Seat for life
Kildorrery GAA has launched a unique initiative that will allow people to name or dedicate a Seat for Life at the new-look stand at its Grounds at Fermoy Road. The scheme coincides with Kildorrery GAA's redevelopment project and will boast a new stand facility and a 30 Metre hurling wall which is currently under construction. The Stand will be home to the 300 seats in the Seat for Life campaign.
A Seat for Life allows anyone to name or dedicate a seat while at the same time contribute to the future success of Gaelic Games in Kildorrery. Each seat will carry an engraved plate with a personalised message, for example,
"In Memory of My Father John P Smith Kildorrery or Donated by Sean O Brien, Player 1975-1989".
This is a unique opportunity for GAA supporters of Kildorrery or anyone with a love of the sport to dedicate a seat to themselves, a deceased GAA follower or someone they know in the new stand. It's an exciting project and with only 300 seats available, we hope that Kildorrery people and those living outside the county, in particular ex-pats, will love this idea and will welcome the opportunity to get
involved. Booking Forms and Terms and Conditions are available for download on the Kildorrery web page or available through any of the Club Officers or members of the Committee. Please Complete the Booking Form and return it to the address shown on the booking form. Seats cost €100 Instalment payment options also available eg 10 monthly payments of €10 Any queries please call Joe Sherlock on 086 804 8330 or contact any Club Officer.
Kildorrery will be running their cúl camp on the 2nd of July to the 6th. There will be a registration night for cúl camp was on Tuesday 8th of May in the Gaa hall from 6.40 to 7.30. The cost of the camp is €55 for first child €45 for second child €40 for third and subsequent children. This is great value as you get a full kit which includes a jersey a pair of shorts and socks also a bag. The camp is Monday to Friday 10am to 2.30pm. Attendance is open to primary school children aged between 6 and 13.There will be one other registration night in a few weeks for anyone who missed the first night. Peter will have forms with him on Monday nights at training.
Kildorrery Gaa in conjunction with the local Church fund is holding a concert in St. Bartholomew’s Church on this Thursday 10th of May. ‘Tunes in the Church’ will feature the best of local talent. Already confirmed for the night is Sandra Nolan from Kildorrery. The Blackburn family of Ballindangan. The Orpheus Choir who are based in Fermoy.5th and 6th classes from Kildorrery national school. Tenor John Murphy from Cloughleafin. Eileen Harrington and Pauline O’Mahoney from Kildorrery. Shraharla Church Choir and Éistigí a traditional/folk group based in Kildorrery. Tickets are priced at €10 for adults, with free admission for children and are available from Thornhill’s, the post office and Kildorrery Community development office on the main street. Tickets can also be acquired from any Gaa Member.