Our Residents Meeting will take place on Monday May 29th at 8pm in St Joseph’s Pastoral Centre. As usual this will be an opportunity to meet your fellow residents and hear about and make your views known on issues impacting the area.
There will be a presentation by An Garda local Crime Prevention Officer.
We expect to be joined by several of our elected representatives.
AUCTION This auction will be an online timed sale conducted by Whyte’sfor no fee. You can bid online from 10 am on Tuesday 20th October at bid.whytes.ie. From 6 pm on Monday 27th October each lot will be sold to the highest bidder at one minute intervals.
NOTE: There is NO buyer’s commission so bid generously for this worthwhile project. 100% of the prices realised goes towards the creation and erection of the sculpture.
BIDS You can bid online from 10 am on Tuesday 20th October at bid.whytes.ie . You can also leave absentee bids at Whyte’s, 38 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be entered for you online. ABSENTEE BIDS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 3 PM ON TUESDAY 27th OCTOBER. For more information on timed online auctions see: www.whytes.ie/how-to-buy/
COLLECTION OF PURCHASED WORK Purchases can be collected at the Pastoral Centre, St Joseph’s Church, Summerhill Road, Glasthule, A96 W6D6 Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th October 11 am to 5 pm or later by arrangement (see enquiries). Due to COVID-19 restrictions, it is essential to phone ENQUIRIES in advance of collection.
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:
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