Monday, 29 June 2015

Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show, Terenure College, this Sunday 5 July

The 24th Irish Classic & Vintage Motor Show, Ireland’s largest classic car show, will be held in Terenure College, Dublin, on Sunday July 5th 2015.

Open to the public from 11.00am to 5.00pm.
Public Entry fees are Adults – €12, Family – €25, Children & OAPs – €5

Car Parking in the Grounds – €2.

Public Entry tickets may be purchased on the day or online in advance with Visa/Mastercard/PayPal here.

As well as cars there will also be an autojumble and trade stands, refreshments, and children’s entertainment. Prizes will be awarded to the best cars at 4pm in the central arena. A range of food will be available during the day. 

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Hospice Open Garden Trail: Terenure Garden Open on 18th July 2015

Date: Saturday 18th July 2015
Opening times: 2pm – 5pm
Address: 14 Rathdown Crescent, Terenure, Dublin 6w
Garden owner: Anne Goss

For more information about Our Lady's Hospice and Care Services Garden Trail click here

Rathgar Horticultural Society Annual Show, Saturday 4th July

The Rathgar Horticultural Society's 61st annual show will take place on Saturday 4th July 2015 at Christ Church, Rathgar.
2.30-5.00pm

Featuring plant and baking competitions.

For more information click here.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

Irish Blood Transfusion Service Mobile Unit in Ballyboden on 25 June 2015

The mobile unit team of the Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be at St Enda's GAA Club, Ballyboden on Thursday 25th June from 5.00-8.30pm.

For more information about the IBTS click here.

Sunday, 14 June 2015

Major Planning Application for 85 Templeogue Road

Planning permission has been submitted by Sheelin McSharry (the developers of the Bushy Park apartment blocks) to:

Demolish the 2 storey house at 85 Templeogue Road, Terenure

and build:

A 4 storey block of 22 apartments,
a 3 storey block of 6 apartments,
2 x three storey houses,
and 46 car parking spaces
- all on a site which is only 0.34 hectares.

You can view plans for this development on Dublin City Council’s website www.dublincity.ie (planning ref 2878/15) or at a public meeting on:

 Tuesday 16th June at 8pm 
at
Terenure Enterprise Centre
17 Rathfarnham Road

Similar proposals submitted by the developer in 2005 and 2010 were refused by Dublin City Council following significant local opposition.  The Terenure Residents' Association will be objecting again to these proposals and invite you to join us by examining the proposals and submitting your own objection.

To see the proposals online, go to www.dublincity.ie/swiftlg/apas/run/wphappcriteria.display and enter 2878/15 in the planning reference box and click "search".

Sunday, 7 June 2015

Will your Child get a place in a local Primary School?

Increasing local demand for primary school places in Terenure and the surrounding area is already forcing some parents to look further afield for schooling for their children, particularly if you're looking for a non-religious ethos school.  And the situation is getting worse each year.  In years past for example, St. Joseph's Boys National School used to have several places available for local non-Catholic boys and those living outside of the parish, for September 2015 they will struggle to accommodate all Catholic 4/5 year old boys living in the parish who have applied to enter Junior Infants.

A group of local parents are campaigning to remedy this situation and are lobbying for an Educate Together National School in the Terenure/Dublin 6 area.  They have secured a meeting with the Minister of Education later this month and are keen to get in touch with parents of young children who will be looking to start school in the next few years, and others concerned about the situation.

If this is you, please visit www.educatetogether.ie/dublin-6  and register your interest.