Local Election Candidate for Kimmage-Rathmines

Tara has lived and worked in Dublin since 2005, initially as a Community Development Worker for Ballyfermot Partnership which supports the local community to tackle social exclusion and poverty caused by unemployment, and other social factors.

She currently works for the Clondalkin Drug and Alcohol Task Force, which aims to significantly reduce the harm caused to individuals and society by the misuse of drugs.

She is a huge supporter of Community Arts and has been involved with MaSamba, a community based Brazilian samba band for ten years.

Tara has a degree in Public and Social Policy from NUI Galway and a Master’s degree in Community Development.

Originally from County Mayo, Tara lives in Kimmage with her five-year-old son.

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“I am passionate about equality and sustainability. I have a keen interest in affordable quality childcare, accessible education and building strong communities using the principles of community development.”

“I am passionate about equality and sustainability. I have a keen interest in affordable quality childcare, accessible education and building strong communities using the principles of community development.”

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4 days ago

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We Love GMOs and Vaccines
Laura passed away today. This is her message.
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5 days ago

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>>>NEWS : INVALID APPLICATION BY TSS <<<<<<<<<

NEWS UPDATE : Today we learned that as of 20th March ( yesterday ) the most recent planning application for development on Dolphin Park has been declared invalid on a technical point. We expect an amended application will be lodged to Dublin City Council in the coming days.

A NEW planning reference number and a NEW deadline for planning objections / observations will be issued by DCC in due course.

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In the meanwhile, THANK YOU to everyone who attended the Public Meeting last night. There were many valuable contributions made and input from a broad range of people: the vast majority sharing their affection for #DolphinPark as a place to play and learn and thrive.

There was a real sense of camaraderie among those who would like to see Dolphin Park retained in full for the good of the community. We have been inundated with requests for information and messages of support. Thank you for this.

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PLEASE BE READY to make your valid planning objection or observation very soon. Find out about making a submission at www.lovedolphinpark.ie

FOLLOW @lovedolphinpark on twitter and facebook for latest news on the #DolphinPark development.

#LoveDolphinPark
#SaveOurGreenSpace
#GreenNotGrey
#NOWHERETOPLAY

CONTACT [email protected] for more information.

Many Thanks!
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I am launching my local election campaign for #Limerick City East in the Kilmurry Arts & Heritage Centre this Friday at 7 pm!
We'll be announcing speakers in the FB event, so keep an eye out!
All are welcome & I really appreciate your support! Thank you! https://t.co/rUf8pQXfU1

First conference on female suicide to be held in 2020 in the UK. It's a topic that's overlooked. Date and location TBC.

Please get in touch with your interest whether in speaking, attending or possible partnerships. 🙏

#SuicideAwareness #SuicidePrevention #WomensHealth

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