Tai Chi 10.00-11.00 Scoil Rince Fingal 18.00-.20.00. All Welcome Contact Rush Community Centre for more information on 01 8439349
Best wishes to all our students heading back to St Joseph’s Secondary School today. check out St Joseph’s new website:http://www.stjosephsrush.ie/
A fun 80’s party in the GAA club, to raise funds for the new playground. Tickets can be bought individually or in tables of 8 or 10 and it is open to everyone. There will be finger food and a great 80’s rock band called Delorean!
Don’t forget to collect your FREE copy of this year’s Rush Harbour Festival for details of where and when this year’s fun and exciting events are taking place. You can collect your brochure at the festival location.
Latest Bathing Water Report – Fingal Co. Co.
Dear All, Over 1000 people marched last Saturday 25th July in our seaside town of Rush Co Dublin to protest against the raw sewerage being pumped in the sea at our Harbour and beaches by Fingal Co Co and Irish Water. The beaches are all closed and the town is in up roar. We need action to
A further meeting of the ‘Rush Clean our Beaches’ group will take place on the 21st July at 8pm in The Community Centre for all those who wish to attend.
Meeting of Rush Community Council and Fingal Co Council 13/7/2015 Questions & Answers The overall design of the Rush Waste Water plan has been changed from outset. The proposed pipe servicing the area to rear of Hayestown and the Kenure area has been eliminated. How is this area being serviced? The North Beach Pump station has been designed to
Rush Wastewater Collection Network Background At present 75% of wastewater generated in Rush discharges untreated into the Irish Sea. Despite the population growth over the last twenty years the wastewater network has remained largely the same. The Rush Wastewater Collection Network scheme aims to cease the discharge of sewage into the Irish Sea by reversing all flows within
St Catherine’s Primary School in Rush was recently awarded its fifth Creative Schools Award. This prestigious award was presented in the Ark, Children’s Cultural Centre, and the local school is the first school in Ireland to receive this award five times. Pupils, Sanne and Zoe, Regina Dunne and Darren Fitzpatrick went to collect the award on behalf of the school.