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DIRECTIONS TO FLEADH!!!!

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Venue: St . Pauls Secondary school , Limekiln Lane, Greenhills, Walkinstown. (next to primary school).

 

Reaching us by bus:

There are two regular bus services from the City Centre – the 15A (beside Trinity College) and the No. 9(O’Connell St. near the Savoy or in Dame St. opposite the Central Bank). Take any of these buses to the terminus and there is an entrance nearby to the rear of the school.

Reaching us by car: By the M50

Leave the M50 at Junction 11 and take exit signposted City Centre, Templeogue. At next roundabout (Spawell) take first exit, signposted Crumlin H.  Follow signs for Crumlin H through two roundabouts – at the second roundabout take first exit signposted Walkinstown. Continue on, passing through a set of pedestrian lights until you come to traffic lights and an Esso garage.  At these lights turn left into Limekiln Lane (L8292) and continue past the church to the school.

At Walkinstown Roundabout take the exit for St. Peter’s Road (signposted Templeogue R112). Continue through one set of traffic lights and one set of pedestrian lights.  At the next traffic lights located at the Esso Garage turn right into Limekiln Lane (L8292) and continue past the church to the school.

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Tráth na gCeist – Table Quiz

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Great news to all you table quiz lovers.  Our table quiz is now taking place on Tuesday 12th at 7.30 and the feis is nowhere  on Thursday 14th also starting at 7.30.  It is also time to register for next year.  As always spaces are limited so please register as soon as possible.

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Fleadh Átha Cliath May 9th and 10th

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The Dublin Fleadh is taking place in St. Pauls Secondary School, Limekiln Lane, Greenhills, Dublin 12.

The groups are at the following times on May 9th

Under 12 – 10.45 am

Under 15 –  2pm

Under 18 – 3pm

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Tráth na gCeist cancelled

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The table quiz planned for next Thursday has been cancelled.  Instead we will be practising for the final of the Scoraíocht competition on that evening.  Apologies to all of you who have been brushing up on your capital cities and ministers names for the big night.