Bray People - 25 Mar 2020

Table of content - Bray People (25 Mar 2020)

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COVID-19 CRISIS:
STARTING THIS WEEK:
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW:
Celebrating 12 of the best lighthouses in Ireland
Green area at Deer Park damaged
Olga wins boxing bout
Five Loaves forced to cut centre numbers
Sugarloaf Crescent residents plant trees
Sadlier’s book is discussed
Clothes swap is a big hit with locals
20 new jobs created in Rathnew
GAAlegendhonoured
Don’sheartfelt appealafterhis shockcollapse
Braymanleadingthecharge tofindvaccineforCovid-19
Parks and nature reserves remain open for the time being
Council working to curb coronavirus challenges
Bank of Ireland temporarily closes three Wicklow branches
AB Print giving out Covid-19 forms
Wicklow SPCA closes doors but it’s business as usual for charity
Credit Union hours
A WHEELCHAIR USER WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, WAS HAPPY TO BRING THE SHUTTERS DOWN AND ‘COCOON’ ONCE THE THREAT OF COVID-19 BECAME A REALITY IN OUR LIVES
‘I don’t feel like a prisoner in my own home... I’m playing my part in society’
Play bridge online while all local clubs are closed
No need for medical reports for elderly
Solace found in Toronto church during Covid-19
Nell Healy Awards postponed until later date
Tennis club will review its policy
Keep walk for elderly in mornings
East Coast FM Coffee Morning cancelled until the autumn
Proactive approach may help fear levels
Tourism group coins WicklowAwaits hashtag
Wicklow Rose selection to take place this July
Organisers forced to postpone Walk the Line
Riverwalk Easter Fun Run cancelled
Recycling centres
Alzheimer Café meet-up
Bray CFR volunteers
Purple House support team for Covid-19
Open mic night
Gaelic for women
Darkness into Light
Classical music club
Mini marathon
Farm market at Killruddery
New leaders sought
Disability action group
Bray Junior Parkrun
Aware support group
Camera club meetings
Bridge club postponed
Adult learning
GROW support group
Post office hours
Bingo for St Fergal’s
Story time at the library
‘Reduce social media’ advises psychologist
Man in China says social distancing is key
Equine charity makes an appeal
Cliff Walk is closed for safety
GREYSTONES & DISTRICT COMMUNITY NOTICEBOARD
Hothouse Flowers to play at Whale Theatre
Thepublichavethe powertohelpsave otherpeople’slives
Claire Byrne has tested positive for coronavirus
Massive response to appeal for help from Meals on Wheels
Welcomesurgeinvolunteers
‘WE’REINTHEFIGHTOF OURLIVES’SAYSDONAL
Carnew Emmets issue social distancing appeal
Further shops shut doors in Bridgewater
Car parks closed after weekend of total chaos
A message from Archbishop Michael Jackson
Coughing to scare people is illegal
Wheels to keep on turning
Routine is vital for exam students studying from home
It’s tempting to imagine you’re falling behind – but there’s no need at all for panic
Winning formula for the sciences
All the practice adds up
Mapping out clearly what needs to be done for your Geography exam
Derek says farewell to the motoring business
Avoca launches delivery service
Qsafefounded duetoneedfor floormarkings
77 jobs created by LEO-backed businesses in Wicklow in 2019
Trainingworkshop tofocusoneffective humanresources
WILDLIFE ON THE RIVER
Dublin Trio set to play the Hot Spot
Svetlana Rudenko and the Belenus Quartet
EDWARD ENTERTAINS
County Wicklow weather for the week ahead
Edward Hayden Profile
Outlook
Children wear costumes to mark World Book Day
Poet Tich Ennis shares his insights on life and poetry
Poet Tich Ennis shares his insights on life and poetry
Audience flock to ‘The Big Gig’
PLAYING BYTHE RULES
Major award for Sam
Clubs call on public to stay away during emergency
Relive that magical day for Baltinglass
Blessington GAA says farewell to a true gent
Don Jackman comes home from hospital
Blast from the past
A sad farewell
Hard work goes on says Breda
Staying grounded up in Annacurra!
Beautiful Blainroe!
Féile 2020 cancelled
Happy to be alive
Hurling in Wembley
Trip to London were ‘huge’ for the game in Wicklow
A WONDERFUL TEAM
GRASSROOTS
CLUB CALL
The greatest day in Wicklow GAA’s history
The greatest day in Wicklow GAA’s history
Fantastic Fionnuala
McGlone stands out as seriously bright prospect
Wonderful season for multi-talented Daniel
Just reward for lifetime of work
No stopping mighty Mick
Knight seizes the day with Leinster M65 title
Úna enjoys super year
Incredible season for talented James Foot
Flying Francois enjoyed a wonderful season
Stunning year for Catherine
The unstoppable trio
McNally claims national silver in hectic season
Gordon is a class act
Ronan set for bright future
ABSENCE MAKES THE HEART GROW FONDER
ONtheFAIRWAYS
Daffodilsgetthe chop
Dumpinginvacant homes
Seekingreturnof Seattleshillelagh
God’sgraffitireplyto thenon-believers
€67,000spenton floodrelief
‘Dogownersshould havetheirownpark’
Farm inspections suspended for now
New guidance issued for visitors walking in the Wicklow Uplands
ST PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATIONS AROUND THE COUNTY
An ancient light guiding vessels safely to shore
An ancient light guiding vessels safely to shore
Community spirit will determine our fate
We owe it to those on the frontline to do our bit and obey the lockdown rules
Stark warnings from frontline workers scream out to be heard
Making small talk in the teeth of pressing current events can be really hard work
The frustrating and funny sides of water
A poem by Alec Byrne
SOME FAMILY TIME!
SAYING HELLO!
Race night for IMNDA postponed
AWAY WITHWORDS!
PAYING AWELCOME VISIT
Kilmac History Society
Kilmacanogue Diary Notes
Plucks Golf Society 2020
Bray
Shankill
Enniskerry
Roundwood
LaraghGlendalough
Newtownmountkennedy
Glenealy
Tough times, but some day we will look back on this and laugh
RETIREMENT PARTY
Bach remedies for coronavirus anxiety
Urgent vet care for pets will always be available
Ospreys on the move for their summer feeding
Colouring In
Spot the Difference
Junior Crossword
Wordsearch
Children’s Funtime
Dot-to-Dot
Fill-in
Mirror Image
Mini Sudoku
Horoscopes
Sudoku
Easy Crossword
Solution to last week’s sudokus:
Pub Quiz
Clockword
SOLUTIONS TO LAST WEEK’S EASY CROSSWORD:
SOLUTIONS TO LAST WEEK’S CLOCKWORD:
Pike sparks but never catches fire in Marie Curie biopic
Fabulous game with a dizzying depth of content
THIS WEEK IN 1977
BLAINROE BLUES
Take a trip back in time to An Tochar’s magical 1995
Huge relief as popular Don returns home from hospital

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