best to luck to emly lads in west final sun hope it goes our way
T0 Emly Tidy Towns .Grange tidy towns would like to thank you for your help in entering the competition this year.We were very happy with the result.Thank you Sharon and Denis, also thank you for invite to President McAleeses visit.Some members visited and were very impressed indeed.Once again thanks for the advice and encouragement and well done to Emly.
What a great Failte Week. Thank you all for making us so welcome. Thank you Fr Rochford, Pauline Finnian and her staff for a great week. The village never looked better. A big thank you to Marion Dawson for our stay in her lovely home to Michael Burke senior and Michael junior for all they done for us.
SHARON WHAT A GREAT JOB YOU ALL DID. Margaret and Brian.
The Failte was our fifth vist to Emly in under two years and was hugely enjoyable. Everyone made us welcome as usual and we made more new friends. We'll done to everyone in Emly for such a good event. We'll be there again in November!
what a lovely new website im so proud of my little village its looking so nice keep up the good work xxxx
I wasn't expecting this new site when I visited today. The people of Emly never cease to surprise me! Well done and best of luck with the new site.
Congratulations on the failte week and being an emly woman im proud of it and well done to the tidy towns committee and winning the big prize...
Congratulations to Christina Gleeson.Treasured memories of grand parents Paddy and Mary Bourke Monemore RIP.They would be very proud.Well done from lynch family
Congratulations to Marie Ryan for being honoured by Pope - a pity the man himself wasn't able to visit Emly and hear her play with the Emly Choir. Well deserved.
Hi to everyone in Emly hope the Failte week is going great -Would love to have been home and enjoying the week . HOPE IT IS A GOOD ONE
Just a thank you for remembering our Dad and giving a place at his home to come and visit. Dad was Bill Heffernan, Missed for a lifetime.
Trying to trace Patrick Joseph Ryan known as "Patsy" who was born and raised in Emly by relatives after the loss of his parents at a young age. I met Pasty in the early 90s and we lost touch in the late 90s but i have never forgotten him and would love to see him again. He is about 6ft tall, grey/dark hair, on the slim side and has lots of brothers and sisters, some of their names i remember: Brige or Bridget, Billy (who worked in a hotel in Dublin) possibly a Michael,the youngest was Noel who married Mary from Mayo. Patsy Lived in Russell Road London Nw9 and worked for Murphy's as a shutterer. If there is anyone who knows him or think you may know the person described I would love to hear from you