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Greystones notes week August 9th

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

k@KathleenKelleher.com.

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 COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT:   WEEKLY CRIME REPORT

Week ending 1 August 2021.

Greystones North                               Theft from vehicle, window smashed, handbag stolen.

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

           Greystones South                                Vehicle window smashed.

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

Delgany/Killincarrig/Charlesland     No reports.

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

            Kilcoole                                               Knockroe, 2 electric gate batteries stolen.

                                                                        Two attempted thefts from vehicles.

                                                                        No success as vehicles were locked.

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

Our Community Gardaí remind us to never leave items in their vehicles on display.

This is to discourage opportunist thieves.

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

Drugs.ie                                     8360911

Traffic Watch                              1890 205 805

Dog Warden                                0404 44873

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Greystones Community Gardaí pass on water safety tips from Water.ie.

Learn how to swim

Swimming in the sea takes different skills.

Before you get your feet wet, it’s best to learn how to swim in the surf.

If you don’t know how to swim you should learn.

Restrict to paddling in the shallow water only and in the presence of a lifeguard.

Supervise Children

Children should be supervised by adults at all times while they are swimming or near water.

Adults supervising need to remain vigilant, never turn away or get distracted.

Not even for a moment.

Good Swim Practices

Always swim within your depth, parallel and close to shore and don’t swim after eating. Never use inflatable toys in open water or swim out after anything drifting.

Avoid staying in the water for extended periods when waters are still cold.

You risk hypothermia.

Lifeguard is on Duty

Swim when a lifeguard is on duty and in areas designated for swimming.

All swimmers should respect the rules for swimming and follow the direction of the lifeguard. Parents of young children should carefully supervise their children.

Even where a lifeguard is present.

Never Swim Alone

Always swim with others, never alone, no matter how tempting the sea is.

Accidents happen even to good swimmers.

Wear Lifejackets

Those boating should wear a properly fitting serviced lifejacket with crotch strap.

Shore anglers should also wear a lifejacket and be extremely vigilant for ocean swells.

Don’t Drink and Swim

Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs seriously impairs judgment and coordination. There is also an increased risk of injury or drowning.

Avoid Diving Headfirst

It is best to enter the water feet first.

Diving into shallow or murky water, or of unknown depth or underwater environment is dangerous.

In An Emergency

In an emergency,  call 112

disPLAYCed at Whale Theatre|19 August to 30 September 2021

Great programme lined up for special Whale Theatre season.

Greystones welcomes its wonderful theatre’s re-opening.

Twenty events,  music & comedy,  live theatre and spoken word.

Irish artists who have been disPLAYced by COVID-19.

There is something for everyone !!

Tickets are selling fast and half of the progammes are booked out !!

Avoid disappointment,  don’t delay in booking your show.

Two new programmes have been added.

28 August 2021                  Comedian Colm O’Regan

Ticketsolve – whale

28 August 2021                  Ceol Connected:  The Quiet Tree

                                      Special show for children 2-6 and their adults.

Ticketsolve – whale

Here is just a taster of what else you can enjoy.

19 August 2021                  Lisa Hannigan

Ticketsolve – whale

20 August 2021                  The Emma Langford Trio

Ticketsolve – whale

21 August 2021                  The 4 of Us

Ticketsolve – whale

9 September                     Greystones Film Club/Taffin with Pierce Brosnan

Greystones Film Club (whaletheatre.ie)

Full information,  bookings and details from Whale Theatre

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

Greystones Guide | Back To NightlifeGreystones Guide

Summer Songs in Greystones

Three events to be held this August in Burnaby Park,  Greystones.

Sponsored by Wicklow County Council Arts Office.

          Scullion and Perfect Friction            Saturday        7 August 2021          2.00 pm

                                                          €120 per pod of six.

          Kila and Glimpse                          Saturday        7 August 2021          6.30 pm

                                                          €120 per pod of six.

          Greystones for Sunday Afternoon     Sunday          8 August 2021          3.00 pm.

                                                          €60 per pod of six.

Bookings from Wicklow County Council Arts Office Events | Eventbrite

Ireland’s COVID-19 Data Hub Information

Below is the latest information available from the Data Hub.

You can see that the figures are slightly lower than last week.

LEA means Local Electoral Area:  Greystones,  Delgany,  Kilcoole,  Newcastle,  part of NTMK.

Ireland’s COVID19 Data Hub (arcgis.com)

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