Saturday, 27 July 2013

Terenure Social History Project

If you have received the latest I Love Terenure newsletter, you may have seen on the reverse a story about the Terenure Social History Project. These are a series of 4 (so far) videos showing images and reminisces by long standing Terenure residents made by the Active IT society which meets regularly at Terenure Enterprise Centre. This is the first video - we'll post links to the subsequent videos over the next few weeks, but if you can't wait they can be seen on Youtube!

The Changing Face of Terenure Village

18-20 Rathfarnham Road, June 2013

18-20 Rathfarnham Road, June 2013

18-20 Rathfarnham Road, July 2013
Extension at St Joseph's BNS, April 2013

Beechlawn Way, July 2013

Monday, 8 July 2013

Period Buildings Show at Rathfarnham Castle, 13th-14th July 2013

Coinciding with Rathfarnham Village Fun Day, the Period Buildings Show will take place at Rathfarnham Castle on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th July (10am-5pm).
Events include demonstrations of traditional building skills and presentations on conservation and restoration.
This is a free show.

For more information log on to the website of the Irish Georgian Society -

Terenure Garden Open to the Public in Aid of Hospice

This year's Open Garden Trail in aid of Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services commenced in June. 

The garden at 14 Rathdown Crescent, Terenure will be open from 2-5pm on Saturday 13th July.

For information about this location log on to:

For more information about the Open Garden Trail log on to:

TRA Subscriptions for 2013-2014 Now Due

A TRA committee member will be calling to your door over the coming weeks to collect the annual subscription, which is still only Eu5 per household!

If you have any concerns about the person calling to your door, please contact us via the website -

Thank you for your continued support!

Thursday, 4 July 2013

22nd Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show, Sunday 7th July

The biggest and most popular Classic Car Exhibition in Ireland, with over 1,300 wonderful cars from all eras, is on this Sunday at Terenure College from 11am - 6pm.

The Annual Lord Mayors Cavalcade of Classic Cars arrives at 1.30pm escorted by 30 Harley Davidsons.

Among some of the outstanding attractions on show is the Jaguar XJ220, the fastest Jaguar every produced.

The Show is organised by the Irish Jaguar & Daimler Club, and supported by AXA Concours Classic Vehicle Insurance.

Charities to benefit are LauraLynn-Irelands Childrens Hospice and The National Maternity Hospital.