Candidate for Meath West
Having spent several years working with an Irish charity overseas, Ronan returned home to Meath and became an English and History secondary school teacher at St Patrick’s Classical School, Navan.
His focus as a teacher has always been on helping young-adults become the best they can be, and he also co-ordinates the cross-country and athletics teams at school.
Back living in Trim with his wife and two young children, Ronan has a BA from Galway and MSc in Sustainable Development in Dublin.
“I look forward to meeting people and discussing how social democratic policies will help them and their kids into the future.”
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Ronan Moore for Meath West shared Evie Nevin Social Democrat's post.
5 hours ago
With it being 100 years this week since the creation of Dáil Eireann I'm proud to be running for a party that is leading the way and far exceeding its gender quota with so many hard-working, committed and qualified female candidates going forward to represent their communities.
Representing all their communities.
We have female candidates neck-laced from Dublin to Galway, urban Limerick to west Cork, from Navan down to Macroom.
Here is just one, Evie Nevin in Clonakility/Skibbereen.
Evie Nevin Social Democrat
As a disability activist and a disabled woman, I understand the importance of having a Government that reflects and represents everybody in society. In addition to having Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, I am also deaf in one ear.
I am learning ISL through the Cork Deaf Association so that I can represent the almost 2,000 people in West Cork who are deaf or hard of hearing. It's still early days in my ISL education but I have totally fallen in love with the language.
Please excuse me if some of my hand movements are not perfect as it was Baltic outside and my joints seize up in cold weather. I hope by this time next year I will be in a position to effectively communicate with deaf/HoH constituents.
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21 hours ago
Butterstream Manor/Avondale/Eldergrove Previous Flooding Update -
Good news in that the OPW have now installed a grid to prevent plant debris, chickweed, etc. from entering the underground pipe and blocking under the Kildalkey Rd, which caused the previous year's flooding in parts of these three estates.
As per standard OPW practice this grid will be checked on a monthly basis (twice-monthly during periods of heavy rain) to clear any build-up on the grid itself.
Nice to see the positive pressure paying off with particular kudos to members of Butterstream Residents Association who kept in touch with the OPW as the grid was bring completed. ... See MoreSee Less
What did I do Saturday afternoon?
Meeting, listening, encouraging and being inspired by a fantastic swathe of people running for Social Democrats in the local elections May 2019.
Young and old. Male and female. From every economic and societal background.
#Together #Better #Fairer
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Some of The @SocDems Local Elections Candidates meeting today. Busy few months ahead. Join us. Get involved. #Socdems #le19