Ladies GAA team switch on Camlough Christmas lights

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Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
Community, Sport

camlough-lightsShane O Neills Ladies team, who recently suffered a heartbreaking defeat in their recent All Ireland Intermediate Club Final, received a heroes welcome from the huge crowd present at the annual Camlough Village Christmas Light Switch On.

Hundreds of young people and adults gave a rapturous applause to the Armagh & Ulster Club Champions.

There was also a similar welcome for Santa Claus and his team of Elves provided by the local Youth Club. The Camlough Brass & Reed Band and the Choir of St Malachys Primary School provided the festive music and song.

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There was also a Funfair in the grounds of the old school.

Local Councillor Roisin Mulgrew, speaking at the event, commended all involved in what she described as a “wonderful night of family festive fun”.

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30th-nov-2016-small-boxThe Sinn Féin representative said, “This has been a wonderful night of family festive fun for us all. Many thanks to all who helped make this such a joyful occasion.

She added, “The Camlough Community Association are to be congratulated for their ongoing work focusing on building community confidence, cohesion, self esteem and well being.”


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