Trim Councillor and General Election 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.”

“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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Have you also been affected by the school bus crisis this year?

Denying children places on school buses makes absolutely no sense.

In many cases it forces parents to change work schedules so they can now drive their child to school which costs families more money, as well as adding to traffic congestion and increasing safety issues around school gates.

What is more, we are at a time when we should be promoting public transport to help tackle climate change and yet dozens of parents in the Trim and South Meath area alone have now been told that their child has no longer a place on the local school bus, despite having already paid for their concessionary ticket and in many cases having previously taken the school bus the year previous.

The FG government needs to wake-up and not be so short-sighted on this and recognise that investing in school bus transport to ensure there is a bus place for all, is good for families, good for a child’s independence and good for the environment.

#SchoolBus #environment
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Have you also been affected by the school bus crisis this year?Denying children places on school buses makes absolutely no sense.In many cases it forces parents to change work schedules so they can now drive their child to school which costs families more money, as well as adding to traffic congestion and increasing safety issues around school gates.What is more, we are at a time when we should be promoting public transport to help tackle climate change and yet dozens of parents in the Trim and South Meath area alone have now been told that their child has no longer a place on the local school bus, despite having already paid for their concessionary ticket and in many cases having previously taken the school bus the year previous.The FG government needs to wake-up and not be so short-sighted on this and recognise that investing in school bus transport to ensure there is a bus place for all, is good for families, good for a child’s independence and good for the environment.#SchoolBus #environment

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Update from the last week as I continued meeting community groups; dealing with reps; & put final touches to the environmental, sustainable & community tent that is a new addition to this year's Salmon of Knowledge festival that I've been helping to co-curate this year. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Cllr. Ronan Moore

Fundraising event for one of Trim's exciting summer festivals. ... See MoreSee Less

Fundraising event for one of Trims exciting summer festivals.

As nervous as any sideline manager I hope all Leaving Cert students are happy with their grades this morning. I hope that, whatever H's turn up on their results slip, they see it as one more step on this adventure that we call life.

Well done, good luck & look after each other.

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As nervous as any sideline manager I hope all Leaving Cert students are happy with their grades this morning. I hope that, whatever Hs turn up on their results slip, they see it as one more step on this adventure that we call life.Well done, good luck & look after each other.#leavingcert #youth

5 days ago

Cllr. Ronan Moore

With it being International Youth Day today it's inspiring to see young people work with their teachers and management to take measurable steps in the fight against climate change. ... See MoreSee Less

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#LE19 - We’re so very proud of every one of our 58 candidates and their teams who campaigned their hearts out up & down the country.

Some candidates came very close to taking seats & that in itself is a fabulous outcome given that so many were running for the 1st time. #SocDems

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