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Everyone can and should become familiar with the first aid techniqueThis week is European Restart a Heart Week - an initiative aimed at creating awareness of the importance of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

UCD 5000 Steps PosterChanging the conversation about mental health and wellbeing, one step at a time. Mental Health Ireland is hosting our 5,000 Steps to Wellbeing Walk on Sunday 14th October at 2pm in the leafy surrounds of University College Dublin (UCD), Belfeild, Dublin 4. 

Dont Leaf It To OthersDonnybrook Tidy Towns in association Dublin City Council are promoting a leaf cleanup initiative "Don’t Leaf It To Others".

Make Way DayA national Make Way Day will raise awareness of the need to consider how our everyday actions impact the lives of people with disabilities. It will send a strong message that we don't want our villages, towns and cities to be obstacles courses for family, friends and neighbours with disabilities, we want them to be warm, welcoming and inclusive. 
Because every day should be a Make Way Day.  Sign the petition

Welcome to donnybrookWell the adjudication season is now over and what a way to finish for Donnybrook, by increasing our score by '13' points the biggest yet, bringing our new total to 276 points. The last 3 years have seen us increase our score by an impressive 33 points and well on our way to achieving our goal of Towards 290/2019 plan.

Donnybrook Tidy Towns AwardsDonnybrook TidyTowns scoops top awards at the Dublin City Wide Neighbourhood awards 2017 in Croke Park on Thursday 24th September 2017,.

There is a bike for life course starting in Terenure on Thursday 31st August at 7pm. The course is for novice cyclists and all participants will receive free entry to the Great Dublin Bike Ride. If you could advertise that would be great. Anyone interested needs to register.

walkandtalkheader'Let’s Walk & Talk' is a fun programme of city walking activities suitable for young and old which runs throughout the year.

waste bottlesZero Waste Ireland and VOICE have launched a campaign on Uplift to petition the Minister for Climate Action and the Environment to Introduce a Deposit-Refund System for drinks containers in Ireland.