This Wednesday 1st of March, forecast high tides are set to be at their highest.
Please take caution on the seafront and promenade over the coming days.
Thank you to Councillor Ciaran O' Moore for sending in the above information.
Looking for part-time work? Our sponsors at Grainger's Pebble Beach are looking for experienced part-time staff.
Anyone who has three years experience or more in Irish trade should contact bar manager Dave Reilly. Call into the pub with a CV or phone on (01) 8332762.
Further to our recent update, we have met with our Councillors (CLLRs) and they are fully briefed on the serious issues - lack of progress, further delays on completion dates, lack of information and misinformation, ponding, defects in new road surface etc. – with this project.
As a result of that meeting, our CLLRs have engaged with Dublin City Council (DCC) Senior Management on our behalf with a view to getting some meaningful…
Our wonderful sponsors at Olive's Room were featured in the Irish Times Magazine this week!
The Weekend Magazine released on Saturday 19th February outlines the various supper clubs that Olive's Room will host over the coming year (more info here)
Make sure to give it a read here. Meanwihle, check out the recent video our sponsors Together Digital produced for them below:
The Bull Island Action Group Monthly Beach Clean Up for February will take place this Saturday, 18th.
Those wishing to volunteer are asked to arrive at the entrance to Dollymount Strand (just past Royal Dublin Golf Club) at 10:45 AM, in order to begin the clean up at 11 AM
Dublin City Council will provide a tractor and trailer, plus a driver, to remove and dispose of all the rubbish collected by volunteers. The Dublin Port Company will provide litter-picking equipment, such as litter-pickers, bin bag hoops, rubbish bags and gloves.
The weather for Saturday…
For some people February signifies the real start to the New Year. The January blues are finally behind us, the days are getting brighter, and our wallets are slightly fuller after a long awaited payday! For others, the month of February brings something else important - Valentine’s Day. So whether you’re a hopeless romantic looking to spoil that special someone in your life, or you fancy a night or celebration with friends to spread the love (yes, we think Galentine’s Day or Palentine’s Day is a fantastic idea!), forget the expensive chocolates and dust-collecting…
The Clontarf U14 Football (soccer) team are looking for players for their upcoming season starting March 4th! To be eligible, players must have been born in 2003/2004. Training takes place on Tuesday 8-9pm, with matches on Saturdays.
For more information, contact Eddie here - 086 832 974
This lovely little pup has been wandering in and out of a garden on Oulton Road for the last three days. He/she has no collar and seems very skittish. There's a possibility he may be missing so please share and get in touch with us at email@example.com if you might know the owner!
Great interview in yesterday's Independent with Clontarf Rugby U11 coach, Shane Meehan.
In the interview, Shane talks about the Clontarf coaches approach in relation to teaching young kids how to "tackle effectively and how to be tackled and react in a certain situation" and how coaches doing SAFE Rugby courses know how to respond to injuries on the pitch.
Find the full article here on www.independent.ie
We would like to notify residents that an informal public meeting will be held in at Charleville Mall Public Library (Fairview) this Saturday February 11th 2017 from 10:00am to 1:00pm.
Members of the design team, RPS Consulting Engineers, will be available to answer queries from the public on the scheme.
Click here to view the proposal on www.dublincity.ie