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Women in Sport: Irish international runner Avril Deegan

This piece originally featured on LaoisToday on June 21, 2019. Like many people at the top of their game in the sporting world, Cullohill woman...

Special offer on Paddy O’s Cereals with 25% off online purchases

In these unprecedented times, many of our smaller businesses have been deeply affected, one such business is PaddyO's Cereals in Cullohill, Laois. Paddy reached...

Tributes paid to late Laois priest following sad passing

There was deep sadness in Cullohill following the passing of Fr James Dollard recently. Bishop of Ossory, Dermot Farrell paid tribute to the late Fr...

Castleview Open Farm in Cullohill is a real gem – and...

If you have children and you haven't yet checked out Castleview Open Farm in Cullohill, which opened during the summer, you're missing out big...

In Pictures: Serious excitement in Durrow and Cullohill as The Harps...

There's nothing like a county final to create a bit of stir. And that's exactly the vibe in Durrow and Cullohill this week as the...

In Pictures: Crowds flock to Cullohill for Day 2 of Folly...

There was a steady stream of people to Cullohill throughout today as the Folly Festival once again caught the imagination with a packed schedule...

In Pictures: Rain fails to dampen the spirits as incredible atmosphere...

What a night! The rain might have been falling heavily at one stage but it didn’t dampen the spirits at the first night of...

The full schedule of events for the Folly Festival in Cullohill...

The Folly Festival in Cullohill last year proved to be a roaring success and looking at the schedule for this year's event, which is...

Schedule announced as excitement builds ahead of Folly Festival in Cullohill

Excitement is building ahead of the Folly Festival in Cullohill with the schedule announced Two great nights of entertainment are in store In a stunning setting...

Forest trails and incredible views in the Adventure Race at this...

There really is something for everyone at the Folly Festival in Cullohill and the adventure race comprising a 6.5km run and a 24km cycle...

Your full guide to the acts playing in this year’s Folly...

The Folly Music, Comedy and Culture Festival is set to take place in Cullohill on July 19/20. The event is a family oriented community based...

Glamping spaces now available to book at this year’s Folly Festival

Glamping spaces are now available to book, for this year’s Folly Festival, which takes place in Cullohill, Co. Laois, on July 19/20. The acts at...

Folly Festival in Cullohill is back as they continue to team...

Last year the first EVER gender balanced, music and cultural weekend – The Folly, was launched. Such was the success, it’s back for a...

As Christmas approaches, here’s 20 of the best places to propose...

It's coming up to that special time of year. Children laughing and singing, joy everywhere. As couples come into the festive season, it might be just...

Durrow defeat Cullohill in neighbourly battle for Division 3 glory

Durrow 6-8 Cullohill 1-5 Roinn 3 Boys Championship Durrow made it a brilliant day for Our Lady's Meadow school as their boys joined their girls in...

In Pictures: Cullohill NS turn red and yellow for The Harps

Brought to you in association with St Canice's Credit Union Excitement is building across the hurling part of the county ahead of Sunday's county final. And...

In Pictures: Laois artist and school combine to raise awareness of...

The Artists in Schools programme at Scoil Tighearnach Naofa, Cullohill, where local artist Annie Holland and students created a Giant 8ft Bee, has been...

Brennan leads Clough to Roinn 1 Hurling glory

Cullohill 2-5  Clough 2-12 Laois Cumann na mBunscol Roinn 1 Hurling Final The first half got off to a fast start as both teams flew into...

Classy Cullohill claim camogie crown once more

Cullohill 8-4 Castletown 0-1 Roinn 1 Camogie Final Cullohill continued their strong Cumann na mBunscol tradition as their camogie team got the better of Castletown in...

Cullohill to stage All Ireland Porridge Championships

The man responsible for bringing the All-Ireland Porridge Championships is hoping it will bring an economic boost to the village and beyond. Paddy O’Connell of...

A feast of Irish beef at this weekend’s Folly Festival in...

How good does this look??! This weekend's Folly Festival in Cullohill will feature a Cookery Demo & Feast of Irish Beef in association with Bord...

All your news from the Durrow and Cullohill areas

 All the recent news from the Durrow and Cullohill areas THIRD LAOIS DURROW SCOUTS On Friday 9th June the Beaver group of nineteen kids and four...

Cullohill come out in top in Roinn 1 camogie final

Cullohill 8-4 Emo 4-1 Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Roinn 1 Camogie The Cullohill girls ensured that their school didn't go home empty-handed as they got the better...

Byrne points the way as Abbeyleix claim top hurling honours

Abbeyleix 2-13 Cullohill 0-4 Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Roinn 1 Hurling Colin Byrne helped himself to 11 points as Abbeyleix put in a very strong performance to...

Death occurs of Archbishop Thomas White

The death has taken place of Durrow native Archbishop Thomas White, aged 85, who enjoyed a varied career in the Vatican diplomatic corps which...

All the latest news from the Durrow-Cullohill area

CAKE SALE IN AID OF CUISLE CENTRE: Durrow Development Forum wishes to express their thanks to everybody who supported their cake sale for The...

Some lovely photos as the Kilkenny Gospel Choir perform in Cullohill

The Kilkenny Gospel Choir with some special guests but on a performance to remember in St Tighearnach’s Church in Cullohill on Friday night. The event...

Any amount of news from the Durrow-Cullohill area

Thanks to Daniel Dunne and www.durrow.ie for supplying us with this bulletin. If any other communities would like to see their local news appearing on...