A Christmas Miscellany

The Bleeding Pig Cultural festival continues on the peninsula on Sunday 30th. of November with a Christmas treat in the form of a ” A Christmas Miscellany” in the beautiful surroundings of St. Patricks Church of Ireland, Donabate at 5.00 … Continue reading

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N.F.M.H.S. Hospital – Community Council’s Submission to An Bord Pleanala

Donabate Portrane Community Council (DPCC) would like to thank everyone who helped to prepare  the submission to An Bord Pleanala in relation to HSE planning application for relocation of National Forensic Mental Health Services Hospital to St. Ita’s,  Portrane.  The submission was … Continue reading

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Youth Mental Health free workshop.

Headstrong (National Centre for Youth Mental Health) and Jigsaw North Fingal are providing a free day-long workshop on youth mental health. The workshop will be hosted in the Parish Hall, Donabate from 9.30am – 4pm on Tuesday December 2nd 2014. … Continue reading

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N.F.M.H.S. Hospital planning submissions

Next Thurs. 20th. November is the last day for public groups and individuals to make a submission to An Bord Pleanála regarding an application for planning permission by the H.S.E. to relocate the National Forensic Mental Health Service Hospital from … Continue reading

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Self-employed migrant survey

My name is Steven Lucas and I’m doing research at Maynooth University on self-employed migrants. I would appreciate it if you are a currently or formerly self-employed migrant or a returned Irish migrant who is self-employed you could take the … Continue reading

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Nightmarish Booo-bridge House and Frightmare Farm!

Newbridge House and Farm has a frightening family tour for all ages. The gorgeous Georgian house in darkness, its oil paintings softly illuminated by candlelight, taking the visitor closer to what life was like in the eerie eighteenth century. Suitable … Continue reading

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