Ladybirds (or ladybugs if you prefer) tend to be more prominent after a spell of hot weather like we have just had, and we have noticed that we are fortunate enough to have some in our garden.
Over the course of nine days, from 19th – 27th May 2018, over 50 FREE, family-friendly events will be taking place all over Ireland celebrating our diverse species and habitats.
Wanna help Ireland achieve it's recycling targets ? It starts in the community with ourselves. To help you along DonnybrookTidyTowns are hosting a 1 hour workshop in 'The Hive' Herbert Park Thursday May 3rd 7pm. All Welcome.
An invasive plant is an introduced species ( not native to a specific location) that has the ability to thrive and spread aggressively causing damage to the environment, human economy and/or human health. A naturally aggressive plant may be especially invasive when it is introduced to a new habitat.
First clean up of the year is next Saturday 24th February, meeting outside Ashton's Pub at 10 am to clean until 12 Noon.
All volunteers will split into groups to clean Dodder banks at Clonskeagh/Milltown.
Equipment provided, volunteers needed!
See https://www.dodderaction.org/ for more details.
Men on the Move... Free Fitness Activity Programme For Men
A FREE physical activity programme for MEN ONLY will begin on
Thursday 22nd February
from 7 - 8pm
The Evergreen Centre
(Terenure Road North, rear of car park)
Recycled materials such as paper and cardboard, metals and plastic can be sold on the global market but the prices and demand for these materials constantly change. To get the best value for our materials, they need to be cleaned and sorted.
This week is European Restart a Heart Week - an initiative aimed at creating awareness of the importance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
Changing the conversation about mental health and wellbeing, one step at a time. Mental Health Ireland is hosting our 5,000 Steps to Wellbeing Walk on Sunday 14th October at 2pm in the leafy surrounds of University College Dublin (UCD), Belfeild, Dublin 4.
A national Make Way Day will raise awareness of the need to consider how our everyday actions impact the lives of people with disabilities. It will send a strong message that we don't want our villages, towns and cities to be obstacles courses for family, friends and neighbours with disabilities, we want them to be warm, welcoming and inclusive.
Because every day should be a Make Way Day. Sign the petition