Gayle Follard writes:
Who is is this man who goes about Dun Laoghaire randomly feeding pigeons in Dun Laoghaire Park, Piers, Church grounds, etc with bags of grain?
Is there a rye-law against this?
Any pun Anyone?
A drone-based tribute to the the former Kingstown.
John Moore writes:
This week we turn 10 at Clickworks. We’ve grown from quiet beginnings to a full service strategy and design agency. We’ve also found our home in Dún Laoghaire, and wanted to share a view of our town as an unreal place to work. Enjoy.
A floating home from British company Eco Floating Homes
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company writes:
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company (DLHC) seeks ‘expressions of interest’ to bring floating homes to the harbour. DLHC have designated an area on the West side of the harbour where it is planned to bring a cluster of affordable homes to a very unique marine setting.
The innovative idea is reflective of many other cluster homes on the continent and in North America. The designated area on the west of Dun Laoghaire Harbour overlooks the beautiful Marina, the West Pier and has views of Dublin Bay.
The designated area is adjacent to Dun Laoghaire Town with its wide range of amenities including restaurants, shopping centres and schools. The harbour is also located on the DART line and has other excellent transport links.
DLHC Commercial Executive, Carolyn Hanaphy said today: “this is an exciting and innovative project which will deliver c.50 homes in a beautiful marine environment”.
In Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin?
Tim Cole writes:
The Wing It team want to give the people of Dun Laoghaire a taster of what is coming very soon to the Pavilion in Dun Laoghaire!
Pop by and get some FREE wings, burgers and fries!
Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin
Former Stena Line HSS terminal… Where once there was the fastest ferry on the Irish Sea, now there is just a frame and a crane. This is progress.
A View from the Hall.
A tribute to the area formerly known as Kingstown.
Patrick Murphy writes:
About a month ago I left London due to really unfortunate circumstances that were well out of my control. Without getting into too much detail I had to pack up and go home. I wasn’t sure how I felt about the whole thing until the day I came back. I walked around my hometown of Dún Laoghaire [Co Dublin] for a day. I
talked to my friends and family about London and was reminded of how much I loved Dún Laoghaire and the people in it. It made me feel so much better about coming home and gave me a new purpose and drive I haven’t felt in a long while.
‘A view from the Hall’ is a love letter to the place and people who have made me who I am. Ó Chuan go Sliabh.
Niall Cremen tweetz:
Distressing and ugly signs appearing around Dún Laoghaire this morning.