Archive for the Community Category

Helping each other

BY Kathrin Kobus When the lockdown came at the end of March Peter McCabe called on Clanna Gael Fontenoy members with enforced free/ leisure time to help vulnerable neighbours in the community between Sandy mount and Ringsend.   Now more […]

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Ecology I “Mission accomplished.”

The ‘Ringsend Irishtown Sustainable Energy Community (RISE-C)’ has completed a number of initiatives in 2019.Recently, the group completed a 2019 Communities grant with the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). This grant included the installation of solar panels, LED lighting […]

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Fair Play goes on the news, nationally

During the lockdown Ringsend and Irishtown became a focal point for various news outlets, including national broadcaster RTE. Check out the Fair Play Cafe.

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How to wear the mask:

How to wear the mask:

Since we all will have to wear a face mask when using public transport from Monday 29th June onwards, it is important to use the mask properly. Only FFP2 and FFP3 masks with filter and ventil actually do prevent viral […]

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Tributes as Teresa Weafer moves from RDRD

Eoin Meegan Teresa Weafer has been the driving force behind the Ringsend and District Response to Drugs (RDRD) since its inception in 1995. A few short weeks ago, Teresa stepped down as manager of the project, a position she held […]

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Community Call answered

BY Kathrin Kobus It’s been a month now that all our local sports clubs saw their seasons cut short, interrupted and at the moment quite frankly unknown when leisure activities like sports might resume. The Community Call was launched by […]

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BusConnects consultations delayed but not forgotten

BY Kathrin Kobus Since the planned public consultations in March could not go ahead the National Transport Authority NTA has decided to re-schedule public meetings later in the year, probably September. You can of course check and download the new […]

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Dublin City Council notification

The South East Area Community Development Section in Dublin City Council announced earlier today that due to the seriousness of the Covid 19 Virus situation, responsibility is being placed on all to take steps to protect the most vulnerable in […]

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Sean Moore Awards After Easter

Sean Moore Community Awards 2020 Please note that due to the Coronavirus issue we have decided to defer scheduled Sean Moore Awards ceremony from its original date of 19th March. All nominations received remain valid and closed. We will communicate […]

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Sean Moore Community Awards 2020

Working with our sponsor, the Aviva Stadium, and our media partner NewsFour, we are delighted to confirm that the Sean Moore Community Awards – first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium – will again be presented in March 2020, at […]

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