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Well done to St Nicholas GAA club on winning the Feile two years in a row. Great excitement in Dunlavin this evening to welcome the team home 🏆
Congratulations to Dunlavins John O'Reilly who received a "100 Times Donor Award" from the Irish Blood Transfusion Service recently. An amazing achievement!
Dunlavin is the place to be this weekend for the 35th Dunlavin Festival of Arts. Come and join in the fun. Lots of events organised, kids workshops, farmers market, new emerging artists and the professional gallery in the Market House. arts and craft displays all over town. Plenty in store to suit everyone's tastes.
Attention all community groups - Information evenings announced for Leader project EOIs. Closest one is in the Hollywood centre on June 28th at 7.30pm.
Dunlavin Residents Association
Best of luck to our committee member 'Jammie Travers' and also Myles Carroll who are both in the all Ireland Handball finals today🏅🏅🏅👍👍⚾⚾🎽 Come on lads......
The Impact of dog fouling on children (Toxicaris). Dog dirt is a health hazard and someday your child might be affected by someone else’s failure to ‘do the right thing’. OWNERS PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR DOG! Toxocara Canis is the roundworm that can be found in the faeces of infected puppies or adult dogs. There are health impacts associated with dog fouling which are communicable to humans from animals. Young children are the group most susceptible as their immune systems are underdeveloped and risks of contamination are higher when children play outdoors in neighbourhoods where dog owners do not responsibly look after dog waste. In cases, the roundworm larvae can infect organs such as the liver, lungs, eyes or brain and cause severe symptoms, such as: fatigue, loss of appetite or weight loss, skin rashes, breathing difficulties, seizures, eye soreness etc...