October News: Kilmainham Inchicore Network |Autumn Leaves | Richmond Barracks |Dancing | Talent | Flea Market

Kilmainham Inchicore Network

Here is a new initiative from DCC looking at improving the urban environment in Kilmainham / Inchicore: Kilmainham Inchicore Network


DATE:  Wednesday 12th October 2016

TIME: 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Location: Contact Aoife Hannon aoife.hannan@dublincity.ie 087 127 3428 for details

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Paul Smyth is a local man who has set up a small group of like-minded individuals to try and get something done about the amount of closed down premises in Inchicore Village and provide the local angle to the DCC initiative above.

He’s at paulsmyth139@gmail.com – please get in touch with him if you are interested in helping out or finding out more.

Dublin City Council Autumn Leaf Collection

DCC have a project where, if you do a bit of leaf gathering around your own area, they’ll collect it.

Contact: southcentralpublicdomain@dublincity.ie

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Richmond Barracks Historical Talks first Monday of the Month

Richmond Barracks is a wonderful addition to the area, not just as a museum in itself but also a beautiful venue. They are having historical talks throughout the Autumn called Mondays at the Mess, given by local historians on the first Monday of the Month. I’ve missed the first two but there’s still two to go. Booking is essential.
Contact Richmond Barracks at richmondbarracks@dublincity.ie or phone +353 1 222 8400

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Dance Classes!

It might be a bit late but here’s the details anyway.


Stars in their Eyes Saturday October 15th!

See below


Inchicore Sports and Social Club Flea Market  October 29th

More details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1784999688438093/

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