The Halloween costume of one-legged US Paralympic skier Josh Sundquist.
Stephen Hanlon tweetz:
I see Dublin Fire brigade were kept busy last night…
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) October 31, 2018
The diet of a hedgehog has given it the reputation of being the gardener’s friend. Hedgehogs root through hedges and other undergrowth in search of insects, worms, centipedes, snails, mice and frogs.
They like to make nests with dead leaves and branches, therefore, the pile that makes up a bonfire seems to them a nice place to sleep. So before you light the fire, check for hedgehogs. If you find one, simply release it under a hedge or bush.
If checking is too much bother, at least light the fire from one side only and keep people away from the unlit side so any hedgehogs can hopefully escape.
Pic: Hedgehog Street
Thanks to the children from Holy Family SNS Rivervalley for joining us at the #Halloween safety launch. We were joined by @LordMayorDublin, @dublinbusnews and the @DublinSPCA to highlight the dangers of the Halloween season. pic.twitter.com/IttaPOpOLE
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) October 22, 2018
Townsend Street, Dublin 1.
The launch of Dublin Fire Brigade’s Halloween Fire Safety Campaign in Dublin Fire Brigade HQ involving a disfigured clown mannequin and some intensely loud banger and firework action.
Top, from left: Nial Ring, Lord Mayor of Dublin, Amy Bayley and Hugo Mc Glynn – 6th class students from Holy Family School in Swords – and Fireman Tom Keegan.
Apparently, this is what they look like.
(Thanks Biddy Bitcoin)
Danger Byrne tweetz:
If you go down to the Áras today you’re in for a big surprise…. Spotted in Eurosport on George’s Street.