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Clonskeagh Resisdents Association AGM

Posted by Shan on March 15, 2011 at 1:38 PM


The Clonskeagh Residents Association held its 53rd Annual General Meeting  on Friday, March 25th in Milltown Parish Hall  at 8pm.

This Campaign attended and we asked the outgoing Chairman Peter O Grady to inform members  of teh Association  who were at the AGM about this Campaign. We invited Clonskeagh Residents to join us in campaigning for a new playground to be built near  the Dodder and the Slann rivers in Windy Arbour.

 If you are a member of Clonskeagh Residents Association, perhaps you could ask other members to support the W indy Arbour Playground Campaign.

Clonskeagh Residents Association is responsible for planting Daffodil bulbs in many of the Green spaces around Clonskeagh, so thanks to everyone who stored th gardening tools and planted the bulbs for making Clonskeagh look so much nicer, after a very cold winter.


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2 Comments

Reply Shan
10:54 AM on May 4, 2011 
Hello again. I'm finding it hard to believe teh easter holidays are over. We had such great weather and lots of fun. We've been to the Castle Playground in Rathfarnham, which is run by South Dublin County Council. It's much closer to us here in Windy Arbour than the flagship Marley park playground that our own Council DLR is pouring so much money into. Getting to Marley Park is really difficult if you don't drive. Does anyone else agree with me that DLR ought to do more to promote people taking their children to playgrounds by walking, running or cycling? Can we have a sensible play policy from the council that is awarding so much money to people at UCD for sports scholarships please/
Reply Shan
8:16 AM on March 17, 2011 
Windy Arbour Playground Campaign now has a Facebook page so you can post messages of support for us there too.

Happy St Patrick's Day
Windy Arbour Playground Campaign now has a Facebook page so you can post messages of support for us there too. Happy St Patrick's Day