Bray People - - COMMUNITY NEWS -


Queen of Peace Ad­ven­ture Youth Club has more ac­tiv­i­ties planned this sum­mer than pre­vi­ously. This has been pos­si­ble due to the ex­tra amount of par­ents get­ting in­volved in as­sist­ing the lead­ers. The re­sults are good for the mem­bers, good for the par­ents, and a re­duc­tion of pres­sure for the lead­ers. Win­ners around.


With the thou­sands of vis­i­tors ex­pected in Bray for the Air Show it is a pity that there is so much graf­fiti to be seen. Lo­cals may have just enough time to re­move or paint over the of­fend­ing items. Graf­fiti does need to be re­moved im­me­di­ately af­ter it ap­pears, and per­pe­tra­tors do need to be dealt with.


Bray Divers con­grat­u­lates trainees Dave McKeon who has com­pleted all the re­quired 15 me­tre scuba dives and he is now start­ing the 20 me­tre ones. Well done to Michelle O’Hare, who has fin­ished the nec­es­sary snorkels be­fore be­gin­ning the aqualung dives. Oisin Brady has achieved 10 snorkels al­ready this sea­son, and he ex­pects that when he is two years older he will become a scuba diver.


Bray Head gives hun­dreds of peo­ple each week op­por­tu­nity to see the beau­ti­ful sur­round­ing scenery. Some peo­ple leave lit­ter be­hind them. A re­cent group at the top picked up a lot of the lit­ter, and they rec­om­mend that if ev­ery­one does the same the area could become lit­ter­free.

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