Glenboy/Glenfarne Group Water Scheme
REMINDER: Payment of Annual Water Maintenance Charge Now Due. By the Friday, 31st May, the Committee who run the Scheme (voluntarily) hope to have completed the collection of this year’s charge of €150. The number of payments collected to-date are ahead of expectations and the Committee are confident the vast majority of its members (nearly 400) will have paid by the end of the month.
If you are connected to the Scheme and have still to pay, there are two methods available: (1) Lodge €150 directly to the G/G Group Water Scheme, Ulster Bank, Manorhamilton: Sort Code: 986090; Account No. 16702046. Some members making payment from UK also sought the IBAN: IE03ULSB98609016702046 and Swift BIC: ULSBIE2D. If possible, quote your Water Ref. No. and request a receipt from the Bank. Otherwise, email the Secretary, Glenboy/Glenfarne Group Water Scheme (address below) and request confirmation of your payment. (2) By cheque or postal order (for €150) made out to G/G Group Water Scheme and send to Mr. Frank Somers, Treasurer, Group Water Scheme, Briscloonagh, Glenfarne, Co. Leitrim again quote your Water Ref. No.
To ensure the smooth and efficient running of the Scheme, please make your payment before the end of May. Posting costly reminder letters and calling house-to-house to request overdue payments are actions the Committee can ill afford and hope to keep to an absolute minimum this year.
Finally, some members may still have not received notifications of charges; the most likely reason being change of ownership/title/tenancy of some properties connected to the Scheme, if this is the case or if you need to contact the Secretary (Jimmy McMorrow) for any reason, email: email@example.com or tel. 083 1131169.
North Leitrim Women’s Centre
Your Women’s Centre needs your help to raise funds for the North Leitrim Women’s Centre by Bag Packing on Friday, 31st May and Saturday, 1st June in Dunnes Stores, Cranmore, Sligo. If you can give an hour or two on any of these dates please contact the Centre on 071 9856220, email firstname.lastname@example.org or simply call into the Women’s Centre. We would really appreciate your help in making sure our door stays open.
“Green Ribbon Campaign”
This week at the Ballagh Centre the Thursday Club have invited Rachel Reilly from Mental Health Ireland to talk as part of the nationwide “Green Ribbon Campaign”. Rachel will give a talk specifically for older people around general awareness of mental health and information on what people can do to look after their mental wellbeing as they get older. Anyone in the area who is interested is welcome to come along between 11am-1pm on Thursday, 23rd May.