Volunteers needed for a litter pick up.
This is still Our park. Show your pride by helping to keep it clean.
When: 10am Sunday 29th of April, 2018
Where: Red Stables, St Anne's Park
Contact: Brian Heapps - 087 4584882
A reminder that the Clontarf Bulls Fundraiser Walk and Grand Slam Jersey Auction for Children with Intellectual Additional Needs is taking place this Sunday, 29th of April.
Start Date/Time: Walk begins 3.30pm; Registration 3.00pm
End Date/Time: 4.30pm (approx.)
Location: Clontarf Rugby Club
Pricing: Registration costs €10 per person and €20 for a family of four. Donations can also be made online at www.ifundraise.ie/clontarfbulls
Category: All are very welcome including club members and their families and the local community
Event Contact: Phone Clontarf Rugby Club at (01) 8336214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Read more details here: https://bit.ly/2HnIBMf
A reminder that The Clontarf Residents Association & Clontarf Business Association Clontarf Clean-Up is taking place this Saturday 21st April 2018.
Meet at the Car Park opposite the Yacht pub for 11am. The More the Merrier!
Read full details here: https://bit.ly/2HAeYuu
The Clontarf Residents Association & Clontarf Business Association have organised a Clontarf Clean-Up for this Saturday 21st April 2018.
Get involved and spend a little time caring for your area!
Hopefully, you can spare an hour or two and head down to the Car Park opposite the Yacht pub for 11 am. The more the merrier!
Litter-pickers, high-vis jackets and bags will be supplied on the day!
The Clontarf Clean-Up part of a city-wide cleanup event.
What started out as a school project went to a whole new level, thanks to Gus O’ Hara and his Spar shops on Vernon Avenue and Stiles Road in Clontarf. Four local boys, Alex Deasy, James Molloy, Paddy McNeilis and Michael Gallagher, all aged nine and attending Belgrove Senior Boys School, were given a task of creating a comic in class. Their interest was piqued, and they decided to continue making more and developing the characters.
One of the parents contacted Gus O’Hara to ask if they could display the comics in one of his stores for a short period of time. Gus accepted…
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The exhibition continues on Saturday and Sunday 21st and 22nd from 11am-6pm.
Everyone who attends and fills in the competition entry form is in with a chance of winning breakfast for 4 in Casa Pasta.
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We would like to notify all readers of a fake message which has been passed around Whatsapp groups over the last number of days. The message warns residents about people calling to doors checking to see that the householder has an ID for the upcoming referendum. They then gain access and rob the house.
The Clontarf Residents' Association confirmed with the Guards today that the message is indeed fake and originated in South Africa. Anyone who receives the text should ignore it.
Nonetheless, we would like to remind readers to be cautious of strangers who call…