Bray People - 29 Jul 2020

Table of content - Bray People (29 Jul 2020)

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WANDERERS SUMMER CAMP
CUL CAMP IN NEWTOWN
BRAY PRIMARY CARE CENTRE DUE TO OPEN IN SEPTEMBER
MERMAID’S NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
Farrankelly residents fear children’s lives put at risk by ramp at estate
No access to Lo ugh Dan
Advance noticeis neededfor council
Primary care centre due to open this September
Adult disablility services need to resume as soon as possible
Surveyon one-way systemin Delgany
Bid to extend nursing home is turned down
Services needed in Fassaroe before 1,100 houses are built
Tidy Towns volunteers to tackle weeds
County development plan ‘will be vital for our future’
Mermaid gets new artistic director
Sailing club gets back out on the water
Horticultural society cancels popular dahlia show
Disappointment as attempt to extend maternity leave fails
Horror as racist and homophobic graffiti is sprayed around Bray
Sadness at the death of Roundwood’s Walter (52)
Wildlife installation by local sculptor is damaged
850 new homes added to county’s housing stock
Forestry and woodland awards are now open for local entries
How to talk with your child about going back
Clarity for schools is urgently needed – Whitmore
Fears for children’s safety over ungated ramp in Farrankelly
Child rapist ‘in danger’ if identity is revealed
Kilmacanogue residents celebrate as engineers going back to drawing board
Round Ireland cancelled
OUT AND ABOUT IN BRAY
Recycling centre
TENNIS VIBES!
Signal open exhibition
Coronavirus stories
Booksale
Bray Area Partnership
Purple House
Portraits of grandparents
Tributes for the deceased
Disability action group
Gaelic for women
El Troubadors
Enniskerry Library
Story time at thelibrary
Bridge club postponed
Mountain rescue team up with Helly Hansen
Grants awarded to those combating digital poverty
Quilt marquee to take place online
Workshop outlining our coastal wildlife
Suspended sentence
GAME, SET, MATCH!
Storytimeat thelibrary
Coronavirus stories
Soccercamps
Tributesfor deceased
Libraryopen
Delgany heritage
Kingof Greystones
LaTouche Legacy
Country market
Language groups
Greystones Cancer
Exercisefor theover-50s
Podcasts
Dementia support
Horticultural society
Alzheimer Café
Golfclassic
Activeretired activities
BRAY WANDERERS SUMMER CAMP
Frontline workers receive extra PPE
Renewing a learner permit
BUYING GOODS ONLINE
40 per cent of septic tanks failed inspection
ARKLOWANDSOUTHWICKLOW HOMECAREMARKS30THBIRTHDAY
INSIDEBUSINESS
LearningaboutRevenueobligations
Course will help uncover if there is a market out there
NEWTOWNMOUNTKENNEDY GAA CÚL CAMP
NEWTOWNMOUNTKENNEDY GAA CÚL CAMP
BACK TO SCHOOL
BACK TO SCHOOL
WHITMORE TAKES ON NEW ROLE
Commercial rates waiver for Covid-19
LEGO-BUILDING CONTEST OPENS
Medieval Bray Project in new book
Online animation summer camp
ENJOYING THE RESTART OF THE GAA SEASON ACROSS THE COUNTY
DUDES!
Pat’s look to be certs to retain the Miley
St Peter’s prove too good for Ashford
Let the battle begin
RESULTS AND FIXTURES
Off to a super start
Progress made on return to rugby
Ellen’s name shines
Momentum builds
A blistering start
Peach from Pauric
REDDEN’S RIPPER
‘These lads are favourites for the championship’
Keddy delivers with late winner for Kilcoole men
Gutsy show by An Tochar
Closing in
GRASSROOTS
Baltinglass do enough to better Blessington
Saucy stuff as Hynes’ men beat Rathnew
Ashford impress with win over Valleymount
Dogged Barndarrig topple St Patrick’s
Kiltegan get Byrne-d by classy Conor
Super second half sees Pat’s sail on
COISTE NA NÓG FIXTURES
Lynch saves the day as Pat’s defeat St Kevin’s
Hogans hold off Gaels side
A DOMINANT START
Deadly Deering delivers
‘Dee’ drives Pat’s to victory in belter against Bray
Dorgan too hot to handle for the Rocks
Super Saints march on
Avonmore lose ground after being held by Carnew
Ashford in seventh heaven
RESULTS AND FIXTURES
Brave Town beaten
Arklow girls cruise to Division 1 league crown
ONtheFAIRWAYS
‘You just have to try and hit the ground running’
CLUB CALL
Sinking feeling as season fizzles out
Newtown seeks out its ancient heritage
Newtown seeks out its ancient heritage
£30m road project will be a big boost
Childless couples are being pen al is ed
Worries in Tina he ly
Arsenic found in water supply at Brittas Bay
Completed one house in six months
Chipper van explosion
Monday busiest day for farm accidents
Rates of Bovine TB are still increasing
Four succesful lapwing broods this year
Threshold
Unemployed shamed into taking staycations
The Government’s mixed up message on virus cannot be allowed continue
Any other business – meeting the criteria of the recreational agenda
Irish spud up there with the very best
EDWARD ENTERTAINS
County Wexford weather for the week ahead
Edward Hayden Profile
BIRTHDAY GIRL
BRENDAN RETIRES
PARTY TIME IN PLUCKS
Best wishes Brendan
Attempted robbery
Farmers market continues
Mass/Caretaker position
GAA action
Diary notes
Soccer news
Clean up
BRAY
SHANKILL
ENNISKERRY
LARAGHGLENDALOUGH
AROUND THE DISTRICTS
MOTORINGEXTRA The most powerful MINI ever
Johnny and Amber need to take some lessons in Irish stoicism
Why it is so important to Show Up
Time for a cuppa? Try Roobois tea for a change
Colouring In
Spot the Difference
Junior Crossword
SOLUTIONS:
Wordsearch
: TRUE OR FALSE
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:
SOLUTIONS TO LAST WEEK’S PUB QUIZ:
An independent analysis of dog and cat food
Mining bees are important pollinators
Top films to watch on TV this week
The Marvin Gaye song that launched two careers
THIS WEEK IN 1983

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