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October November 2020 Issue

October November 2020 Issue

October/November 2020 Oct-Nov 2020 NewsFour Press2 by dara o riordain on Scribd

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St. Patrick’s Church weekly draw 12th October

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St. Patrick’s Church weekly draw 28th September

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Numbers game

BY Kathrin Kobus There is an official statistics site provided by the government of Ireland, the geohive hub, where everyone can look up and check numbers and graphs relating to Covid-19. Its accuracy depends on those who feed numbers into […]

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Support for sport(s)

BY editor Clubs within the administrative area of Dublin City Council, and are affiliated with a national governing body recognised by Sport Ireland  are invited to apply for the COVID 19 Club Small Grant Scheme.  The COVID-19 club small grant […]

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Celebrating virtual Heritage Week 2020

BY Alyson Gavin, event coordinator To mark Heritage Week 2020, a virtual presentation entitled “St John’s Sandymount: our educational and cultural heritage” will be available from 15th August on the church’s website www.sandymount.dublin.anglican.org.   Using the records of St John’s, newspaper […]

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Crossing the Sea

BY Gordon P Kelly III and editor The Poolbeg Yacht club sent us the following story, how a buoy which made a journey from North Carolina to the other side of the Atlantic is now a snug at their yacht […]

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Face Masks Challenging for Hard of Hearing

BY editor With a number of people going out and about again wearing recommended face masks (mandatory on public transport since 29th of June) this constitutes a challenge for the needs of hearing impaired people. “The use of face masks […]

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Bloomsday on the doorstep

BY Kathrin Kobus Yesterday, on Bloomsday ‘The Citizens’ Breakfast’ team with Gráinne O’Kelly celebrated James Joyce’s connection with Shelbourne Road, adapted for the current regulation and with social distancing in mind.   “Joyce lived in number 60 Shelbourne Road in […]

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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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