AUCTION This auction will be an online timed sale conducted by Whyte’sfor no fee. You can bid online from 10 am on Monday 5th October at bid.whytes.ie. From 6 pm on Monday 12th October each lot will be sold to the highest bidder at one minute intervals.
VIEWING NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM Haigh Terrace, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, A96 C8X7 Friday 9th to Monday 12th October 11am to 5pm www.mariner.ie Enquiries: (01) 214 3964 COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS WILL BE IN PLACE
BIDS You can bid online from 10 am on Monday 5th October at bid.whytes.ie . You can also leave absentee bids at Whyte’s, 38 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, or by email to email@example.com and we will enter them for you online. ABSENTEE BIDS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 3 PM ON MONDAY 12th OCTOBER. Bids can also be taken at the viewing.
COLLECTION OF PURCHASED WORK Purchases can be collected at the National Maritime Museum Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th October 11 am to 5 pm or later by arrangement (see enquiries).
Twice a year we publish 2,500 copies of our newsletter. These are distributed throughout Sandycove and Glasthule by our team of over 60 volunteers.
In light of social distancing recommendations and coccooning, and to ease the burden on our distributors, the committee decided that we would produce an online only version of the newsletter ie we would not get it printed. You can see this here: https://issuu.com/liammadden7/docs/sgranewsletter0520_a.
After the newsletter was finished the committee decided to print a small batch of newsletters. You can pick up your free copy from Eamonn’s Bookshop in Sandycove.
The May newsletter usually contains the membership application form which traditionally would be brought with payment to our AGM. This process has now been brought online. You can now pay your membership subscription through the following link:
The following are some contacts that might prove useful.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
The Council have setup a multi agency #COVID19 Community Response Forum with a dedicated phone line at 01 271 3199 where teams are available to the at risk elderly, vulnerable & isolated, particularly those in need of receiving essential services.
Phone line will be open from 9am Monday 30 March.
St Vincent de Paul
If you need help or advice in any way – or would like us to visit you – perhaps you might be lonely – then
please contact us in strict confidence by
e-mail (anytime) firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 087 2552589 between 9-5 Monday to Friday www.svp.ie
ALONE have launched a COVID-19 support line for older people Working in collaboration with the Department of Health and the HSE.
Call 0818 222 024 if you have concerns about your own wellbeing, or the wellbeing of an older person you know. www.alone.ie
Whatever you’re going through, you can call any time, from any phone for FREE.
Call 116 123
Talk to a therapist any time, day or night. If you need someone to talk to, whatever you’re going through, you can call anytime for FREE on 1800 247 247. www.pieta.ie
Dún Laoghaire Garda
An Garda Síochána are offering assistance to the older and/or vulnerable persons in our local community at this time.
01 666 5000
Imogen Stuart is one of Ireland’s most respected artists. Her impressive body of work can be found in churches, universities, parks and civic settings throughout the country. She has lived in Sandycove and worked in the same studio for sixty years. Still working at the age of 92, Imogen has designed a stone sculpture for Otranto Park in Sandycove.
The piece will measure some twelve feet in height and weigh more than three tonnes. Triangular in cross section the sculpture curves and tapers as it rises, with figurative carving on the two sides looking out to sea, while on the third face, inscribed in both Irish and English, will be an ancient Irish text carved in raised lettering.
As part of the fundraising activity, there will be an auction of 47 lots from 37 different artists including eleven drawings by Imogen. Ian Whyte, the highly regarded art auctioneer, has kindly offered to conduct the auction, which will be held on 30th March 2020 in the National Maritime Museum, in Dún Laoghaire.