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Fr. Kehoe Memorial Hall

The Hall was built in 1919 to the memory of Fr. Kehoe
who had served the people of Camolin well for many years.
It has been in constant use over the past ninety years and has been of great benefit to the people of the parish.
It has gone through a few face lifts in its time, most recently in the early seventies and again in 2004.
It is now a very up to date modern facility and can cater for many and varied parish functions, perhaps the most enjoyable being the Annual Senior Citizens Christmas Party held on the first sunday of December each year.
The kitchen is fitted out to cater for the provision of a four course meal (heated) for up to 150 people.

The Hall is at present being used by many groups........The Youth Club, Dancing lessons, Playgroup, Wheelchair Association, etc.

The Hall is also available to parishioners on the occasion of a bereavement in the family.

The more the Hall is used the happier the commitee is. It is an excellent facility and should be used as much as possible.


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If you would like to avail of the Hall then please contact any of the following:




Mary Quinn 053 93 83274

Fr. Kavanagh 053 93 83136

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TABLES AND CHAIRS.

The Parish Hall has many and
varied expenses and funds are
constantly required to keep the
premises in the condition they
are in at present. We have over
the past few years received
requests for the use of tables
and chairs, a request we have
readily agreed to, but now to
bring in some much needed
funds, there will be a charge
for the use of tables and chairs.

Tables.....20 each.
Chairs.....1 each.

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