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Greystones notes week May 18th

Many Greystones events have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19.

Greystones Weekly Calendar will continue to bring notices and projects to your attention.

Please mark your diaries and calendars for those that are available to you.

Don’t forget to check the up to date COVID-19 data and information.

Information is located at the end of the Calendar.

Keep in touch with what is going on,  despite COVID-19.

News & information items and updates on forthcoming events.

Straight to your Inbox each week !!

Please forward notices to Kathleen Kelleher,  2875327/087 2845465,

kk@KathleenKelleher.com.

Please feel free to forward Calendar to family and friends or add to your Facebook page.

Keep up to date with what is going on !!

Lots more Greystones information available from:

Paul Byrne at:  www.GreystonesGuide.ie.

Also from www.Greystones.ie

Greystones Players

Arsenic & Old Lace|Radio Play from Whale Theatre Greystones

Sunday,  23 May 2021 via www.whaletheatre.ie or Facebook.

This is a wonderful classic radio play from the golden age of radio.

A fabulous evening’s entertainment from our local theatre and our local actors.

Set your calendars and don’t forget to tune in !!

Paul Byrne from Greystones Guide.ie has the full story.

Greystones Guide | Greystones Players’ Radio DazeGreystones Guide

Roadworks on Bellevue Hill Delgany

Wicklow County Council announces roadworks on the L-1030,  Bellevue Hill,  Delgany.

Roadworks will be ongoing until the end of June.

The works are to provide a new public footpath along the road.

Localised temporary traffic management will be in place for the duration.

Erskine Avenue Road Closure

Erskine Avenue,  Greystones,  will be closed 21 to 28 May, 2021.

The closure is to allow for the laying of a road covering to facilitate filming.

Special Webinar on Ageing

Nurturing our Longevity Dividend

Thursday,  20 May 2021,  2.30 pm to 3.30 pm.

Zoom talk with Professor Desmond O’Neill,  Professor in Medical Gerontology,  TCD.

Bookings from a.hannifin@ancosan.ie.

Sponsored by An Cosan,  Social Inclusion South Dublin County.

Bealtaine Festival and Academic Primary Care Centre.

Greystones Family Resource Centre

Greystones FRC is located at 28 Burnaby Court,  behind Greystones Lawn Tennis Club.

The centre offers a wide range of services for families and the community.

Greystones FRC would like to hear from the people of Greystones.

All kinds of people,  whether you have used the services of the centre or not.

People who have used the services previously,  no matter how long ago.

People using the services now.

People who are involved in community services of any kind.

Anyone involved in the community in any way.

Here is the link to a short survey.

Can you help the centre by filling out the survey ??

It won’t take long.

Your feedback will be of great help in developing their next three year plan.

Greystones FRC invites you to HAVE YOUR SAY! Survey (surveymonkey.com)

GREYSTONES COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT:   WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

Week ending 2 May 2021.

Greystones North                               No reports.

Garda JP Connolly                                  john.p.connolly@garda.ie

           Greystones South                                Theft from shop.

            Garda Alan Thompson                            alan.m.thompson@garda.ie

Delgany/Killincarrig/Charlesland     Theft of bicycle left on ground in estate.

Garda Maria Curtis                                 maria.m.curtis@garda.ie            

            Kilcoole                                               Three mopeds stolen from shed overnight.

            Garda Molly Corbett                               molly.a.corbett@garda.ie

The numbers this week are somewhat down to normal.

Thanks to all for great efforts and arrests.

Garda slot on the Morning Show with Declan Meehan at East Coast FM.

A Garda talks about security and other pending issues of the week.

Be sure and tune in for all the latest policing updates !!

If you see anything suspicious,  please report to Greystones Garda Station 6665800.

Garda Confidential Number             1800 666 111

Greystones Garda Station               666 5800

EPA Noise Pollution                       1890 20 20 21

Crimestoppers                             1800 25 00 25

Drugs.ie                                     8360911

Traffic Watch                              1890 205 805

Dog Warden                                0404 44873

Crime Victims Helpline                   1850 211 407

Citizens Information Centre Bray

Citizens Information Centre Bray offers a free and confidential service to the public.

You can contact the office on 076 1076780, Monday to Friday,  9 am to 5 pm.

Email, bray@citinfo.ie at anytime.

Comprehensive integrated information online at citizensinformatiion.ie.

Daily updates on Twitter at @citizensinfo.

Good Life Artisan Farmers’ Market Now in Greystones

Good Life Artisan Farmers’ Market is now in Greystones.

The market is located at St. Patrick’s National School,  Church Road.

Near the intersection of Church Road,  Rathdown Road,  Victoria Road.

The market will be held every Sunday,  from 9 May,  12 pm to 3.30 pm.

On offer are fresh fruit and vegetables,  homemade produce,  hot food and more !!

A raffle also takes place,  €5 for two strips,  with food vouchers as prizes.

The market is also located at Fisher’s Newtownmountkennedy.

Fridays,  9 am to 3.30 pm.

Jigsaw|Mental Health Service for Young People

Jigsaw services are available for young people aged 12 to 25 years.

Jigsaw proves a brief,  goal focused service,  initial assessment,  up to 6 support sessions.

Jigsaw is a free service.

Young people,  parents/guardians, GPs and other professionals can refer with consent.

Details from Jigsaw,  2 Aubrey Court,  Parnell Road,  Bray,  Co. Wicklow

www.jigsaw.ie.

COVID-19 Information

Great news this week,  numbers are down for Greystones.

Well done to all !! 

Figures for COVID-19 in Greystones Local Electoral Area are down.

National figures are down,  too.

Let’s continue the to keep bringing  the figures down. 

Hopefully,  we will be able to have a good summer.

Ireland’s COVID19 Data Hub (arcgis.com)

Vitamin D and COVID-19

Professor Luke O’Neill from Trinity College Dublin supports the use of Vitamin D.

He has spoken publicly about its benefits.

Especially as part of a programme of improving your immune system.

Here are four interesting links about the efficacy of Vitamin D.

Three are from The Irish Times,  the other is from RTE.

Please always check with your General Practitioner regarding Vitamin D and dosage.

Over-65s advised not to drink strong tea during meals (irishtimes.com)

Minister urged to recommend vitamin D supplements in Covid-19 strategy (irishtimes.com)

Coronavirus: Adults should take vitamin D, researchers say (irishtimes.com)

People should take Vitamin D to fight virus – report (rte.ie)

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