Unspecified location, Dublin.
The launch of ‘Rufus the Handwashing Hero’ – with Mason (left) and Noa Belle (right) – on ‘hand’ to help “children under five learn all about handwashing and help tackle the spread of harmful bacteria.”
Zara Brownless writes:
Rufus the Handwashing Hero” is the star of a new free educational resource pack featuring a storybook, sink poster and sticker set. Developed by safefood with the support of Early Childhood Ireland, the pack has been arriving in more than 3,500 childcare providers since last week….
*turns tap, rolls sleeves*
Pics: Marc O’Sullivan
Sandycove Beach earlier this week
Earlier this week Dún Laoighaire-Rathdown County Council issued a swimming ban at Seapoint, Sandycove and Forty Foot beaches following an overflow from wastewater treatment plants in in Dublin Bay.
Dublin City Council issued a similar swimming ban for Dollymount Strand following an overflow from the treatment plant in Ringsend.
Further to this..
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council tweetz:
Beaches update! Testing results show Seapoint & Forty Foot bathing areas safe for swimming.
Sandycove Beach sample showed elevated levels of e.coli /enterocci & will remain closed pending additional results due Friday
Fresh water test results are also expected to be returned for Dollymount today.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday:
Previously: Meanwhile In Sandycove
A dalek fashioned from E. Coli in a petri dish by Tumblr Whovian Ash.