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In late 2016, early 2017, the community of Ardpatrick had a large meeting open to all members of the public, where people from all around the parish outlined all the positive areas within the parish and those that may need improving. With a broad range of suggestions ranging from footpaths around the village to better access to the graveyard and more, the most sought after development was an area or facility that the public could have access to, be it a playground, astroturf pitch, park or sports hall. A small group was later formed, known today as the Ardpatrick Development Projects group. 

The group have identified a plot of land in a prime location, adjacent the Ardpatrick National School. This site is roughly 1 acre in size and is currently home to a small disused farm building. ADP are currently in the process of fundraising enough money to purchase the identified land. Stay up to date with this projects progress here at ardpatrick.ie and if you would like to assist in this once in a lifetime opportunity to develop the parish please contact the group via the contact information below.

The following is a full list of all the prizes that were kindly donated from a variety of generous local businesses.

The draw for these prizes will take place Thursday, 29th November at 9pm. Check back here after the draw for the full list of winners.

*A reminder that to be in with a chance of winning one of our fantastic prizes on the night of the Strictly Come Dancing Ardpatrick, you must purchase one of our LIMITED programmes at the event. Programmes are €5 and contain our order of events, dancers profiles and all the fantastic business who kindly sponsored us, helping to provide this highly anticipated event.

  • Signed Limerick Jersey; Paudie Leahy; Pat and Maura
  • Hamper - Estee Lauder makeup, Landon Tyler 3 wick candle, Kay’s Café Kilmallock €25 voucher, Voucher for €30 for Rosemary Wiley, O Carroll Engineering; Annette and Donal
  • Blarney Hamper from Musgraves; Howards Feeds; Pat McGrath
  • Golf 4 ball for Palmerstown; Bridget Corbett; Gareth and Carmel
  • Golf 4 ball for Dundrum; Jim Murphy, Wembley; Annette & Donal
  • Voucher from Tea Cosy €20; Fr Bluett; Gareth and Carmel
  • 2 tickets for Limk Racecourse Xmas Festival; Musgraves; Pat and Maura
  • Family pass for Ballyhoura Horse Trekking; Adrian Coll c/o Mike Egan; Eileen & Richie
  • Family pass for Ballyhass Lakes; Marie Collins, Kildorrery; Eamon and Elaine
  • Family pass to Leahy’s Open Farm; Brid Purcell; Pat and Maura
  • Gala Gift Card €25; Noel O'Riordan; Ollie Herbert
  • Voucher for afternoon tea for two at Woodlands plus Revas Spa Mud Chamber and Thermal Chamber voucher; James Barry, Barrys Garage Kilmallock; Pat and Maura
  • Voucher for Corbert Court €60; Mary Kiely; Donal & Annette
  • Family pass to Aqua-Dome in Tralee; Caroline Roche, c/o Gracce; Paul and Grace
  • Candle set from Bridgets, Charleville; John Condon; Pat and Maura
  • David Beckham men’s gift set; Stephen Dennehy Ballyhea; Gareth and Carmel
  • Munster rugby tickets v Zebre; Cameron McSweeney; Eamon and Elaine
  • 2 tickets for Panto in Cork for Xmas; Rosin Kelly Ollies Bar; Eamon and Elaine
  • Manicure and foot massage for Tracy’s Beauty Centre; Clem McAuliffe; Annette
  • Hamco Stoves – Chimney Sweep Kit; Jimmy O Neill; Pat and Maura
  • Friars Gate – 2 tickets for upcoming show; Maura Moloney; Pat and Maura
  • McCarthy Butchers Mallow – Leg of lamb; Mike O Kelly; Ollie Herbert
  • Heaton and Buckley – Black and decker drill; Gareth O Rourke Coombs; Ollie Herbert
  • Bottle of Powers whiskey; Mossie McGrath; Ollie Herbert
  • Fit for Life – 1 months membership; O'Keeffe Maura and Pat
  • Bottle of Jameson whiskey; Mary Collins, Kildorrery; Eamon and Elaine
  • Bottle of whiskey Paul McCarthy; Ann and Ed Quinn; Deirdre Fitzpatrick
  • Bottle of vodka Paul McCarthy; O Donnell Hygiene; Maura and Pat
  • Hamper from Beechinors; Chloe Sheehan c/o Grace; Paul and Grace

Click on the image below to find our Go Fund Me page!

 We are delighted to announce that our Ardpatrick Development Projects group launch night will take place on Saturday, September 1st at 9pm in The Greenwood Inn. With our first major project being identified as the purchase and development of a local plot of land we are glad to announce that on this night we will also launch the highly anticipated Strictly Come Dancing Ardpatrick. On launch night all 24 dancers and their pairings will be REVEALED. With a raffle and music by the great Donie O'Sullivan it is sure to be a fun and entertaining night. All are welcome and we hope to see you there.

The Ardpatrick Development Projects group was officially formed in Ardpatrick last night following a meeting in the Community Centre.
George Douglas opened the meeting and did a review of how a group of seven people from the community have been working in the background for the last 12 months to secure land close to the village. A 3/4 of an acre site next to the primary school, as well as a disused farm building, have been identified and prices have been agreed with the landowners.
George then outlined the feedback that the group have had recently from meetings they have held with the Ardpatrick Community Council, the School Board of Management and the Parents Association, as well as a meeting with the Pre-Planning Dept of Limerick City and County Council.
Having brought the project to this point, the group of people involved then felt that there needed to be an official group formed, with a mandate from the community to take the project forward.

With nominations thrown open to the floor, the following officers were elected:

Chairperson George Douglas, Vice Chairperson John Shanahan; Secretary Damien Lee, Assistant Secretary Mike Coughlan; Joint Treasurers Eamon O'Sullivan and Mary O'Sullivan; PRO Alan McCarthy.
Committee: Ed Douglas, Dave Quilty, Pa Collopy, John Downes, Fran Stone, Liz Power, Michelle Quilty and Pio McCarthy.

Anyone wishing to join the Committee is more than welcome, please come along to the next meeting or get in touch with any of the elected officers.