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Summer heat and smiling faces at last! Having been through the most frightening, boring, and completely frustrating eighteen months of all our lives it is wonderful to feel the summer heat, with ice cream and smiling faces at last. Up to now our editorials have predominatly warned of the dangers of letting down our guard and rightly so. However, while all the advice is still very necessary, lets enjoy what is left of our summer for what it is, long days of sunshine and our happy and healthy families. It was wonderful to see everyone enjoying the recent spell of sunshine and the doom and gloom of Covid banished from their thoughts if only for a short time. Summer may be here but even though it seems we may be able to mix more and enjoy it, we still have to be very careful . We must continue to practise constant handwashing, using the hand sanitiser, wearing masks in public, and social distancing in order to keep ourselves and others safe. We must also protect our mental and physical health as well and let the sunshine into our lives once again. This should also mean supporting those who have supported us over the past 15 months. This means appreciating our wonderful health care workers whether they are Doctors, Nurses or Health Service Ancillary staff, they have all played and are playing their part in keeping us safe and healthy. It also means shopping locally supporting our local businesses and securing local employment. We at Local magazines really value the essence of community, we are a community based magazine and love promoting local community based sporting and voluntary organisations. We value the loyalty of you, our readership, our contributors and our advertisers. We hope you have a healthy and happy August with your smile, and the smiles of your family and friends brightening your days. Oh and don’t forget enjoy the ice cream and shop locally. The Locals Team

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Balbriggan/North Co Dublin Guide Dogs Updates and News

Nessa and Padraic from Skerries with newly qualified Ambassador Dogs ‘Maisie’ and ‘Casper’ lying down and Nick Palmer’s Ambassador Dogs ‘Riley’ and ‘Ellie’ standing.



We are delighted to hear that Puppy in Training ‘Yarrow’ is doing very well on his Advanced Training as an Assistance Dog. His trainer expects he will be matched shortly to begin training with one of the parents of the child he will be assisting late August or early September. A week later ‘Yarrow’ will go to his new home where his trainer will assist the family in adapting to life with ‘Yarrow’. Good boy ‘Yarrow’. ‘Zabbie’ is a canine blood donor. Sometimes dogs need a blood transfusion, same as humans. To become a canine blood donor a dog must be in general good health, have up to date vaccinations, be aged between 1 and 9 years old and weigh between sixteen to twenty-seven kilos or more, without being overweight. ‘Zabbie’, puppy raised by volunteer Anne Mulligan, is also part of the breeding programme. She became a canine blood donor for Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital in Cork, the official veterinary surgery for Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind. Well done, ‘Zabbie’.Congratulations to our two new Ambassador Dogs, ‘Maisie’ and ‘Casper’, from Skerries who qualified recently. Owners Nessa and Padraic will bring them to local fundraising events to meet you, so please keep an eye out for them. They will wear an Irish Guide Dogs Ambassador Dog jacket or a reflective lead sleeve so you can easily identify them. ‘Adel’, puppy in training, is 6 months old now. She continues to grow in confidence every day. Good girl ‘Adel’. Following on from the success of our Tap to Donate machine in Specsavers, Millfield Shopping Centre, Balbriggan, and with assistance from Brian Brodigan, Manager, we are delighted that Specsavers are rolling out our Tap to Donate machines in their branches both in Dublin and nationwide. This is wonderful news as Specsavers have 22 branches in Dublin and over 50 nationwide. On 10th July Specsavers in Ashbourne and Navan launched their machines. Now there are more Specsavers locations where you can Tap to Donate €3. Contact us by phone/text: 085 7663107. Email Or on our Facebook page at Balbriggan.Branch.of.Guide.Dogs

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New Considerations of Familiar Settings - Open Evening

Liliane Puthod, Niamh O’Malley, Barbara Knezevic, Niamh McCann, Eithne Jordan and Louise Meade and other Guests

Caroline Cowley, Public Arts Co-ordinator, Fingal, Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Seána Ó Rodaigh, Cathal Dowd Smith, Collections Curator, Newbridge House.

Mayor of Fingal Councillor Seána Ó Rodaigh joined Fingal arts office at Newbridge House for a special evening to celebrate new contemporary arts programme Guest New Considerations of Familiar Settings curated by Marysia Wieckiewicz-Carroll.The programme invites contemporary curators to engage with the historic collections at the house as cared for by collections curator Cathal Dowd Smith.The curator of the first Guest exhibition Marysia WieckiewiczCarroll spoke of her inspiration to join women of the past to the present having been inspired by the interiors biggest influence Lady Betty Cobbe. Lady Cobbe, in her role as the woman of the house in the 18th Century, concentrated on collecting and commissioning mainly Irish 6


Marysia Wieckiewicz Carroll , Cathal Dowd Smith, Collections Curator, Newbridge House, Caroline Cowley, Public Arts Co-ordinator, Fingal, Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Seána Ó Rodaigh, and Arts Council’s Advisor to the Arts Council – Eamonn Maxwell.

artisans and makers while the tastes of the time were largely international.The exhibition New Considerations of Familiar Settings features 11 women & gender minority artists whose work is located throughout the house all telling deeply personal stories about place,memory,myth, monument and materiality. Eamonn Maxwell collections advisor to the Arts Council spoke at the event on the importance of supporting artist through collections and reminded us that as the old & new choices are juxtaposed by the Guest programme - All Art was once Contemporary. Mayor of Fingal Councillor Seána Ó Rodaigh said “I commend the Guest programme which has the potential to animate the collections for our generation through the introduction of

contemporary artists and Historic houses such as Newbridge provide a wonderful setting and visitor experience and are a valuable asset to the county.” Guests on the special event evening included artists Barbara,Niamh O’Malley, Niamh McCann, Eithne Jordan, Liliane Puthod, Louise Meade all welcomed the opportunity to meet again in person and see their work situated in this beautiful and historic location.The public art co-ordinator with Fingal County Council’s Arts office Caroline Cowley reiterated to the attendees that the exhibition can be visited as part of the tours of Newbridge House and will continue daily until the 19th of September and will open to the public again free of charge for Culture Night 2021 Contact us:


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St. Mary's Secondary School, Baldoyle Yearbook

The Front Cover of the Yearbook

By John Moore, Deputy Principal Our Sixth Years had been great during the Covid lock downs in both 5th Year and 6th Year To mark how well they did, we did a special Yearbook for them which we distributed only

The back cover of the Yearbook

last week. We produced it late so that we could include their very special End of Year Graduation Ceremony. With the help of the Senior Prefects and a collosal amount of work, we managed to produce a top class year yearbook which of course, they thoroughly deserved. Attached is the actual

yearbook, back page with all their names which as lists form some shapes – not all can see and the cover includes Vodafone -We are absolutely delighted to be Vodafone’s WiFi Centre of Excellence Pilot School for the rollout of their smart connect programme for the coming years.

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“The Cove” at Maydenhayes Are you looking for more space for your family to live in? Would a top floor working space in your home make your life more productive?Would you love a better quality of life, living 5minutes from beautiful Mornington Bay Beach and its beautiful environs?If this has tweaked your interest, then prepare to be wowed by an exquisite new house in Maydenhayes Cove, Mornington, County Meath, a private enclave of 6 gorgeous new family homes at a very affordable/reasonable price. These new large 5-bedroom detached houses are laid out over 3 levels, maximising space for comfortable living; with a bespoke comfortable airy space at the top-floor level presenting the opportunity for a fantastic space to work from home. Other features in these spacious A-rated homes include five comfortably sized bedrooms and family bathroom, generous ensuites, walk in wardrobes, an unusually spacious landing at first floor level, underfloor heating and high-quality sanitary fittings. On approach to the house, the stained glass in the front door sets the tone for a chique new house that manages to combine the cosy feeling of home with being comfortable, modern and on trend. The front door opens into a charming and stylish entrance hallway filled with a happy and homely personality that permeates the whole house. The hall leads into a wonderful airy, spacious, and light-filled living/dining/ kitchen area featuring high ceilings at this level. Patio doors lead out into a generous garden with its favourable south westerly aspect to the rear. The house also comprises a good-sized boot/laundry room kitted out with plenty of storage for buckets and spades… and also features a smart guest cloakroom.A visit to the show house is strongly recommended if only to see how efficient living and working in a spacious, tranquil and beautiful setting could be. The Maydenhayes Cove show house is on view each Saturday and Sunday between 2pm and 4pm and on Wednesdays and Thursdays between 12pm and 4pm, or by private appointment – prospective purchasers can feel free to call to make an appointment and/or to get help with any questions. Enquiries to: Pivotal Construction Limited (01) 4732473 Knight Frank New Homes (01) 6342466 or Sherry Properties (041) 9841149

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Council needs to procure new operator for Malahide and Newbridge attractions

Malahide Castle and Newbridge House and Farm in Donabate are two of the attractions Fingal County Council is now seeking a new operator for.

Fingal County Council will immediately begin the process of procuring a new operator for its successful attractions at Malahide Castle, Newbridge House and the Casino Model Railway Museum following the decision of Shannon Heritage to withdraw from their contract. The Council was disappointed to learn of Shannon Heritage’s decision and will continue to work with them as we move into a six-month transitionary period.The properties in Malahide and Donabate, which include Malahide Castle, the Butterfly House, Newbridge House and Farm and the Casino Model Railway Museum, are open to the public and continue to attract large numbers of visitors. 12


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Momentum 2021: A Community Arts Festival

The Green Belt Arts team

Momentum 2021 is a one-off, outdoor, community arts and heritage festival in the two towns of Rush and Lusk over one wonderful August weekend: Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th. At the heart of the festival is a series of outdoor dramatic performances, written and performed by local writers on The Green Belt Arts Project, which was set up by theatre artist Declan Gorman in August 2020, as part of Fingal County Council’s “Infrastructure II” Public Art: Co-Productions programme. The Green Belt involved 14 people meeting at weekly Zoom workshops, exploring the heritage of the area, and experimenting with creative writing and drama online, all during the various Lockdowns. Highlights of the festival include the Green Belt trilogy “Home, Land and Sea” which takes place at sites from Kenure Demesne to Drumanagh promontory; guided “walkabouts” in both towns, Contact

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where audiences will meet characters from past and present Fingal; an exhibition of photos and videos of Lusk in times gone by; a play to be staged on a football pitch featuring the story of the great Rush sporting hero, Con Martin; an Early Years Arts enclosure in Lusk, hosted by Acting Up; as well as workshops for older children. In the evenings, there will be informal music and chat in the local outdoor dining and hospitality settings.Most of the events are free or for very modest ticket costs and most are family friendly. Booking will be essential as numbers will be restricted in line with Covid best practice standards. But there will be something for everyone.Momentum 2021 is a voluntary initiative intended to support, entertain and engage the communities of Lusk and Rush with marvellous small-scale but big-vision arts activity, as we get familiar with our streets and our

neighbours old and new after a year of seclusion and difficult challenges. It is a celebration of the complex heritage of this unique region of North County Dublin. Momentum 2021 is supported by Fingal County Council under the Infrastructure 2 Co-Productions and Creative Fingal programmes and is undertaken in partnership with a range of community and voluntary groups in Lusk and Rush, Co. Dublin, including Rush Dramatic Society; Lusk Heritage Group; Power Drama School; Acting Up Early Years Arts and Declan Gorman Arts & Events. We are grateful to Lusk Athletic Club, Lusk Action Group, Rush Tourism and many volunteer individuals for support as the big weekend approaches! For further updates please follow us on Facebook: Momentum2021fingal/Facebook Or email Declan on MALAHIDE LOCAL-AUGUST 2021


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Malahide Sea Scouts -Well done Néala to Zulu Troop Ventures

Rockabill, off Skerries

Howth Harbour

Lighthouse Challenge

Kish, Dublin Bay

Bailey, Howth Head

Bravo Zulu to Néala Troop Ventures Kate, Niamh and Laura for being the very first crew to complete our Lighthouse Challenge! Clocking nearly 100 nautical miles the girls charted and 14


Poolbeg, Dublin Port

sailed to each of our local lighthouses (Rockabill, Lambay, Howth, Bailey, Poolbeg, Kish) working together as a team, planning their expedition, managing their boat and navigating our coastal

waters to complete a safe and successful passage. A fantastic display of teamwork and seamanship under various conditions. Well done girls.

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The weighing scales is ruining your progress by Ciaran Russell The weighing scales can be a source of a lot of different emotions for people but that doesn’t have to be the case. The purpose of a scales is to measure the weight that is placed and that’s it. It won’t tell you if you have lost body fat, or tell you you have drop a clothes size or even that you can play with your kids without getting out of breath. When looking to lose weight the main aim for using a weighing scales is to track progress over a long period of time. If there has been a change in weight in a short period of time this is unlikely to be a loss of body fat. Weight fluctuations can occur for many reasons. These include; increased salt intake, stress, lack of sleep, water retention, hydration levels and food volume.Giving power to the weighing scales can determine how you feel your progress has gone for any given week. It’s important to have a check in with yourself if you find that your mood changes after checking your weight. You can check in by asking yourself some questions like; how do you feel, how has your sleep been, have you laughed this week, did you hit your daily goals; calorie targets, step count, and protein target. If the number on the scales causes some unwanted distress consider using a different method of tracking your weight loss journey. Other ways to monitor progress can be taking before and after photos, how you feel, energy levels, clothes fitting better, improved fitness or getting stronger, if resistance training. The main thing to know is fat loss and weight loss are not the same thing. If a consistent calorie deficit is in place fat loss will occur but in this period of time body’s eight can fluctuate due to various reasons.If this is something that you are struggling with and would some extra support you can contact me by emailing or find me on Instagram @ciaranrussell_coach.






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Niamh’s Mouthwatering Beef and Black Bean Sauce Serves 1

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50g sliced onions 200g sliced beef 120 chopped mixed peppers 1 cup of whole grain rice 40g sliced mushrooms 40g black bean sauce

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200g black beans 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 2 shallots 2 cloves garlic 5cm fresh root ginger 1 tablespoon chilli pepper flakes 1 & 1/2 teaspoons cornflour dissolved in 1 tablespoon water


Method to make sauce: 1.Mix the beans, shallots, chilli pepper flakes and rice wine vinegar together. Mash the beans well. Set aside. 2. Sauté the garlic and ginger in a small amount of oil on a pan until soft and flavours infuse. Add the mixture from the previous step. 3.Bring the mixture to the boil then simmer for 10-15minutes. To thicken the sauce, stir in the cornflour mixture. Simmer until thickened.

To cook the rice: Bring 1.5 cups of water to boil before adding a cup of rice and let it simmer before all the water has dissolved. Then it is ready to serve.

To cook the rest of the ingredients: 1.Add 1 tablespoon rapeseed oil into a nonstick pan (preferably). Gently cook stripped beef just to brown it then remove from pan. 2.Add vegetables to pan and lightly cook before adding black bean sauce and beef then cook till sauce begins to bubble and meat is cooked thoroughly. 3.Serve with cooked rice. For nutrition and healthy eating talks or workshops in preschools, primary or secondary schools, workplaces or community groups please email:niamh@biabites. netSee my ‘Fun food’ and ‘Recipes’ albums on ‘Biabites’Facebook for other food ideas. Niamh Arthurs, Public Health and Clinical Nutritionist Contact us:

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Malahide Cricket Club – A welcoming environment

Malahide Cricket Club is a historic club situated in the seaside town of Malahide, right on the idyllic grounds of Malahide Castle. Formed in 1861, the club now boasts 2 playing pitches, one of which serves as the International ground for our national team Cricket Ireland, a comfortable and cosy clubhouse and bar open 7 days a week which is available for event hire.This family and friendly oriented club has teams suitable for all ages, with 5 men’s teams playing in Division 2 through to Division 13, 2 women’s teams who play in Division 1 and 2, 8 boy’s teams from Under 11 to Under 17, 4 girls teams from Under 11 to Under 17 and a Taverners/ Social team. We also run an Easter Camp and two Summer Camps for girls and boys aged between 6 – 13


years of age. Details for these can be found on our website. The ground hosts club games, inter-provincial games and various international fixtures drawing large crowds and social activities, the largest being in 2013 when approximately 10,000 people were in attendance for the Ireland vs England one day international.Malahide Cricket Club is a welcoming environment open to new memberships all year round (including family and overseas memberships). We are easy to find, just a stone’s throw away from Malahide Train Station and Village, easily accessible by Dublin Bus, and only 10 minutes away from Dublin Airport. You can contact us by phone on 087-4190148 or email us at



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