General News

Public Participation Network – Dublin City

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
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Happy New Year to All SAMRA Members!

Wishing all of our members a health, happy and prosperous year in 2019. Looking forward to seeing you at our AGM on Monday 14th of January, 7.30pm at the Sandymount Hotel. This is an opportunity to hear about the work we did on your behalf…
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AGE Friendly Cities – SE Area Alliance

This is a DCC run initiative which is part of an Irish country wide plan. An initiative with objectives of facilitating and enabling full integration of the public, across the later age spectrum, into the Community, across a wide range of projects, activities, community assets…
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Good News for 2019

Coming in 2019, following finding approval  and a grant by the Tidy Towns. An upgrade of the playground.  See the presentation here Part 8 Report Sean Moore Park Playground Presentation  
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Wish you all a Merry Christmas from SAMRA

Wishing all our SAMRA website readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in 2019.
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2018 AGM Invitation Flyer

See attached, 2018 AGM Flyer. The AGM will take place on 14th of January 2019, in the Sandymount Hotel at 7.30 pm. All Welcome. We welcome your support. Membership slip on the bottom of the flyer or join here on the website. 2018 AGM INVITATION
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Wind Noise from Pylons in Sandymount

On the 5th of May 2017, communication was made with Dublin City Council in relation to a very load banging noise that was bothering residents in the Sandymount Area. Here is a copy of that communication. SAMRA Emails Re Fwd_ Loud intermittent banging noise coming from…
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Noise Levels from Pylons at Strand and Newbridge Avenue

Here is a recording of noise levels at Strand, Newbridge Avenue.
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