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Greystones notes week May 31st

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.

We are sorry that there is no COVID-19 data again this week due to cyber attach.

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

Health Service Executive Fraud Warning

Please be alert to potential frauds.

The HSE will not contact you seeking personal information.

The HSE will not ask for payment.

Greystones Poetry Trail 2021|Live Readings from the Poets

Poems from Greystones Poetry Trail 2021 can be seen in shops around the town.

They are also available online from the Whale Theatre.

Special bonus !!

You can watch and listen to the poets reading their own poems at:

Enjoy the wide variety of poems spoken from the heart by local people.

A wonderful archive of poetry.

Special thanks to Frances Browner,  curator,  Whale Theatre and Greystones 2020.

GREYSTONES COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT:   WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

Week ending 23 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     No reports.

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

            Kilcoole                                               No reports.

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

Over 118 bicycles are stolen in Co. Wicklow each year.

Only 20 of them were recovered.

Bike owners are advised to lock their bikes to an immovable object.

Keeping the lock off the ground.

Bike owners should spend between 10% and 20% of the bike’s value on 2 strong locks.

When storing at home in garage or shed,  lock the bike to a heavy immovable object.

Take a photo of the bike and write down the serial number.

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

Wicklow County Council and Greystones Municipal District

Offices are open to the public by appointment only.

  • Payments can be made electronically of by phone.
  • Motor taxation can and should be renewed online.
  • Planning applications can be submitted by post.

When attending for appointments,  a short health and safety questionnaire is required.

Face coverings must be worn at all times in council buildings.

Bray/Greystones Cliff Walk

The walk is open from Bray to the Windgates steps.

Walkers can then either return the way they came or take the Bray Head Looped Trail.

The Looped Trail can be quite challenging.

The Greystones side of the Cliff Walk remains dangerous and is not open.

Codling Wind Park|Onshore Infrastructure Scoping Report

This report covers the land-based elements of the Codling Wind Park project.

It is part of regular and transparent engagement with stakeholders and the wider public.

Feedback,  questions,  concerns and suggestions are welcome by 28 June 2021.

Please contact Liz Dillon,  087 1011473 or liz.dillon@condlingwindpark.ie.

The report itself can be found at:

Onshore Infrastructure Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Report Published – Codling Wind Park

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