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The Library Culturally curious‌ Home to a collection of the most unusual assortment of books, The Library at the Castle is an inviting and relaxed room located just next to The Billiards Room. Often used as a breakout room from The Billiards Room or as a pre dinner drinks location, this convivial room can be set for a meeting in its own right for up to 25 guests.

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Eva Farkasova Untitled 1 120x280x210mm

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The sculptural forms are inspired by shapes from the natural world and are hand-built in black clay and terracotta clay with hand-sanded finish. These objects have a visual harmony and tactile seduction.

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Myriad Dance

to introduce and encourage the use of dance and movement as a form of exercise and activity

If you are looking for a school tour that is accessible in both price and location – offering excellent educational benefits while not compromising on fun and diversity of activity, come to North Wicklow for a day and pick from the range of options available which are specifically tailored for children from 6 to 12 years. Cool Culture for Kids North Wicklow is a collaboration between some of the cultural organisations in North Wicklow towards the promotion of access to culture for children and young people of school going age within County Wicklow and beyond. While these organisations cater for children and young people all year round, this programme is specifically created to facilitate schools access during the months of May and June. There are several options for you to chose from with this programme including activities with a focus on arts, science and marine life, heritage and sports.

The participating organisations are: Mermaid Arts Centre Main Street Bray County Wicklow Sealife Marine Science Centre Bray County Wicklow Shoreline Leisure Centres at Greystones Pool & Community Centre and Charlesland Outdoor Recreation Facility Killruddery House & Gardens Southern Cross Road Bray County Wicklow During late May and June, each of these centres will provide accessible opportunities for schools to have a cultural adventure as part of a day trip package to North Wicklow. A full outline of each of the activities and organisations is contained within this pack. The value of this initiative is that all the venues are

3 COMMISSIONS 3 ARTISTS 3 LOCATIONS close by and you can choose the activities that best

suit your group’s size and age. Packed lunches can be

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eaten at any of the organisations between activities.

In 2011 Wicklow County Arts Office and Wicklow Local Sports Partnership developed a new dance initiative called You Can Dance. The idea behind this initiative was to introduce and encourage the use of dance and movement as a form of exercise and activity for young people particularly those who may not be engaged in sporting activities. In 2011 the workshops in schools in the North Wicklow area were facilitated by dancer Niamh Condron of This Torsion Dance. 2012 brought professional dance company Cois Céim to schools in Bray and Greystones delivering dance workshops for both students and teachers, while Dance Theatre of Ireland worked with community youth groups in Bray and Kilcoole. You Can Dance awarded Bursary Awards in 2012 for young emerging dancers from the county to encourage the on-going development of dance as an art form and career choice. This year again Wicklow County Arts Office and Wicklow Local Sports Partnership will focus on developing dance and movement as a form of fun exercise and the programme will be delivered in schools in the Arklow area by Myriad Dance Company. Professional tutors will work with groups in four secondary schools over a period of three weeks and on the fourth week all groups will participate in a sharing of their work. Myriad will also travel to primary schools in the area to deliver dance performances and dance/movement awareness sessions. Another interesting aspect of this Festival is to bring dance into the public arena so on Saturday 5th October the dance company will perform a live Flashmob to thrill onlookers, followed by an impromptu chance for the general public to get involved with learning the material and the steps. So come along to the Bridgewater Centre from 3.00pm to view, participate and have some dance fun.

What is Cool Culture for Kids and how can it benefit my school or group?

In association with the organisations above

For example take in children’s theatre in the morning at

Mermaid Arts Centre, have a quick lunch and then onto an

exploration of marine life in Sealife. Or head to Greystones Pool & Leisure Centre for a fun aqua hour and then onto Killruddery House & Gardens for an indoor or outdoor adventure.

Lead Partners Wicklow County Arts Office and Wicklow Local Sports Partnership

There are endless combinations of activity to select, from film

in collaboration with the Mermaid Arts Centre, Shoreline Leisure Centres, Bray

to swimming all linking directly to the primary curriculum

Tourism, Killruddery House and Gardens and SEA LIFE Bray.

but in a fun accessible format. Book now so as not to be disappointed!!!!!!!!

All events offered subject to availability and booking with individual organisations.

For initial reservation, contact the organisation you are

cancelled due to unforseen circumstances

Wicklow County Council carries no responsibility in the event that activities are

interested in attending at the details listed. To make a formal

booking, please return the enclosed form and full fees at least

Refunds required for any reason other than cancellation by any agencies offering

one month in advance to guarantee the preliminary reservation.

activities shall be negotiated individually where booked. This is subject to the discretion of the Director of the respective organisations (i.e. Director Mermaid

This initiative is being led by Wicklow County Arts Office and

Arts Centre, Director Sealife, CEO Shoreline Leisure Services Ltd and Manager

Wicklow Local Sports Partnership. All venues are fully accessible.

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book your primary school tour in the garden county today!


The Bridgewater Centre Arklow

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Acknowledgements

Particular thanks goes to the following:

Wicklow County Arts Office wishes to thank the partner organisations for contributing to the success of this countywide programme.

Anne Barry – Musical Director Bridget Kenny – Choral Tutor and Piano Amy Ryan – Choral Tutor Leslie Dowdall – Choral Tutor Jenny Sherwin – Arts Officer Wicklow County Council Ann Catherine Nolan – Co-ordinator Des Reynolds – Percussion Tommy Donoghue – Bass Brenda Delaney – Wicklow County VEC County Wicklow Network for Older People Nora Hickey – Director Mermaid Arts Centre Wicklow Rural Transport Deryn O’Callaghan – Artistic Director Courthouse Arts Centre Baltinglass Parish Centre Pauline Fahy – Brockagh Resource Centre Shoreline Leisure Centre Greystones Jackie Carroll and Wicklow Community Centre Lord and Lady Meath – Killruddery House Ronan McDonnell – Programme Design

On behalf of the partner organisations we also acknowledge each of the singers in the choir. They have given their time, energy and creativity to the project making it a rich and rewarding experience both for us and for them for the third year.

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A Grim Undertaking Brian McElroy and Dublin’s new one-stop-death-shop I’m the first new undertaker to open in Dublin in 40 years. I started working part time for another company when I was 14. I was embalming bodies when I was 15. Some people say it was a misspent youth. To me, it was that or nothing. I really enjoyed the work. Most people are drawn to it, I’d say, out of a morbid fascination. I was just into the big cars, the limousines. In the early days, that’s what I was doing, looking after the cars, making sure they were polished and clean. From there, I followed the natural progression through the various aspects of the trade. I adapted to them all. Not everyone’s cup of tea involves having to embalm someone. I’ve embalmed many thousands of people at this stage. The business is two years old. It’s made a phenomenal start. I’ve worked with thousands of families from all over Dublin. I had a running start. I built this business over the years and I didn’t realize it. There’s five funeral directors in this immediate area [Dublin 12] so people are coming here because of word of mouth. Every death is a tragedy, no matter who they were or what they did. Obviously it’s harder with someone that’s young or someone that you know. It can be hard to deal with. But you have to look at it professionally and be that one step removed from it. In the end of the day, they were a person. They still are a person. I’ve never dealt with someone as just ‘the remains’. It’s Darren, it’s David’s, it’s Paul, it’s Alison, it’s Mary. It’s never the remains. The funeral is that last chance a family gets to say goodbye. A lot of people would have been more practical saying, ‘my father said a cardboard box or black sack would do him.’ But the family have a different opinion about that. It was their father or mother. Nowadays what more and more people are doing is pre-arranging and pre-paying for their funerals. They’re getting the funeral director’s fees at today’s prices. It gives them the peace of mind. It’s something that’s going to happen to us all. We’re the first phone call for an expected death. People are looking primarily for guidance, especially with the time scale.

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They’d also be looking for you to arrange absolutely everything from death notices to the cemetery to the church offerings to flowers and music to the after-funeral reception at a local pub or sports club. Basically, it’s for us to do everything.

Words Donny Mahoney Photo Richard Gilligan

The trade secrets are passed from generation to generation, though the internet means there aren’t any more secrets. Some people hold their mouths a certain way or some people do their hair in a certain way and it’s just about getting these little touches. It’s the little things that make a funeral memorable. People don’t really say to themselves, I want the funeral to be memorable, but you don’t want a bad memory of it. There’s a stigma attached to undertakers. The word undertaker has a morbid association. I prefer funeral director because you’re organizing something. Things are moving on. There are female funeral directors now and obviously women have a soft touch with people, and everything in this trade is how you get on with people. Embalming is something that we’d strongly recommend because if someone dies suddenly there may be discoloration. This gives them the natural look and stops any unpleasantness from taking place during the funeral process. It depends on whether there’s an autopsy but the embalming usually lasts an hour to an hour and a half. A formaldyhyde fluid is injected through an artery and any bad fluids are drained out. Then the body would be dressed in whatever the family want them dressed in, be it a shirt and tie or tracksuit, and then put into the coffin. I’ve seen it all, every aspect about death, from babies and children to people past 100. I’m kind of bullet proof when come to showing emotion with these things. I haven’t thought much about my own funeral, but I suppose I’ll have to be there. I remember hearing about Bernard Manning dying. He was asked ‘Do you want to be buried or cremated?’. He said, ‘Surprise me.’

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Print The Mongrel Guide To FREEDOM HATERS “The enemies of freedom are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.”

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (IRAN)

It’s now three years since US President George W. Bush uttered those immortal words. Since then, Saddam Hussein

Ahmadinejad is A-List, baby. If he

But America armed Saddam Hussein in

has taken a long walk off a short gallows, Abu Musab al-

wasn’t before his visit to New York last

a brutal war of aggression against Iran in

Zarqawi’s house has fallen down on him and Osama Bin

month, then he certainly is now. Robbie

the 1980s in which almost a million died.

Laden has become the world’s least likely Grecian 2000

Williams. Soccer. Irony. All can attest

So it’s a bit rich to start getting pissy

spokesman. So does that mean that liberty now marches

to what a tough nut the US market is

now about a few IEDs.

on into broad, sunlit uplands? Don’t believe it for a second.

to crack. But this fucker made it look

Meet the Class of ’07 - freedom’s newest, most ferocious

easy, strolling into town in a cheap suit,

Secondly, the Nuclear Non-Proliferation

foes. These guys hate freedom so badly they sometimes

and making a few cracks about there

Treaty does not forbid countries from

punch the wall for no good reason.

being no homosexuals in Iran. America

enriching uranium for peaceful purposes,

swooned. On the right, an outraged

and there is as yet no reliable evidence

Bill O’Reilly branded Ahmadinejad a

that Iran is building a nuclear bomb.

terrorist, and denounced Columbia

A degree of suspicion about Tehran’s

University for offering him a platform.

intentions in this regard is obviously

The left also reached for the most

wise, but, given what happened the

Hugo Chavez (VENEZUELA) When Portuguese police named Robert

He’s a maverick! So his regime is

offensive epithets in its lexicon, with

last time the US advocated pre-emptive

Murat as an official suspect in the

becoming increasingly authoritarian? The

celebrity blogger Alec Baldwin just one

action against a perceived threat, they

disappearance of Madeleine McCann

man does things his own way! Listen,

of many who compared the Iranian

would do well to be cautious.

last May, the British press reacted with

you could come home and find Hugo

president to George W. Bush.

thinly veiled glee. A good story requires

Chavez robbing your house, and you’d

a good villain. And Robert Murat was a

probably say “Look kids, that loveable

So is the former Mayor of Tehran just a

Ahmadinejad’s position in Iran is actually

tabloid dream come true. The guy was

crisp packet man is burgling our house!”

braggart flash-in-the-pan, or has he now

more akin to that of a Minister for

Nuclear capability

possibly the most easily demonised

and then ask him to pose for a picture.

emerged as a fully-fledged international

the Interior. Foreign policy, including

Maybe

person on the planet. He lived with his

He’s Mr Tayto!

supervillain?

control of the armed forces, is strictly

Standing army Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly,

parents, for starters. He had recently

545,000

the domain of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Oil reserves 132,500m barrels

lost custody of his own daughter, who

Snack-tastic doppelgangers aside,

Well, on the face of it, Ahmadinejad’s

And he’s on the record as favouring

vaguely resembled Madeleine McCann.

the depiction of Chavez as somehow

bad-guy credentials are pretty

a negotiated two-state solution to the

And this was the kicker - he had only

constituting a threat to the US or his

impressive. He’s the president of

Israeli-Palestinian issue. Indeed, in

Notoriety

one eye. The (wild, unfounded) headlines

neighbors is transparently bogus. If

a geopolitically important nation, a

2003, Iran offered to normalise relations

(Google hits relative to Paris Hilton)

almost wrote themselves.

America has lost influence in South

regional superpower, with vast oil

with the United States and negotiate

12.9%

America it only has itself to blame,

reserves and a declared antipathy to

a settlement on all outstanding issues,

Demonising Hugo Chavez, one the other

for the sheer contempt with which it

the West. And although Iran has not

including the Palestinian and nuclear

Key strength

hand, is a trickier business. Washington’s

has treated governments there. Most

attacked the West, two Iranian proxies,

ones. But George Bush, at the height

So hot right now

Standing army

reasons for wanting to paint the guy in a

specifically in this instance, there is the

Hizbullah and the Madhi Army, have

of his ‘Mission Accomplished’ hubris,

82,000

sinister light are obvious. He has tons of

failed 2002 coup against Chavez, which

waged successful campaigns against

not only rejected the overture, but

Key weakness Just not in Iran

oil. He’s mates with Castro. He’s called

almost certainly had US backing. Hugo

Western allies in Lebanon and southern

also censured the Swiss diplomat who

Nuclear capability

George Bush a donkey on more than one

Chavez is genuinely popular in Venezuela

Iraq respectively. Iran has recently

relayed it.

No

occasion. And his enormous popularity

(most put his approval rating at about

acquired the capacity to reprocess and

across South America threatens US

70%) and his social programs have

enrich uranium, and its president has

To conclude then, Ahmadinejad is

Oil reserves

hegemony in that region. But whatever

helped a lot of people there. Whether

publicly stated his intention to wipe

a complete asshole. But so is Bush.

75,300m barrels

way you spin the case against him, you

his largesse could survive a drop in oil

Israel off the map. (Whether that precise

Therefore, the Iranian situation is a

come up against one immutable fact.

prices is doubtful. But that’s Chavez’s

translation of his remarks is accurate

complex one in which there are no easy

Notoriety

Hugo Chavez looks exactly like Mr Tayto.

problem, not ours.

or not is moot, since he has never

answers blah blah blah... But if I could

(Google hits relative to Paris Hilton)

And its pretty hard to whip up hysteria

corrected it). The case for action against

offer one piece of advice to both sides

10.5%

against someone who looks exactly like

Iran, on that evidence, would appear to

it would be this: Just everybody be

Mr Tayto. The man makes too good a

be compelling.

cool, okay?

Key strength

crisp, quite frankly. There is, of course, a counterargument.

Vast oil reserves So Chavez holds his own television

Indeed this argument is so hackneyed

Key weakness

show each night on Venezuelan state

I feel like a drunken undergraduate at

Potato-like head

television? He’s larger than life! So

a shit house party even making it. But

he shuts down rival networks and

here goes. Yes, Iran has armed and

allegations persist of electoral fraud?

funded groups that are hostile to the US.

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