There is a growing, and very welcome, trend of providers of health-related services coming together as a forum and acting together. Operating in this way is far more cohesive and effective than acting alone as individual service providers.
Public spirited action is alive and well in Crumlin.
What an incredible idea that has been put into action by Dublin City Council’s local office in Crumlin, in collaboration with the Community Centre for Music and the Arts (CCMA) based behind St. Agnes’ Primary School.
2015 was a very special year for the Primary Colours Art Group because they celebrated their 20th Anniversary, and I was happy to be the invited guest to open the 2015 exhibition just as I have done for the past 20 years.
They say “paper never refuses ink” and “good news doesn’t sell papers”. All the same, sometimes one would get exasperated listening to radio news broadcasts and newspapers portraying young people as causing all sorts of horrors and devastation. I have a huge problem with the constant negative portrayal of young people.