Over the next two Wednesday evenings (6 & 13 February), at 7pm in Marlay House, there will be two fascinating talks, by Tom Conlon, on the history of Dún Laoghaire town in the first half of the 19th Century, as part of DLR Heritage EventsWinter of Heritage programme. “Kingstown – the first decade (1821-1831) – from…Details
dlr LexIcon will host a family day on Saturday, 2 February, with an Irish twist on a Chinese New Year celebration and a host of activities such as parent and toddler yoga, kite-making workshops, springtime storytelling, concerts and rhythm workshops, art workshops, virtual reality, as well as dragon and lion dancers to celebrate the New…Details
We received a very warm response in Watsons, in Killiney, yesterday, where my first home was, at the end of a week when the Brexit problem seems to have gotten even worse.
I have every faith, however, that the Fine Gael government will achieve everything possible to protect Ireland’s interests.
Visit The Oratory, in Dún Laoghaire, as part of DLR Heritage Events Winter of Heritage Programme. There are free tours every Wednesday and Saturday, until 2 March, at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm. Regarded as “a hidden gem of Celtic revival art”, The Oratory is said to contain some of “the most spectacular artwork from the first…Details
I was privileged to attend, and speak at, a breakfast briefing, on Wednesday morning, at the French Ambassador’s residence in Dublin. The President of the Normandy Region, Hervé Morin gave a strong presentation on the multi-modal facilities and capacities for freight transport in ports like Caen, Cherbourg and Dieppe. In anticipation of Brexit, solutions, potential…Details
Busy week last week but great response on the doors in Killiney and Glenageary.
I’m really encouraged by the drive within Fine Gael to tackle the climate change issue, as evidenced by a dedicated meeting of the parliamentary party, which I attended on Monday.