Events and notices from Clonoe O’Rahilly’s GFC.
‘We stand together, united in our determination to reclaim our community’ – Reflection on Coalisland vigil against drugs7th April 2012 | By: Fr-Paul-Byrne | Comments Off on ‘We stand together, united in our determination to reclaim our community’ – Reflection on Coalisland vigil against drugs
COMMENT Today we gathered together as a community united against the misuse of drugs and other substances.
‘Bind us together’: Hundreds join hands in show of solidarity at Coalisland vigil against town’s drugs problems7th April 2012 | By: brendan64 | 1 Comment »
Crowds of Coalisland residents joined hands in the centre of the town as part of a demonstration against the area’s growing issues with drug dealing and addiction.
Residents in Coalisland are to gather this afternoon for a public vigil against drugs in the town – and Coalisland Post will be covering the demonstration live.
CRAIC Theatre regulars will take to the stage next week to perform The Lieutenant of Inishmore – a farcical look at political violence during The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
COMMENT On the recent upsurge of interest from residents about the drug problem in Coalisland, I feel that the following points should be taken under consideration.
A demonstration is to be held in Coalisland on Saturday in protest against drugs in the town.
Pupils at St Joseph’s College in Coalisland have competed in a handball blitz against some of the best young handballers in the county.
Coalisland-based company Geda Construction has won a major contract to construct a new £1m reservoir to supply water to homes in Antrim.