Anam Cara held its monthly Parent Evening on Monday 13th of June from 19:30 to 21:00 in Dominic’s Community Centre, 60 Avonbeg Gardens, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
Anam Cara will be taking a break over the Summer, the next parent evening will be on Monday 12th of September.
All Anam Cara Services are available free of charge to bereaved parents.
For further information please see our website at www.anamcara.ie,
email us at email@example.com or call 01 4045378
Anam Cara is an organisation that supports bereaved parents, Anam Cara support groups are situated throughout Ireland and provide parents a safe, comfortable environment where they have the opportunity to connect with other bereaved parents. Anam Cara is an inclusive organisation where parents do not identify themselves by their children’s age, how they died, or if their death was recent or many years ago. What Anam Cara provides is a safe place for bereaved parents to connect with others who understand the intensity of the grief and loss. Although Anam Cara does not offer counselling, each group has a lending library and information on the other services available to parents and families in the local community.
Anam Cara Parental and Sibling Bereavement Support
Cookstown Industrial Estate,
1916 Commemoration at the Rathcoole Court of Petty Sessions (Old Library) on Easter Monday, 28th March 2016.
Flag-raising ceremony on Proclamation Day, 15th March at St. Martin’s N.S. Brittas.
Rathcoole Community Council AGM
Rathcoole Community Centre
The Rathcoole Community Council held it’s 2016 AGM on Tuesday 15th March
Minutes of 2015 AGM
Approval of Accounts
Appointment of Auditor
Election of Committee
Parking / Traffic
Personal Security / Garda
Alternative 69 Bus Route
Four Districts Day Care Centre
Exercise of the Elderly
The October 2015 Edition of the Rathcoole Newsletter is currently being delivered to homes and businesses in Rathcoole, Saggart, Newcastle and Brittas.
The August 2015 Edition of the Rathcoole Newsletter is currently being delivered to homes and businesses in Rathcoole, Saggart, Newcastle and Brittas.
Here is a video courtesy of Sally Graver who took photos on the day of the Garden Fete.