While we look forward to better times ahead and some Phase One
restrictions lifted, the GAA activities remain suspended until
further notice in line with GAA and government COVID19 instructions.
The GAA grounds including playground are closed to prevent spreading virus.
All players can find various football challenges and training online to
help them work on skills and fitness, while keeping within the national
health and safety guidelines. You can find more information on
Please look after yourselves and each other, and remember to look after the
vulnerable and elderly during these difficult times.
In conjunction with Westmeath County Council , Castledaly GAA have signed
up to offer our help in the provision of a community helpline in the
following areas –
1.Collection and delivery of food/fuel/medicine etc
2.Transport for people who may have appointments which they need to attend
3.Visiting those on their own/aged or feeling isolated (at a safe distance
4.Provision of meals for those in need.
Huge thank you to all who have helped with this initiative.
Hospitals in Portiuncla, Mullingar, and Tullamore are asking people to
donate any baby monitors they no longer need, as they can be used by
hospital staff to communicate with their patients.
Fly your flags and colours to remember and inspire and give thanks, to
brighten our days and show our community spirit and support for each other.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all families who have lost loved ones in