are monthly meetings etc., but the launch acts as a kickstart in the run-up to the event itself. This year’s chairperson Paula Treanor welcomed distinguished guests including Jim Harrison and Raymond Brady of ...

FORMER SCOTSTOWN FOOTBALLER ORDAINED IN MONAGHAN

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6 Jul 2018 Comments Off on FORMER SCOTSTOWN FOOTBALLER ORDAINED IN MONAGHAN
FORMER SCOTSTOWN FOOTBALLER ORDAINED IN MONAGHAN

Michael Fisher It was a day of celebration for the parish of Tydavnet and the diocese of Clogher as former Scotstown footballer Seán Mulligan from Knockatallon was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Noel Treanor at St Macartan’s Cathedral in Monaghan on Sunday. It had been over fifty years since anyone from that area close to the border with Co. Fermanagh had been ordained. Fr Seán is 47 and is a lifelong pioneer, with a great devotion to Our Lady, in the footsteps of the late Canon Bernard Maguire from ...

TYDAVNET SHOW CUPS

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1 Sep 2017 Comments Off on TYDAVNET SHOW CUPS
TYDAVNET SHOW CUPS

BELGIAN AMBASSADOR WELCOMES VISITORS FROM GEEL TO DUBLIN

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19 May 2017 Comments Off on BELGIAN AMBASSADOR WELCOMES VISITORS FROM GEEL TO DUBLIN
BELGIAN AMBASSADOR WELCOMES VISITORS FROM GEEL TO DUBLIN

Michael Fisher Belgium’s Ambassador to Ireland hosted a reception at his residence last Thursday for a group of visitors from Geel, a city in the province of Antwerp. They flew in from Brussels and were given a short tour of Dublin city centre on their way to the embassy. Their route took them past Croke Park and the GPO in O’Connell Street, as well as Raglan Road in Ballsbridge, where the link with Monaghan poet Patrick Kavanagh was explained. The Belgians were on their way to County Monaghan to celebrate 25 ...