Naomh Fionnbarra Juvenile Football Club


Naomh Fionnbarra G.F.C was established in 1957 with the amalgamation of members of the St. Colmcille’s and Walshestown Rovers clubs. The club covers all of Togher Parish, County Louth from Grangebellew and Port in the south to Annagassan bridge to the North. It also stretches from the coast as far west as Drumcar. The club caters for football teams for both men and ladies boys and girls from U-6 age group to adult level. Affectionately known as ‘The Barrs’ or the ‘Finbarrs, the adult men’s team currently play their trade in the Junior Football Championship and Division 2 of the All County League. Recent success for the men include the Intermediate Championship in 2001 and the Junior Championship in 2010, 2015 & 2020 along with a number of League titles.

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St. Annes Camogie Club


St. Anne’s Camogie Club was founded in 1964 following a meeting held in Fr. Kennedy’s house in Dillonstown.

The club name St. Anne’s and the club uniform a lemon gym-slip, white shirt and black tights with black canvas boots were chosen. Fr. Kennedy was elected chairperson, assisted by Mary Keaskin, secretary and treasurer Mary Leonard.

Since then there has been a lot of changes but a strong tradition of Camogie in Togher has remained throughout the years. Our uniform is now a bottle green Skort (yes skort not skirt) with amber Jersey (black tights and canvas boots are long gone).

The club has had many successful years at both senior and juvenile level.

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Connect Credit Union


Connect Credit Union, a member of the Irish League of Credit Unions, is a cooperative financial institution that is owned and controlled by its members, and operated for the purpose of promoting saving and providing credit at reasonable rates to its members. Founded in 1966, the credit union’s offices are located in Kilsaran.





Togher Golf Society


The society aims to provide enjoyable outings for accomplished and not so accomplished golfers alike. Previous outings include some fantastic courses including The K Club, The Heritage and Kileen Castle!Founded in 1997 Togher Golf Society has been on the go now for over 14 years. The society organises up to ten outings each year as well as many other competitions such as Turkey Drives and the Annual Matchplay Competition.

The society is currently seeking new members so whether you play like a pro or have a handicap akin to the national debt Togher Golf Society might be the place for you!

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Togher & District Active Retirement Group


The Togher & District Active Retirement Group is a local organisation that works with retired people from our parish and organises things for them to do.


Annagassan Tidy Towns


The Annagassan Tidy towns committee works to maintain and enhance the estatics of the village. It has been responsible for entering the village in the Tidy Towns competition each year since the committee was set up in the early 1990’s and has won a number of awards over the years.

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Macra Na Feirme


Togher Macra na Feirme was reformed in 2010 after an absence of over 10 years from the area. Initial meetings were organised in Dillonstown Hall. From these meetings in late 2009. Togher Macra na Feirme was officially reformed in January 2010.

Currently, Togher Macra na Feirme has 31 members. Meetings usually take place at Dillonstown Hall on a Friday evening. Since its re-birth the club has been very active in many areas. The club was officially launched in The Glyde Inn Annagassan at a Table Quiz organised by Togher Macra na Feirme on Friday 29th January. This also doubled up as the County Louth Round of the Question Time competition.


Religious Services


In the Togher parish we have 3 Catholic and 1 Protestant churches. These hold services weekly and are a huge part of our community. 

Find information on Catholic mass dates and times on the Togher Parish Facebook page