13 Aug 2022

Manorhamilton & District invite new members

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Manorhamilton & District invite new members

The Manorhamilton and District Text Alert scheme covers Manorhamilton, Glencar, Mullies, Rossinver and Kiltyclogher.

All text alert schemes nationwide are operated in co-operation with An Garda Siochána and one of the main aims of each text alert scheme is to prevent everyone within the community in which they are set up from becoming a victim of crime in as far is at all possible.

Garda Padhraic Corrigan is the Liaison Officer for the Manorhamilton and District Text Alert scheme. Everyone who observes suspicious activity or suspicious vehicles, etc., (description and registration numbers of, etc.,) is asked to phone 071-9820620 (Manorhamilton Garda Station) and report, as soon as possible, what he or she has observed.

When necessary a text message with brief details of the suspicious activity, etc., will be issued to all members who have signed up with the Manorhamilton and District Text Alert scheme by An Garda Siochána through the scheme's service provider, Grapevine.

All current members of the Manorhamilton and District Text Alert scheme are now invited to renew their membership fee of €10 and all new members who wish to join the scheme can do so by paying the membership fee of €10.

Current members of the scheme are invited to contact their local scheme representative (listed below) as soon as possible with regard to renewing their memberships, as are new members who wish to join the scheme –

Rossinver: Eugene Fox, Geraldine Harte, Dervla Gilmartin;

Mullies: Bridget Kerrigan;

Lurganboy: Liam McBride;

Amorset: John O'Dell, Clare McGauran;

Skreeney: Emma Coyle, Karen Hickey, Hugh McGurrin;

McDermott Terrace: Michael McSharry;

Larkfield: Pat Harte, Eugene McGrath;

Cornastalk: Eugene Kelly, Martin Joyce; Ross Joe McLoughlin; Anne McGriskin;

Towneymoyle: Linda McManus;

Glencar: Óisin McDonald, Seamus Devaney;

Glenboy: Barry O'Hagan, Sharon McGuinness, Kevin and Helen McManus;

Kiltyclogher: Olive Gallagher, Kathleen McCaffrey.

Envelopes are available in Bredin's Newsagents, Lock Up Alarms, Killasnett Co-Op in Manorhamilton and in McGriskin's Kiltyclogher.

Membership fees defray the costs of providing the scheme for items such as signage, public liability insurance with Muintir na Tire (one of the scheme's promoters), Grapevine text alert charges, etc.

The Committee would like to thank Caroline Ward of Caz Cards for sponsoring new Text Alert signs.

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