|Parish Church: St Joseph's Valleymount.|
Parish Priest: Fr. Richard Behan
Tel: 045 865751
Mass times: Sunday 11.15 am.
Holy Days:(Vigil as announced 11.15am on the day.
Chapel of Ease:Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Mass Times: Saturday 7.30 pm.
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Daily Mass via Webcam
@ 9.30am Monday to Friday.
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Weekend Masses on Webcam
Saturday @ 6.00pm
Sunday @ 10.00am.
Wednesday 21st/ 28th October
Prayers to Our Lady for the month of October.
From 11.0 - 12 noon from Church of Our Lady, Blessington, via webcam only.
Join with Fr. Richard and Fr. Joe,
in evening prayers via Zoom.
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7.30pm.
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Winners of the Lacken & Valleymount Draw
Erik Van Alpen Frances & Billy Kavanagh
May & Andy Farrington Mairead & Seamus Graham
Lacken Heritage Interpretative Panel.
Thurs July 30th, members of Community, local Councillors Patsy Glennon, Gerry O Neill, Avril Cronin assembled in Lacken for the unveiling of the Lacken Heritage Interpretative Panel.
This project was the combined effort of the Wicklow Uplands Council and Lacken Development Association. The research for the panel was carried out by Alfie Zeller and Diana Gallagher and displays many examples of our rich natural and cultural heritage.
All the features were vividly brought to life by the renowned artist Paul Francis, The Interpretive Panel now stands at the heart of the village where it has attracted keen interest from the many hill-walkers and tourists visiting the area in recent months.
Also in attendance at the unveiling were Conor Hipwell (Liaison Officer), Brian Dunne, Evelyn Murry (Wicklow Partnership) and Fiona Jones and Edel McGurk from Lacken N.S. (See Pictures Here)
Eco Congregation Ireland recently awarded Blessington, Lacken, Valleymount Churches an Awareness Certificate for their efforts to encourage sustainable living and bio-diversity in the Parish.
It is hoped to continue with this programme in the coming months and work together towards answering the call of Pope Francis to care for the earth and promote Climate Justice.