Derek Kelly, Dublin City Council; Daire Enright, Failte Ireland; Barry Rodgers, Waterways Ireland; Catherine McGovern, Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane; Aileesh Carew, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum; Edel Currie, Dublin Port; Mary O’Sullivan, iHubbs; Luke Smith, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Outside EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum.
Dublin City Council and business owners launched a marketing campaign to inform residents and visitors that Dublin Docklands has open for business.
Where’s yer masks?
Dublin City Council writes:
Dublin City Council has begun rolling out an uplifting new lamp post banner campaign called ‘Words for our Time’ to welcome people back to the city.
From today, a series of colourful banners will be displayed across the city featuring quotes from some of the great writers of the past whose words still have resonance in 2020.
Some of the writers quoted include W.B. Yeats, Lady Gregory, Bram Stoker, and Jonathan Swift.
As restrictions ease, the feel-good banners are designed to make people smile, and encourage the continuation of the great community spirit seen all over the city during the Covid-19 crisis.
The new campaign will feature on lamp post banners, bus shelters, and digipanels.
At this stage, if you told me Dublin City Council want to build a rollercoaster linking Grafton street to Henry street, I’d believe you. https://t.co/6IOTHEkDbI
— Áine McMahon (@AineMcMahon) July 9, 2020
The Office of Public Works (OPW) today announces the re-opening of the perimeter gates to the Phoenix Park, with the exception of Knockmaroon Gate, with affect from Friday 10th July 2020. Further details https://t.co/LBKoWrwB5F pic.twitter.com/5zQ8abWrGe
— OPW – Office of Public Works #StayLocal (@opwireland) July 9, 2020