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 LIOTTER
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.