The annual St Patrick’s Cathedral Steak BBQ will take place on Saturday 22 June at 7pm in the Diocesan Hall, Loman Street.
Tickets cost €20 for adults, €10 for teenagers and there is no charge for children under 12. Tickets are available from An Siopa Caislean, Castle Street, Trim and The Deanery, Loman Street, Trim. Tickets will also be available at the door on the night.
For more information, call 046 943 6698.
St Patrick’s National School is raising funds and source resources for a new garden project, which includes the purchase of a polytunnel.
The goal is to raise €1,500 for the purchase of a polytunnel and materials for raised beds within. The polytunnel, once complete, will provide an outstanding outdoor classroom environment that will allow for hands-on, real-time learning for students.
A school garden is an excellent way for children to learn about nutrition and healthy diets while increasing their environmental awareness. The children will be able to experience growing various plants and vegetables, harvesting them and tasting the end product.
This project will allow the children to reconnect with the natural world and learn more about the real source of their food.
No donation is too small, every cent helps. To donate, click here.
RTÉ 1 television and RTÉ Radio 1 Extra will broadcast a Eucharist service on Easter Sunday, 21st April.
The service will be celebrated by the Very Revd Paul Bogle, who will be joined by the Meath Diocesan Choir and parishioners from the parishes of Trim and Athboy.
The service will be recorded in RTÉ’s studios on Palm Sunday, 14 April. To take part in this service, parishioners can add their names to the list in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Trim or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Transport will be available on the day, with the recording taking most of the afternoon to complete.
St James’ Church, Athboy, will hold a united service for both Trim and Athboy parishes at 10am on Palm Sunday. There will be no 11.30am service in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Trim, on that day.
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Santa Claus made a surprise visit to the last Scatter Club get-together of 2018, which was held on the later-than-usual date of Saturday 22 December at the Diocesan Hall in Trim.
Despite the pressures of the season, Santa had gifts for all the children in attendance and was very impressed by the children’s warm welcome.
Santa thankfully made it back to the North Pole just in time for the big day, which saw him visit the homes of 2.1 billion children across the world!