Tarbert’s Community Weekend – Thank You from the Kilnaughtin Graveyard Committee

Our first event since lockdown brought large numbers to the Kilnaughtin Church & Graveyard on Friday 12th August for Mass celebrated by Bishop Ray Browne, Bishop of Kerry. We would like to thank all our local clergy, choir and musicians who added greatly to the occasion, including the blessing of the new Altar Shelter, the

2022-08-17T12:04:58+00:00August 17th, 2022|

Kilnaughtin Graveyard Fund – Financial Statement- Year ended 31/12/ 2021

Opening Balance  in Bank at 01/01/2021 18698.16 Opening Balance Petty Cash at the 01/01/2021 105.00 Donations 2880.00 Kerry Co Co Grant 1500.00 Total Income 23183.16 Alter Shelter – Materials 7253.44 Alter Shelter – labour 6960.00 Website - completion 813.36 Graveyard Maintenance 726.10 Print & Postage 351.20 Bank Charges 57.51 Miscellaneous 105.00 Total Expenditure 16267.11 Surplus

2022-02-13T10:38:39+00:00February 13th, 2022|

Altar Project Progress Report

At a glance   Despite the Covid 19 restrictions (start date pushed back to May 2021) and other fundraising challenges (i.e. no Graveyard gate collections for 2020 or 21) our project is now entering the final completion phase on time and in line with budget forecasts. The quality of the structure with its outstanding stone

2021-12-15T21:53:43+00:00December 15th, 2021|

Christmas Appeal – 2021

We are pleased to confirm that donations towards our Alter Shelter Project have reached the €17,000 mark or just over 85% of our original target. Our goal is to get to our original target of €20,000 by the 31st December 2021.   How You Can Help ………………..Become a Friend of Kilnaughtin before the 31st December

2021-12-21T09:45:40+00:00December 1st, 2021|
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