Bray People

Open­mic Tributes­for thede­ceased Re­cy­cling cen­tre

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El Troubadour­s open mic night is now on­line.

There will be live mu­sic, chat, ceoil agus craic live on Face­book on Wednesday and Sun­day nights from 8.30 p.m.

The event usu­ally takes place in per­son in Jim Doyle’s, hosted by Tom Dal­ton.

The artists will be on Zoom and the whole event goes out on Tom Dal­ton on Face­book and Celtic Grace Ire­land on In­sta­gram.

This news­pa­per of­fers trib­ute pieces to be­reaved fam­ily mem­bers within the lo­cal com­mu­nity who have re­cently suf­fered the loss of a loved one.

The ser­vice is avail­able free of charge, and will be com­pleted in a man­ner that is sen­si­tive to your own personal wishes and re­quests.

Please con­tact the jour­nal­ist whose details are listed above if this is some­thing that in­ter­ests you or is some­thing you would like to do to hon­our the mem­ory of your loved one who has re­cently passed away.

Dis­abil­ity ac­tion­group

A com­mu­nity group of peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties in the north Wicklow area is look­ing for more lo­cal peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties to join.

The group is called Dis­abil­ity Ac­tion To­gether Group (DATG) North Wicklow.

DATG pro­vides a space for peo­ple with a dis­abil­ity to net­work and have a strong voice in ad­vo­cat­ing for change on is­sues that af­fect them.

To get in­volved, email lau­raenglish@dis­abil­ity-fed­er­a­

Bray re­cy­cling cen­tre is open with re­vised open­ing hours.

The hours are Mon­day to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1.45 p.m.

Peo­ple are asked to min­imise their vis­its to the cen­tre by wait­ing un­til they have a larger vol­ume of waste, rather than fre­quent vis­its with small amounts of waste.

Com­press­ing the waste will help en­sure no ex­tra stor­age is re­quired.

Peo­ple are asked not to ap­proach staff, and to put ma­te­ri­als into the bins them­selves. Staff will not be able to as­sist with car­ry­ing ma­te­ri­als and will not take ma­te­ri­als di­rectly from mem­bers of the public. Public en­try may be stopped for a few min­utes through­out the day for clean­ing.

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