Leighlinbridge is a picturesque village located in County Carlow in the Sunny South East of Ireland. The village is home to many historical sights and is also the recipient of many awards.
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Leighlinbridge Youth Club
The Leighlinbridge Youth Club will be meeting this Friday, 6 November from 6:30 to 8:30 at the Parish Center. If any of the youth want to participate in the 14 November walk, please make sure you pick up the permission form at the meeting.
For any questions you might have regarding the club, please call the club phone at 0857152918. The Leighlinbridge Youth Club is affilliated with the Leighlin Parish. Funds from the National Lottery help to fund the Leighlinbridge Youth Club.
The Leighlinbridge Youth Club
The Leighlinbridge Youth Club is kicking off this year with a Pizza Registration Information night this Friday, October 9th 2009 at the Leighlinbridge Community Center from 6:30 to 8:30pm.
Parents are welcome to stop by from 6:30 to 7:00 to find out more about the club and the various activities that are planned for the year. Some activities will be canoeing, hiking, teen cafe, 10 for Jesus, fun and games....stop by and find out more!
Those of you who paid registration fee already and would like to continue on this year, do not have to pay a registration fee for this year. Please call the club phone at 0857152918 for any questions you might have regarding the club. We are now affilliated with the Leighlin Parish. Funds from the National Lottery help to fund the Leighlinbridge Youth Club.
Snow covered Leighlinbridge
Leighlinbridge and the rest of Ireland has seen its heaviest snowfall in decades. Repeated snowfall and overnight frost has made for very difficult conditions. It would appear to be clearing however, with this week forecast to be considerably milder.
Below are pictures taken in the village on Sunday 8th February.