Your Park – Your Future!

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I have just developed a website for Johnstown People’s Park which was launched recently. The aim of the website is to inform residents of the member estates about news, events, and developments in relation to their local park of which they are shareholders. This park is not only a fantastic local amenity for the people […]

Save Childline 24

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This latest post is an appeal and a call to action. Childline’s phone service has been the sole support to many children throughout the island of Ireland for 26 years and now it faces an uncertain future. Childline is currently available to speak with and listen to children 24 hours a day, but if they […]

Support ISPCC volunteers climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of the ISPCC

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As I am sure many people are aware, the ISPCC provides vital support services for the children of Ireland. These services include mentoring and the hugely popular Childline service. These services cost more than €4 million per year and 80% of the funding comes directly from corporate and public donations. Recently, the ISPCC has found […]

The Language Garden website launched

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I am delighted to announce that The Language Garden website was officially launched on Friday the 13th of December at an event in Dublin. The Language Garden is a free resource which includes a book and a DVD, the aim of which is to improve the speaking and listening skills of children. This free resource […]

Active, busy day!

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My blog isn’t a dear diary, what I did today type thing. It also isn’t going to become a daily log. I just think it is nice to declare the volume of activities that I was able to fit into today. After getting up early, I was able to get in a lovely, early morning […]

Summer Holiday

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I am just back from a very enjoyable and thoroughly relaxing holiday. I spent a week in Strandhill, Co. Sligo with my fiancee. During the holiday, we dined in the restaurants and bars of Strandhill and Sligo town. On Monday, we spent time pottering around the shops in Sligo town and stopped for a spot […]

Flashmob during Galway Arts Festival 2013

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Yesterday I was excited to be part of a group of swing dancers who flash mobbed three locations across Galway city during the Galway Arts Festival 2013 on a packed sunny Saturday. Have a look at the videos below. I’d love to do this again! Shop Street: Eyre Square: Spanish Arch: