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18-10-2020, 16:05   #1
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Looking for opinions on living in New Inn?

Two young boys who will be starting school in next year or two. Is there a creche/montessori/playschool in New Inn? Where would most boys go to secondary school from the the boys school? What sort of clubs and groups are there for adults and kids? Much social events?

We'd like to be part of a community without everyone living in your pocket
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18-10-2020, 20:36   #2
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Looking for opinions on living in New Inn?

Two young boys who will be starting school in next year or two. Is there a creche/montessori/playschool in New Inn? Where would most boys go to secondary school from the the boys school? What sort of clubs and groups are there for adults and kids? Much social events?

We'd like to be part of a community without everyone living in your pocket
I don’t live in new inn, but there’s a girl in my boys class who’s from there, and they went to a preschool called little treasures, which is definitely around there somewhere!
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19-10-2020, 10:16   #3
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I don’t live in new inn, but there’s a girl in my boys class who’s from there, and they went to a preschool called little treasures, which is definitely around there somewhere!
Found it online, thanks for the tip!
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19-10-2020, 13:55   #4
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Why not move down the road to Cahir, a beautiful little charming town, you have everything there.

Great schools, bus service and limited train service, good restaurants.

And your children can experience a bit of living while they are growing up.
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19-10-2020, 19:20   #5
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Why not move down the road to Cahir, a beautiful little charming town, you have everything there.

Great schools, bus service and limited train service, good restaurants.

And your children can experience a bit of living while they are growing up.
I do love Cahir but its rural we want. And Cahir is pretty much your main town in New Inn anyway
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20-10-2020, 01:20   #6
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New Inn is a very quaint little village.

They have fibre broadband there which is a big plus but the shop there is closed and I don't know will it ever reopen

Nearest shop would be Cashel (depending on what side of New Inn your on) which is a bit of a pain
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20-10-2020, 10:45   #7
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The fibre broadband is a massive plus for us. The sign in the shop said it was being refurbished, is that in doubt?
The pubs are open (when not in lockdown) aren't they?
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Spookfest is on and well worth a look.
https://www.facebook.com/newinnfesti...5643939163670/
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24-10-2020, 16:40   #9
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Spookfest is on and well worth a look.
https://www.facebook.com/newinnfesti...5643939163670/
I saw the photos online, it looks class. Not within our 5km though
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