LATEST NEWS FROM LYRE
Updated September 18 2017
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Click this link for short video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5vcKBFyMfY&feature=youtu.be
You are worth a Medal!
Messing about on the river
Fundraising 5k and 10k walk/run for
Irish Coast Guard Helicopter in
Click this link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld-YZ6FAaKE&feature=youtu.be
Writers Week Tour in Lyreacrompane
Dan is in the paper!
Lyreacrompane Post Office featured in Kerry's Eye
Johnny and Marie Nolan at Lyreacrompane Post Office
Lyreacrompane who married this weekend.
Fleadh Cheoil County Winners 2017
Click here to see clip https://youtu.be/wdH9IQVh3cs
Henry Shefflin's roots in Kerry were highlighted when Kay O'Leary told Ray about them.
Congratulations Karen and Tommy
Truck in Trouble
Caoimhe Lyons from Lyreacrompane features on TG4 at 8pm Sunday night, April 16, with all her school pals from Gaelscoil Mhic Easmainn in Tralee. In the trailer below Caoimhe is the one doing the Séan Nos dancing...
Rally Driving in Sunny Lyreacrompane
Happy Anniversary Tim and Martina
Mick Naughton celebrates
Photo - The Advertiser
Dan will be twenty this year!!!
The big event of 2017 in Lyreacrompane has to be the 20th Dan Paddy Andy Festival. Now would be a good time to plan to be at our four day festival on the August Bank Holiday Weekend, Friday to Monday August 4 to 7. We are proud of the fact that the festival has grown and established itself as a popular event in Kerry with an unbroken run for two decades.
On the occasion of our twentieth anniversary we are planning to make the festival bigger and better than ever with big names and a couple of new events. We will be announcing full details soon. The Dan Paddy Andy Festival has become a time for exiles to return to meet neighbours and old friends. This year’s festival will be a special one and we hope to see lots of exiles back to celebrate with us and all those who turn up from near and far for Lyreacrompane’s premier event.
If you are seeking accommodation near to the Festival the good news is that Glenduff Manor is now offering self catering accommodation. Find out more on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GlenduffManor/?fref=ts or https://www.airbnb.ie/rooms/16551789
Glenduff Manor, Kielduff Phone 00353 (0)66 713 7105
Congratulations to Bernie Moloney and Conor Devlin
Some short videos and links
to do with Lyreacrompane
Just click on the link
The Dan Paddy Andy Festival Bog Walk 2015 was
videoed by Irish TV
Joe's Country Kingdom
Click on the following link to listen to Joe's Country Kingdom
with Joe Harrington
broadcast live from Lyreacrompane on
Tuesdays, 9 to 11pm and Saturdays, 9pm to 11pm on internet radio.
At the Ploughing at Causeway
Announcing Glenduff Manor
There is general delight in the Lyreacrompane area at the news that Glenduff House is to be extended as a hotel. The historic building was once in the hands of the Hurly Family who were the landlords of Lyreacrompane from 1857 to 1911. There has been a shortage of accommodation for visitors and exiles who visit this general area. The best of luck to Michael O’Malley and his team with their ambitious project which we are sure will be a great and convenient venue for locals and those visiting our place. The new venue will be called Glenduff Manor and will be officially opened on Saturday, January 21 at 12.30pm.
Guarding local resources
Guard What We Have: It is worth considering the important things we have in our community. These include our School, Post Office, Community Centre, Festival and the various small businesses. In the present economic situation it is vital that we continue to support the things that makes and keeps us a vibrant community. Let us appreciate the things we have and work individually and collectively to maintain, extend and improve them. There are a lot of things working against small rural communities like ours and we all need to think of the bigger picture so as to protect what we have. No one else is going to do that for us.