Here is the 3rd Letter SAMRA have now submitted to DCC in relation to Sandymount and any proposals for traffic changes. You can read below. Sandymount Road Changes - Strand Road - Samra Letter No 3 01-09-2020
To mark Heritage Week 2020, a virtual presentation entitled “St John’s Sandymount: our educational and cultural heritage” will be available from 15th August on the church’s website www.sandymount.dublin.anglican.org Further details are available in the attached notice: Flyer - Virtual Heritage Week 2020 at St John's…
The SAMRA Committee would like to wish all our members and residents a very Happy and Healthy Easter. We hope this video from Fran O'Connor, who runs a popular site which gathers old photos, will brighten your day! Click Here for Sandymount Old Photos
A joint meeting took place between SAMRA (Sandymount and Merrion Residents Associations) and STTCA (Sandymount Tidy Towns Community Association on the 19th of February 2020. Here is a link to the minutes of that very productive meeting. Joint SAMRA & STTCA Meeting Minutes 19 Feb…
Thank you to all our members who attended our 2019 AGM on Monday. It was a very well attended AGM with lively discussion, sharing of ideas and visions for the future of our community. SAMRA - 2019 AGM - PRESENTATION. If you would like to…
What can SAMRA do for Resident of Sandymount and Merrion?
Passionate about your Home and Environment?
"It is clear to see the pictures of our beautiful environment - but readers need to know that this is genuinely under threat. Not by malice or intent BUT by the cumulative effect and unintended consequences of our local planning processes.
Dublin Bay is a unique environment, on the doorstep of Ireland’s capital city and MUST be protected from these threats for our future generations.
SAMRA Committee members express their deep and genuine concern and are URGENTLY looking for your support"
To enable us to protect and preserve Sandymount Environs, Heritage for ourselves and our children. Since 1962 SAMRA has been working on the residents behalf. It is the longest established residents association in Dublin. You will join the voice of the locals and residents who support the AIMS of SAMRA and the KEY TOPICs which are being worked via your SAMRA Committee. You will help give the Residents a voice, empowering and leveraging collective representation. Your contribution will make a key difference !
Please join to help support the work SAMRA does in challenging developments that threaten Dublin Bay, the Strand or local amenities.
We invite you to familiarise yourself with the KEY TOPICS. If you have SKILLS or KNOWLEDGE which would assist - we would be delighted to have you contribute, in whatever capacity you're are able to provide.