Lorrha Notes

The green wave that hit Tipp on Sunday last in the Munster final Hurling Championship.
Final score Limerick 2.26 – Tipperary 2.14

Missing Animal.

A 2 year old Charolais bullock has gone missing from a farm in the Lorrha area. Anyone who knows of its whereabouts please call (087) 9393871.

Church News.

Please Note that all details of Mass times, dates and contact numbers are detailed on the parish web site www.lorrhadorrha.ie under local info and Churches. Vigil Mass in Redwood Church on Saturday 6th July at 6.30pm and in Rathcabbin Church the following day at 11.30am. First Friday Mass will be celebrated in Rathcabbin Church on Friday evening July 5th at 8.00pm.

Lorrha Cemetery Mass.

Please note that Lorrha Cemetery Mass will take place on Saturday 13th July at 6.30pm.


Sympathy is extended to the Dermody families Rathcabbin of the death of John Dillon, Roscrea which occurred last week. May he rest in peace.

North Tipperary Ploughing.

North Tipperary Ploughing committee extend sympathy to Eamon Dermody on the death of his uncle John Dillon Roscrea. May he rest in peace.

Date for your Diary.

A double attraction fundraiser will take place on Friday 20th September in Dooly’s Hotel, Birr. Robert Mizzel and the Country Kings in the Ballroom, Dickie Donnelly in Melbas Night Club. Tickets €20 are available from Ann Delahunt Smyth on (087) 9625218. All proceeds to 1. Irish Community Rapid Response Emergency Helicopter, 2. Down Syndrom Offaly, 3. Birr Community First Responders. Why not come along for a great night out and support these great charities/organizations.

Hard Luck.

Commiserations to  Brian Hogan and the Tipperary senior team who were beaten by a very strong and determining Limerick in the Munster final last Sunday.

Well Done.

Well done to Clodagh McIntyre and the Tipperary Senior team who beat Waterford in the rescheduled All Ireland championship game held in Kilkenny on Saturday last. We wish Clodagh and the girls the best of luck on their next outing this coming Saturday.


When cleaning out your wardrobe to make room for the new collection, please remember Lorrha Development/Tidy Towns who continue to collect unwanted clothes throughout the year. Items of clothing must be clean and dry and in good condition please and we can supply bags if you want. We can also collect to make it easy for you, just call (086) 8647166, (086) 8493595 or (087) 2601413 with your name and details. Please note we cannot accept Duvets, bedding, household linen, pillows, cushions, carpets, rugs and mats including bath toilet and shower mats soiled or wet clothing but good quality unwanted clothing for re-use (not recycling). All money raised from all fundraising ventures is used for the ongoing work around Lorrha Village. Many thanks for your continued support.