Roisin Ni Cheallaigh very kindly shared her wonderful and informative presentation with us at our last committee meeting on the 21st of October 2019. She gave us permission to share her presentation with you all here. SAMRA Ectocarpus 21.10.19 v4
An opportunity has emerged for all interested SAMRA members (Big and Small / Young and Old !) to take part in the 2019 Coast Watch survey which runs from 15th September to 15th October. This requires a simple survey along 500 metres of coastline -…
SAMRA - Councillors Sep 2019 - FINAL Follow Up ACTIONS PACK SAMRA have now agreed to meet with the local Councillors periodically going forward to discuss SAMRA's priorities for the local community. They welcome our organised approach and our prioritisation of local issues.
SEA GRASS - here is an overview provided by a local resident who attended a local site lecture on the Sandymount Strand : Our sea-grass bed at Merrion/Sandymount Strand. Any September or October watch out for the stretch of sea beside the houses near Merrion…
In response to recent press coverage about proposals to build on Sandymount Strand, Lorna Kelly from SAMRA explained in an interview to Newstalk why this would be a bad idea. Click here to listen to the Interview on Newstalk
Planning updates – SAMRA acting on your behalf! In line with our aim to protect and improve the environs of Sandymount Strand, Sandymount Village and Dublin Bay, we’ve summarised below two recent projects where SAMRA has been successfully active on behalf of our membership…
"SAMRA Family Fun Day - has been re-scheduled to Sunday 7th July, following postponement from 23rd due to very wet weather. We hope this new date will go off as planned but please monitor the website when any changes will be signalled on Saturday 6th…
We recently posted our first newsletter at Easter. If you would like to receive this, you can do so by joining SAMRA. Click on this link to sign up. If you would like us to forward you a copy of the newsletter before joining, email…
An independent network that provides a voice for all community, voluntary, environmental and social inclusion groups throughout the city. The focus of the PPN is to empower and assist groups in local decision making. Supported by SAMRA Joan McArthur and Lorna Kelly
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.