The Drumcondra Christmas lights ceremony sponsored by mydrumcondra.ie will take place on Sunday 1st December from 4.30pm at Our Lady’s Park. There will be a visit from Santa of course and complimentary mince pies, and a reception in the Skylon Hotel afterwards at 5.30pm. I’ll be there, and I hope to see you there too. […]
Monthly Archives: November 2013
Ballymun Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
I’m informed that Santa will be making a visit to the Ballymun Civic Centre at 5.30pm on Thursday 12th December, where he will be accompanied by special guests. Entertainment will be provided by the Margaret Aylward School Choir and it promises to be a lovely evening. I’ll be down there to greet Santa and hopefully […]
Ballymun Civic Alliance Launch
I was delighted to attend the launch of the Ballymun Civic Alliance this week. As the Fine Gael representative for the area, and the only one in attendance, I was glad to show my support for the future of Ballymun as this group comes together to progress the opportunities, issues and concerns that face Ballymun. […]
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Know Where You Stand 2014
Please find below my leaflet for budget information for 2014. This will be delivered to households locally in the coming days. If you have any queries about it, please contact me.
Help Find Dogs Aid A Home
Dogs Aid are an organisation doing fantastic work in Ballymun. Effectively they are a not-for-profit veterinary service who have been based in Ballymun for years now just at Balbutcher Lane, just down from the block where I grew up. However, due to the demolition, they have had to vacate these premises. This great not for […]
Public Transport Public Meeting Tonight
Public Transport Public Meeting – tonight, Wednesday 6th November, 7.30pm in Maples House Hotel on Iona Road. If you need any help getting there, please contact Noel on 085 7049415.
Update Re: Local Water
First of all, a personal note. Like many people, I am frustrated and annoyed about this issue. I find it incredible that we’ve been teetering so close to “water bankruptcy” for so long in Dublin, with only 1% reserve capacity available in Dublin, while most other European cities have 20% reserve capacity. This is simply […]