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Laragh Glendalough notes week June 15th

Looking down the glacial valley of Glendalough, taken from overhead the 6th century monastic settlement

SYNGE & WICKLOW: DO YOU HAVE ANY STORIES?

Local theatre maker Cliona O’Connell, and Aughrim based actress Andrea Kelly would love to talk to people in the area who have any knowledge or stories relating to the playwright J.M Synge, or the Synge family and their connection to the area. Do you have any stories?

If so we would love to hear from you. You can email projectsynge@gmail.com , or give us a call/text on 087 4673858 and we will get back to you. Any information you have, no matter how small, is very welcome.

We are currently working on the development of a new theatre project sited in the county, re-imagining Synge’s life, work and connection to Wicklow. This project is funded under the Wicklow Artist Award Scheme 2020.

The Brockagh Resource Centre 

Last Week of Scrap Metal Collection

Our collection of scrap metal to raise funds for the Brockagh Centre was a great success and we would like to thank everyone who contributed.

We are continuing with our scrap metal collection for now with the closing date on the 26th of June. It can be left at the back of our building for collection.

Some of the items you can bring are Biscuit tins, steel oil tanks, steel window frames, steel coal bunkers, Radiators, Solid fuel cookers, Sheep wire, Bicycles, Old cars without the tyres, Wheel Barrows, Golf irons, etc.

No Fridges, Freezers, Cookers, Timber, Plastics or Tyres. Contact brockaghresourcecentre@gmail.com or go to  brockaghresourcecentre.ie.

Laragh/Brockagh Playground Open

The playground, situated at the Brockagh Resource Centre, is now open for use. Please be mindful of social distancing.

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