St. MacCullins Parish, Lusk. Corpus Christi Procession 2013. Celebrant: Fr. Paul Hampson PP
With thanks to the parishioners of St. MacCullins, Lusk
Another item. The announcement of the final location of the sewage plant is on Monday, midway through the council meeting in Swords.I think it would be good if we could be outside Fingal HQ around 5 or so for a bit of filming.
Lusk Waste Watch relieved that Lusk is to be spared the massive sewage treatment plant to serve other council areas outside Fingal.
Today’s announcement that Fingal County Council has selected Clonsaugh as the preferred site for the proposed Regional Wastewater Plant, has brought a sense of relief to the community of Lusk but also some anger.
Lusk Waste Watch, representing the community of Lusk, has long argued that the proposed plant is inappropriate to Lusk. We have questioned the suitability of the site and pipe selection process over the last two years. While we are relieved that Lusk will not have to shoulder the burden of this monster facility, we are angered that communities have had to defend themselves from the proposals of Greater Dublin Drainage and Fingal County Council.
Part 1 of the memorial Concert in Memory of young Colette Dowling lost her battle with cystic fibrosis earlier this year, her friends, family and fellow townsfolk of Rush celebrate her life with a 'Trad' concert in aid of Cystic Fibrosis at the Millbank theatre, Rush, Fingal, Co Dublin.
Tony O'Reilly shows his old school friend, Lorcan O'Toole how to cook the perfect roast pork and crackling. Filmed in Balbriggan, Co Dublin by another good friend, David Whitehouse. Thank you David
Fingal County Council entered Skerries in Pride of Place competition in the category
of previous winners. Pride of place is a cooperation ireland initiative running for
the past 10 years, Skerries was a category 5 winner in 2006. The judging of Skerries
took place over a 2-
Part 2 of the memorial Concert in Memory of young Colette Dowling lost her battle with cystic fibrosis earlier this year, her friends, family and fellow townsfolk of Rush celebrate her life with a 'Trad' concert in aid of Cystic Fibrosis at the Millbank theatre, Rush, Fingal, Co Dublin.
WWA and people of Fingal converge on Council Offices to protest about the location of the proposed super sewage plant in Fingal.
The Flavours of Fingal Show will combine the sights and sounds of an agricultural show with an unforgettable food and family fun experience. The farm section of the two day show will feature a program of livestock and sheep competitions, equestrian contests and other agricultural displays. Also on offer over the course of the weekend will be family and musical entertainment and a programme of walks, talks and festival antics.