Vital community supports for the people of Cashel and the surrounding areas are provided by the wonderful volunteers and workers of Cashel and District Social Services.
From tasty, hot meals to personal security alarms for the elderly, the work of this group goes on quietly every day but can make a huge difference in the lives of people that they help.
Cashel and District Social Services Ltd was established in 1971 when a small group of people initiated a Meals on Wheels service for a few elderly people in the town.
The local branch of the St. Vincent de Paul Society made their house in John Street available free of charge to the C&DSS. This house has been the C&DSS centre since that date.
The C&DSS is administered by a committee of volunteers who provide many services to the people of the town and the surrounding areas.