You may remember on Friday’s garden radio show, aimed at getting you into your lawn care, I interviewed two of the volunteers Ronnie and Vince from Ballyboughal’s Pitch and Putt Club.
You may also remember some time ago I wrote a post to raise a few bob so I could go and do a half marathon for Temple Street Childrens Hospital.
I got an email from Ronnie Delaney the day afer the garden podcast had aired:
This Saturday February 25th The Bartle Maxwell shield competition will event at the P&P club the proceeds will be going to Temple St. ICU
Bartle Maxwell was a founding member of the P&P club back in 1970. Together with friends and neighbours from around Ballyboughal the manage to pull together a committee of people to start up and develop this great facility we have today.
- note: there’s no extra charge or added donation required. One simply pays in as normal.For both gigs. Which leads me nicely onto this…….
On a slight side note from the great outdoors, Ronnie also runs The Fingal Folk Club. And, this Friday [kick off at 8pm] all money in the door will also go to my Temple Street gig. Ronnie explains:
Take a listen to Vince and Ronnie on The garden radio show.
I’ll be there at both gigs. One with my guitar, the other in my shorts. Come down say hello, have a cup of tea and
tell me to stop singing get yourself some free gardening advice 😉
As a by the way, I don’t play pitch and putt as
I’m absolutely rubbish at it I retired myself from the game. But I do like to go down and watch and relax. Still the great outdoors 😉 Any troubles or thinking of coming along….. just give me a call
- mobile: 0876594688