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News for Sep 26th

Well Done Home-Street-Home : Congratulations to Laury Poisson & Ed Donnelly who continue to grace Harold’s Cross with their world-class showroom. Their brilliance has been acknowledged as Home-Street-Home has been selected as a Finalist for the Retail Excellence National Store of the Year Award. Drop in to enjoy the experience for yourself. Click: HERE and Click: HERE

2.     Welcome USI : A warm Harold’s Cross welcome to the Union of Students in Ireland who have set up headquarters in 12 Shamrock Villas just behind the Old Bakery Store. Keep an eye out for members of the Executive Team – here’s a lovely photo taken in the Park  – Click: HERE

3.     Planning : The main developments since the last update are :

·       Former Kenilworth Motors : DCC  granted permissionon 21st September.Further information provided reduces the number of Build-to-Rent apartments by two to 50, in up to 5 storeys. The distance from the Community Centre at Rosary Park has been increased. The Planners Report and Conditions have not yet been posted on the website. They will be in the next few days.

Click: HERE

The forecourt is currently set up for temporary occupation by contemporary artists : https://www.kambogram.com with the forecourt set up with seats, tables, coffee, pizza and ice cream facilities. For more Click: HERE

·       New Schools at the Greyhound Stadium:  Dublin City Council’s (DCC) decision to grant permission for a new car-free educational campus has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála (ABP) by local residents who are concerned regarding proximity and overlooking to their homes and the suitability of Grosvenor Lane as a safe primary access route for several hundred school pupils. The case is due to be decided by 21/12/2021

DCC Click: HERE           ABP Click: HERE

4.     Neighbourhood Cuisine : As we await the reopening of Philip Yeung’s renovated and expanded CRAFT restaurant on October 7th, the new chefs in Locks– down the road – were featured in a review last weekend. Click: HERE. Having said all that, I’m looking forward to Paolo reopening Mizzoni’s after his renovation work.

5.     Rathmines through Time & Space (from medieval rath to flatland) : As part of the Dublin Festival of History and to celebrate the publication of Rathmines, Séamas Ó Maitiú will discuss the development of the Dublin suburb on-line on Thursday, October 7th at 7pm. To register for free Click: HERE

6.     Ranelagh Arts Festival : The splendid world-class programme-of-events continues until Sunday 26th September. All Welcome. Click: HERE

7.     A reminder that 39 superb videos of  The 2021 HX Stay @ Home (Almost) Virtual Community Festival events are available. Just click on the word “Link” beside each event on the Festival Home Page.

Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 280

Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE

Occasional News – September 2021

Planning :  The main developments since the last update are :

·       New Schools at the Greyhound Stadium:  Dublin City Council’s (DCC) decision to grant permission for a new car-free educational campus has been appealed to An Bord Pleanála (ABP) by local residents who are concerned regarding proximity and overlooking to their homes and the suitability of Grosvenor Lane as a safe primary access route for several hundred school pupils.

The development consists of a 2 storey, 16 classroom Primary School with a 2 classroom Special Educational Needs Unit and a General Purpose Hall. The development also includes a 4 storey, 1,000 pupil Post Primary School and a 4 classroom Special Educational Needs Unit, a P.E Hall and General Purpose Hall and all ancillary teacher and pupil facilities.

Also included are hard and soft play areas, a sensory garden multipurpose outdoor seating, dining and event space, new entrance gates at Harold’s Cross Road and two pedestrian gates off Grosvenor Lane. Click: HERE

·       Rear of Mount Argus Church & Old Monastery : A date for DCC’s enforcement challenge through the courts to remove the unauthorised access gate at Church Park has not yet been set. The gate continues to be used.

DCC’s decision to refuse permission for 8 apartments at the back of the cemetery facing on to Church Park Way has been appealed to ABP. Click: HERE

DCC has requested significant further information regarding the proposal to construct a 22 apartment building at the rear of the Old Monastery with access from Mount Argus Avenue. Click: HERE

·       Michael Grant Motors : The application for 38 build-to-rent apartments adjacent to Peggy Kelly’s and the new schools was refused by DCC. The developers have appealed submitting both the original and an alternative design to ABP. Click: HERE

·       Former Kenilworth Motors : DCC requested substantial further information regarding the proposal for 52 Build-to-Rent Apartments in up to 5 storeys. This information has recently been submitted.

The forecourt is currently set up for temporary occupation by contemporary artists : https://www.kambogram.com with the forecourt set up with seats, tables, coffee & pizza facilities. Click: HERE

·       Mount Argus Mill Apartments : An Bord Pleanála has postponed a decision to rule on the unauthorised railings and gates until further notice. Click: HERE

·       DD O’Brien & Co – Flooring, 126-128 Harold’s Cross Road: The developers have submitted a new application seeking to add a 6th storey with 6 more units – bringing the total to 40. Click: HERE

·       Saint Clare’s Avenue : (Near Siopa Linn) An application for 2 x 2 storey blocks with 5 apartments. Click: HERE

·       The Old Bakery Store : Retention for two single storey flat roofed extensions containing storage/food preparation area & new toilets with rear access from Shamrock Villas. Click : HERE

·       Saint Clare’s Convent : The decision by An Bord Pleanála on 15th February 2021 to grant permission for an additional 25 apartments is the subject of a Judicial Review. Click: HERE

2.     Record of Protected Structures: 152 Harold’s Cross Road (Hall of Lights / Big Bogey / 18th Century Yeomanry Barracks / National School at the entrance to Mount Jerome Cemetery) to the register was accepted at the September Council Meeting.

3.     Creative Writing : An amazing opportunity to explore the creative ideas lurking in your subconscious !

Would you like to develop your creative writing skills?

Are you keen to explore your local environment and its heritage?

During this free six week course you will work online with Harold’s Cross Writer-in-Residence Amanda Bell to look at your locality with new eyes, studying how writers have created a sense of place, and working with prompts related to Harold’s Cross through the ages.

A showcase of the outcome of the Spring class featured in the HX Stay-at-Home Festival in May. Click: HERE

4.     Ranelagh Arts Festival : The splendid world-class programme-of-events runs from 16th to 26th September ! All Welcome. Click: HERE and HERE

5.     Arsonist Arrested : A number of cars and private properties in the area have recently been the victims of an arsonist. On a Friday night in August four cars in the area were set alight within an hour of each other. Happily through the good work of An Garda Síochána with the assistance of residents CCTV cameras a suspected culprit was identified and arrested. Click: HERE

6.     A reminder that 39 superb videos of  The 2021 HX Stay @ Home (Almost) Virtual Community Festival events are available. Just click on the word “Link” beside each event on the Festival Home Page.

  1. Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 2800

Harold’s Cross Occasional News & Events

1.     The 2021 Stay @ Home (Almost) Virtual Community Festival surpassed all expectations. The breadth of topics and the talent presenting each event was truly impressive. Videos of 39 events are available for viewing by clicking on the word “Link” beside each event on the Festival Home Page 

2.     Planning : The main developments since the last update are :

·       Rear of Mount Argus Church & Old Monastery :   8 and 22 apartments respectively

·       Michael Grant Motors : 38 Build-to-Rent apartments

·       Former Kenilworth Motors : 52 Build-to-Rent apartments. Currently being set up for temporary occupation by contemporary artists : https://kambogram.com/D6HVW99

·       Mount Argus Mill : An Bord Pleanála are scheduled to rule on the unauthorised railings and gates by 16th June.

·       The Old Orphanage (beside CENTRA) is back on the Market : Click HERE.

·       Saint Clare’s : Marlet are off-loading their portfolio of properties including St Clare’s. Click HERE.

3.     Playing Pitches at Rear of Mount Drummond : A motion to have the playing pitches at Cathal Brugha Barracks transferred to Dublin City Council for a local public amenity was passed at the April meeting of the South East Area Committee. Given the number of new bed spaces under construction additional open green spaces are essential. The space is chronically underutilised by the military who have ample training space within shooting distance at Manor Kilbride, the Glen of Imaal and the Curragh Camp. Click HERE.

4. New Book On Dublin From Haroldonian Historian: 

IN DUBLIN’S FAIR CITY: Discovering Dublin, Discovering Music.
This latest book from Maurice Curtis combines a story of a changing Dublin with a story of music, as seen through the eyes of a young person growing up in the city. In this fascinating saga, we discover a city full of history, mystery, mayhem and magic and catch a flavour of what makes Dublin unique.
Details:https://orpenpress.com/books/in-dublins-fair-city-discovering-dublin-discovering-music/
The book is available from Alan Hanna’s and Dubray in Rathmines, all good bookshops and Amazon.

5.     HXGrow Project : The last in the series of 7 HXGrow talks by the holistic gardener, ongoing author, occasional broadcaster and regular weekend columnist for the Irish Examiner Fiann Ó Nualláin happened on Thursday evening.

You can access all 7 in the HX Grow Learn Library. This is a veritable treasure trove of info, factsheets and all you could need to bring your seeds to fruition.  Many thanks to the builders and curators of the platform; Deirdre, Fiona, Kieran and Claudine!  The library can be accessed via https://bit.ly/2LqoaW6.

If you would like to join the HXGrow WhatsApp Group Click HERE.

  1. Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 2800

  1. Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE

What’s on today (Saturday)

110-1 pmHX Grow ExchangeHX Growers share and swop their seedlings
25pmFestival Launchlink to: https://youtu.be/-qhWO_9E7oI
35.15pmElectric Kazoolink to: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87899497848
46pmHX Grow – Apple Treeslink to:    https://youtu.be/zx6NzzPUaLc
57pmHeritage Architecturelink to: https://youtu.be/zC4WbG_GOos
68pmRob Goodbody talkZoom link to: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82825146236
79pm8 x 5 Poetrylink to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX2SsQIlrws

Note: Pre-recorded links will be available to view until the end of the Festival. Some will be available after that time.

Occassional News – April 2021

HX Grow Project : Continues to bestow beautiful bountiful benefits ! Last month 5 heritage apple trees were planted inside the main gate of Mount Argus Park. Today a row of similar heritage apple trees was planted on Priory Green. These are  the first steps in restoring the mixed fruit orchards that adorned the area in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The HX Grow Learn Library is now live!💥 This is a veritable treasure trove of info, factsheets and all you could need to bring your seeds to fruition.  Many thanks to the builders and curators of the platform; Deirdre, Fiona, Kieran and Claudine!  The library can be accessed via https://bit.ly/2LqoaW6.

If you would like to join the HXGrow WhatsApp Group Click HERE.

  1. Harold’s Cross – It’s Blooming  – Faoi Bhláth! You will have noticed the wonderful banners in the village. Well the next step is Tidy Towns Team need you to volunteer for the Great Socially-Distanced Spring Clean-up taking place on Saturday 24th April. Let’s make it a sparkling neighbourhood in time for our great Stay @ Home Festival !Click: HERE

4.     Planning : The main developments since the last update are :

·       Shamrock Villas : The good news is that the Property Registration Authority advises that an Order dated 16-4-2021 has been issued to Harold Properties Limited refusing an application seeking registration as full owner with an absolute title of the most Southerly section of Shamrock Villas. This opens the way for Dublin City Council to move to establish their control over the full extent of Shamrock Villas in the public interest.

The sad & bad news is that Dublin City Council’s Director of Services continues to contend that the public right of way on this section of Shamrock Villas was validly extinguished at some stage recently and that the erection of gates at Mountain View Avenue is exempted development.

Our elected reps are working with the Harold’s Cross Village Community Council to protect pedestrian access through the full length of Shamrock Villas. This is vitally important in the context of the Bus Connects proposal to install bus gates at McGowan’s and Siopa Linn, remove the footpath along the railings at the South end of the Park, the opening of the new 1,600 pupil schools at the Stadium and the huge number of new apartments in the immediate vicinity.

  1. Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 2800

  1. Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE

Tree Cutting in Mt. Argus Park and Road

Please see below and update from Dublin City Parks:

“Dublin City Parks have appointed a tree surgeon to carry out essential tree removals, 4 number, in Mt. Argus Park and Road to happen over the next couple of weeks due to Health and Safety concerns. This work is being carried out following inspection by the Dublin City Council Tree Officer who has found that the trees due for removal have serious fungal disease, cavities, decay and require urgent removal. One tree will be removed completely and three trees will be retained as monoliths – the practice whereby a tree is reduced in height and without branches and left to naturally decay in order to provide habitat for wildlife- birds, bats and insects will live, shelter and feed in and off the timber.

This work will be completed in the next 2-3 weeks.”

Thank you,

Dublin City Council

Occasional News from Harold’s Cross

Rosary Hall : The fantastic news is that the DCC’s Budget Committee has approved in principal the request by our local Councillors, for full funding for the building remedial works for Rosary Hall.  This funding will allow the building to be brought back into use for both the Youth and Football Club and Harold’s Cross Village Community Council and will enable many of the initiatives for roll out under the Age Friendly Village Plan.

This is a mammoth testimony to the persistence of our local councillors Mary Freehill, Anne Feeney, Pat Dunne, Deirdre Conroy, Tara Deacy and Carolyn Moore for constantly putting forward the motions, sending the emails and making the phone calls. We are very appreciative of all the work that they do representing the neighbourhood in Harold’s Cross.  The village has benefitted hugely from all of their efforts. Thank you !

Rosary Hall and Park have been central to the social fabric of Harold’s Cross for generations. In his book “Harold’s Cross”, local historian Joe Curtis writes:

“The clergy bought Westfield Park at auction in 1954, an early Georgian two-storey house of three bays, with big gardens attached. A hall, with corrugated asbestos cement roof, was added on the west side, and the original house was used as the changing rooms. The gardens were laid out as football pitches. The altar boys party was held in the hall around Christmas time, when a box of chocolates was presented to “Altar Boy of the Year”. In the mid 1990’s, most of the land was sold off for town houses, now called Kenilworth Manor, but the rear of the site was retained for one football pitch and a new Community Centre, with a youth club on the ground floor, and a hall/meeting room at first floor level.

Many concerts, mostly by the Harold’s Cross Musical Society, were held in the old hall over the years,.”

Indeed for decades it was the “Copper Face Jacks” of Harold’s Cross. Dances & hops were held there and despite the supervision of the “man in the round collar” many’s the match (figuratively & literally) was ignited in The Rosary through the decades !

In 2019 the Dublin Diocese transferred ownership of the grounds and building to Dublin City Council for a nominal sum in order to ensure that the vital role that The Rosary provides will continue.

The Rosary deserves a proper, dedicated historic record when this round of works is completed. Click : HERE for the official Harold’s Cross YFC Club History.

2.     Planning : The main developments since the last update are :

·       Shamrock Villas : The Harold’s Cross Village Community Council and others have submitted objections to the Application for Registration of TitleThe Dublin City Council position, as stated in their submission to the Property Registration Authority, is that the application for registration of possessory ownership is invalid as the relevant limitation periods have not been met.”

Cllr. Mary Freehill has requested a meeting of DCC executives, local councillors and the HCVCC to understand the process adopted by DCC to apply the Conditions attached to the 2009 motion to extinguish the Public Right of Way of Shamrock Villas and whether they were fulfilled within the five year time limit.

·       DD O’Brien’s : DNG has begun to market 34 apartments at 126-128 HCR. Brand new development comprising of large studio, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments in a exclusive development located overlooking Harold’s Cross Park. Click: HERE

·       Mount Argus Old Monastery : An Bord Pleanála granted the developer’s appeal to develop an additional 21 family accommodation units with a new vehicular access at Mount Argus Avenue.

A new date for the adjourned court case brought by DCC Planning Enforcement to determine the legality of a Site Access entrance from Church Park, is awaited. Click: HERE

·       St. Clare’s : Marlet seeks over €1bn for prime Dublin residential rental portfolio including St. Clare’s. Click: HERE

3.    HX Grow Project : Wildflowers and Biodiversity – Saint Patrick’s Day is not just about Shamrock ! This is the day each of us can create a wildflower patch that collectively transforms into a giant patchwork wildflower meadow in our community. Collect your FREE seed packet of Cornflower Meadow Mix; Oriental Poppies; Foxgloves and many more that will bring colour and blooms through the summer and beyond.

The HX Grow Learn Library is now live!💥 This is a veritable treasure trove of info, factsheets and all you could need to bring your seeds to fruition.  Many thanks to the builders and curators of the platform; Deirdre, Fiona, Kieran and Claudine!  The library can be accessed via https://bit.ly/2LqoaW6.

If you would like to join the HXGrow WhatsApp Group Click HERE.

4.     Dublin City Council (DCC) in partnership with Dublin City University (DCU)  are hosting an online survey to identify what roles and functions the parks fulfilled for all Dublin citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic, how these can be maintained after the pandemic and what future developments you would like to see in parks across the city. This is your opportunity to have your opinion, experiences and voice taken into account to shape the development of parks across Dublin in the coming years. If you would like to take part in this survey, please click on the link below:

https://dcusciencehealth.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aYqkHAuKt9rDQj4

If you would like your child/adolescent (10 – 18 Years) to take part in this survey and have their voice heard, please click on this link instead:  

https://dcusciencehealth.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9pKw85x82gvFgYm

`           The survey runs from Monday 15th to Sunday 28th March 2021.

  1. Three Harold’s Cross National School Head-spinners : RTÉ has teamed up with ESB Science Blast to investigate the science behind some curious awe-inspiring questions for Zig & Zag,

This weeks head-spinning question was posed by Harold’s Cross National School in Dublin.  Click:HERE

  1. Change for Life : DCSWP Health & Wellbeing Virtual Hub is launching on the 15th March  with our Free 8 week Change For Life Programme, there will be loads of fitness classes , nutrition talks & cooking demos and weekly challenges to keep everyone active ! Plus plenty more as the weeks progress.

There will be daily classes to cater for all levels along with nutritional advice and wellbeing tips. Classes are geared towards adults but children are more than welcome to join in. Click:HERE

  1. ’Holding It Together Apart’ : is a Community Development project aimed at helping people to maintain their physical, spiritual and mental well-being at home. It has a huge range of FREE easy-to-access activities, events, classes and talks with literally something for everybody. Click:HERE
  1. HX Community Festival ‘21: The Festival Team is hard at work behind the scenes scheming and cajoling to bring the delights of the Community Festival to the village in the middle of May. A programme of live and virtual (but real) events is in pipeline. Despite the restrictions the team plan to reach as many local residents as possible working with Residents Associations, Schools, clubs and Dublin City Council. If you have dreams, talents, ideas, suggestions or initiatives we would love to hear them. Just email haroldscrossf@gmail.com.
  1. Aer Lingus – Permanent Positions

Aer Lingus has posted a range of Dublin based job vacancies for experienced people and graduates Click Here to Apply

They are also recruiting Cabin Crew for their new base in Manchester Click Here to Apply

10. Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 2800

  1. Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE

News for March 2021

  Planning : The main developments since the last update are :

·       Shamrock Villas : A site notice dated 12 February 2021 is erected along the lane at Shamrock Villas stating that an application for registration as owner with an Absolute Title has been lodged with the Property Registration Authority on behalf of Harold Properties Limited. This is the area roughly between YF Gym and Mountain View Avenue. The deadline for objections is Thursday 11th March. You can do this via email to info@prai.ie with “Attn: Denis Connolly Ref: D2020LR161202C” in the Subject line. More info at www.prai.ie.

·       Mount Argus Mill Railings & Gates : Patrizia Mount Argus S.á.r.l has appealed DCC’s decision to refuse retention of the unauthorised gates, railings and bollards at Mount Argus Mil to An Bord Pleanála. The closing date for submissions is Wednesday March 10th. Click: HERE

·       St Clare’s : An Bord Pleanála granted permission with conditions including removal of the eastern extent of the 5th storey in Block F and reinstatement of the approved 5th storey plan. This means removing 3 units resulting in a new total of 245 units. Click: HERE

·       Hall of Lights : 38 apartments – refused by ABP on a number of grounds. Click: HERE.

·       Classic Cinema : A compliance submission including samples of the materials, colours and textures of all the external finishes and boundaries to the proposed development, including external facades, signage, pavement finishes, and bicycle stands is included HERE

2.    The Classic Cinema development has been named Elm Ville. The process of finding a name for a new development is interesting. Candidate names are researched by the developers for discussion with DCC Planning. A report with a recommendation is presented to local councillors for discussion and their approval.

  1. ’Holding It Together Apart’ : is a Community Development project aimed at helping people to maintain their physical, spiritual and mental well-being at home. It has a huge range of FREE easy-to-access activities, events, classes and talks with literally something for everybody. Click:HERE
  1. HX Community Festival ‘21: The Festival Team is hard at work behind the scenes scheming and cajoling to bring the delights of the Community Festival to the village in the middle of May. A programme of live and virtual (but real) events is in pipeline. Despite the restrictions the team plan to reach as many local residents as possible working with Residents Associations, Schools, clubs and Dublin City Council. If you have dreams, talents, ideas, suggestions or initiatives we would love to hear them. Just email haroldscrossf@gmail.com.
  1. Irish Air Corps Recruiting Apprentice Technicians

The Irish Air Corps are looking for motivated people who enjoy working in a team environment to become part of the Air Corps maintenance team providing technical support to the fleet. The training complies with the Technical University Dublin Education awards and graduates of this programme will be eligible for a Level 7 Bachelor of Engineering in Military Aviation Technology. Successful candidates, upon qualification, will also receive SOLAS accreditation and an EASA Part 66 Category B licence. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and younger than 23 years old on the 1st September 2021. There’s a video on this page VIDEO.  Click Here to Apply

  1. www.haroldscross.org : Get the latest at any time – Click: HERE
  1. Here’s contact details for our Kimmage-Rathmines Councillors:

Deirdre Conroy (FF) deirdre.conroy@dublincity.ie / 086 280 5413

Carolyn Moore (GP) carolyn.moore@dublincity.ie/ 087 645 2800

Tara Deacy (Soc D) tara.deacy@dublincity.ie / 087 938 9904

Pat Dunne (I4C) pat.dunne1@dublincity.ie / 087 776 4422

Anne Feeney (FG) anne.feeney@dublincity.ie / 087 295 5256

Mary Freehill (Lab) marycfreehill@gmail.com / 086 812 6378

  1. Many more FREE EVENTS in Dublin this week HERE
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