When people are asked about the importance of the local GAA club, the word community invariably makes an appearance. In good times and bad they give the locals a place to congregate. They serve as a comforting constant in an ever changing landscape. And of course, they warn you when the TV Licence inspector is doing the rounds.
Rumours were doing the rounds in Cooraclare this week. In other words, lock the doors, turn off the lights, draw the blinds and stick the TV on mute for the rest of the day.
Reports coming in that the TV Licence inspectors are around the parish.
Posted by Cooraclare Gaa on Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Forget the local shop or the local pub, this is the kind of thing that really ties a community together.
H/T: Niall Burke