Ballycumber club notes

December 19, 2017

A Walkers Guide to Ballycumber Past.

Ballycumber GAA History Group wish to acknowledge receipt of five hundred euro from the Communities Facilities Scheme to help with our project of recording and publishing the rich local history of this area.

The Communities Facilities Scheme funds projects that seek to enhance communities, address disadvantage and improve social cohesion at a local level. It is operated in a complementary manner with other schemes or programmes being operated in communities, including in particular, the SICAP, RAPID and CLAR Programmes, adding value to those and other front-line schemes. It also sought to address some of the difficulties local community groups face in terms of accessing very often small scale levels of funding to match their own fundraising effort, in order to get community projects off the ground.


Congratulations to Tracy Mealiffe and Nigel Dunne on their marriage on Friday.

History and Coffee in Gussies.

Ballycumber GAA History Group are issuing an invitation to everyone with a story or photograph of any local historic event or location to meet for coffee or tea in Gussies Coffee Shop on Friday 29th December at 11oclock. All welcome.


The numbers drawn this week were 3, 17, 26,30. No jackpot or match three winner. Five lucky dip winners share 150 euro. Next week's draw will be held in Flynn's of Grogan on St Stephen Nights for a jackpot of4800.

The weekly lotto is the primary source of income for the Club and we are very thankful to the many supporters who play our lotto. A Happy Christmas to you all.

Next week's lotto draw will be held in Flynn's of Grogan on Tuesday, St Stephens Day.


Welcome home to family members who will be spending Christmas at home with their loved ones.

Happy Christmas.

We wish all our supporters, players and members a Very Happy Christmas and a Successful New Year.


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