The Summer Star Reading Adventure for 2021 is now over and certificates for all participants are now ready to be collected at the Booklidi Library.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls who participated this year. We are thrilled to have over 200 children enrolled in the adventure this summer, and we hope the boys and girls will be reading and visiting the library throughout the year.
Many thanks to all who participated this year and don’t forget to call the Brown Library to collect your certificates.
Bundy Library is open for browsing and ‘meeting and gathering’ during regular opening hours. If you want, you can order your favorite books online and the staff will send you a text as they prepare to collect it. ‘Talk and gather’ by appointment. Librarians can pick up a bag of up to six books (DVDs) on the subject of their choice. They will let you know when they are available.
Print can be emailed from home and collected during opening hours. Limited scanning and photocopying facilities are available.
Until now, computer and research facilities are not available according to government guidelines.
You can drop off your luggage and return.
The library can provide home-based booking services. You can request a book bag and they will be delivered directly to your door. Phone Bunclody Library on 053 9375466.
Your online library is open 24/7. Free e-books, e-audio books, e-newspapers, language lessons, online courses, comic and graphic novels, business and company research and more can be found in the e-books and eResources section of our library website: wexfordcoco.ie/ libraries / ebooks-and-resources.
Returning to school anxiety
Supporting Your Child or Toddler Back to School Presented by Dr. Mali Coin is available online at all of the Maxford County Public Library Facebook pages and the Wesford Library YouTube channel.
Dr. Mali Coin is the best-selling author, clinical psychologist and educator at NUI Galway. She is a child mental health advocate and is on the Mental Health Advisory Panel for Desire for Life.
Anxiety and parenting go hand in hand, especially in times of change, and going back to school after the summer break can bring similar stress to children, teens, and parents.
Join us for an online chat with Dr. Mali Coin, who talks about the stress children face when they return to school, and use her safe compassionate approach to raising your troubled child from his popular book ‘In Love, Loving’ Compassion ‘.
Malim spends time answering questions. Mali’s approach stems from her experience of being a very anxious child, of being “sometimes” a hard-working parent, and of supporting children and parents who have been anxious for years. It is hoped that you will have some parenting reassurance and some very practical tools to help you and your children.
The Oxford County Public Library Service works annually with the CYPSC (Children and Youth Services Committee) to provide Parenting Today for Parents and Guardians Annual Free Speech Parenting Program.
Outdoor teacher course
Do you want to be an outdoor teacher? Enroll in a QQI Level 5 teacher training program at the Bincode FET Center. This one-year course will lead to awards in academic recreation and adventure sports, including kayaking. Mountain biking and hiking. If you are looking for a career as a foreign teacher, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit fetchcourses.ie today to apply for this free and exciting course.
Bunclody FET Center
Bundidi Further Education and Training Center is offering the following free, part-time courses this fall.
Returning to education covers basic computers, daily math, reading and writing, and a healthy lifestyle. Family Education covers QQI Level 3 sewing, reading with your children and school math for parents. Available Modules QQI Level Two and Pound Computers, QQI Level 3 Office Processes, QQI Level 3 Digital Media, QQI Level 2/3 Food & Health, QQI Level 3 Container Garden and QQI Level 3 with Numbers to make.
For information, contact Rory Sweeney on 087 6442027 or email email@example.com.
St. Mary’s Church opens every Saturday afternoon
Gob is a quiet place for visitors and locals, and is open from 2pm to 6pm on Saturday afternoons. In addition, welcome to the morning prayer or the sacrament service any Sunday morning at 11:30. Contact Rev. Trevor Surgeon on 087 2547836 for more information.
Semi-Wi-House / Bunicodi GA Club Walking Track is open. Users will be asked to maintain social distance and respect the safety of other members who comply with government guidelines and use the club’s resources.
Walking track membership is now available. It is € 10 for the year, OAPAS € 5. To make arrangements to pay, club power can be paid at bit.ly/hwhmembership or you can call club chairman James Doyle on 087 9594639.
Bundidi parish office
Buncodi Church Office Opening Hours – Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (closed 1pm to 1:30 pm) and Friday, 8:30 am to 1:00 am Diocesan Office Contact 053 9376190 or by email is mostholytrinitypo @ gmail .com.
F. O’Connor can be reached at 053 9377319.
Community job opportunities
Mount Leinster Community Employment CLG has community employment opportunities for the Bincodi Church.
Job Reference – 2189791. Closing date is September 24.
Garda screening will be implemented.
To check your eligibility, please contact Recruitment Services Bridgepoint Enniscorthy, local DEAS.P (INTREO) office, Enniscorthy, 053 9239300. and those who are 21 and over are eligible according to DEASP eligibility requirements. Garda screening will be implemented.
Bunclody Vocational College-Parent Association-Pot
The Bonkodi Vocational College Parents Association will hold its next split on Wednesday, September 8th.
Envelopes are available at Buncedie Credit Union, Buncodi VC, Euro spar, Ken Rothwell, Aurellis Supervalu and Stimmer newspapers.
If you have a photo, old or new that you would like to publish on this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Barbara-Ann on 087 6736966.