Marlay Park Concert Information 2019

The Marlay Park Concerts will run from Friday 5th – Sunday 7th July 2019. All residents are reminded to display parking permits in their cars when entering the estate during these days. If any residents have not received their permits, please contact DLRCoCo directly, via email to marlayparkconcerts@dlrcoco.ie as soon as possible.

Information regarding planned road closures and traffic management can be found using the following link: Marlay Park Concert Information. This also contains contact telephone numbers should any issues arise, either during or outside of the concert hours. MGRA will endeavour where possible to keep residents informed of any updates to this as/when they are received.

 

Annual Estate BBQ 2019

*UPDATE* Looking forward to seeing everyone this evening. We have a full-house this year, with MARQUEES so the rain won’t spoil our fun. There will be some blankets available, but cold creatures are encouraged to bring along their own.

MGRA Annual Estate Barbecue will take place on Friday 7th June 2019. As always the event will be held in the beautiful surroundings of the Walled Garden at Marlay Park. There will be food, live music and childrens’ entertainment, with festivities kicking-off at 6.30pm. We will also see the return of the Great Marley Bake-off, bigger and better this year with fantastic prizes (details below)! 

For more information or to inquire about tickets, please ask any of the MGRA committee members or contact info@marleygrange.ie. Residents: €10, non-residents: €20, children over 5 years: €5, children under 5 years: free.

We look forward to seeing you there!

DLR Age Well Expo

On Sunday June the 9th DLR County Council are running the dlr Age Well Expo, an event to showcase a range of services and supports available for positive ageing in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. 
The event will take place in the Pavilion at Leopardstown Racecourse from 11.30am to 5.00pm, and will feature two stages with a variety of entertainment and cookery demonstrations complimented by presentations on topics such as Safety and Security and the benefits of becoming a Volunteer.The Chat Café stage will host appearances from legendary rally driver Rosemary Smith and author, poet, and TV presenter Christy Kenneally.
 
Information about the exhibitors and free transportation to the event can be found here
The event is free of charge to attend and will be presented in two sessions morning and afternoon. Due to a phenomenal interest in the event, organisers are asking attendees to register to attend here.

Annual Estate Clean-up 2019

Please join your neighbours for the Annual Marley Grange Estate Clean-up next Saturday 27th April 2019 from 10.30am – 12pm. We ask our neighbours give an hour or so of their time for the benefit of all our residents, and remember many hands make light work! There will be refreshments and treats for the kids afterwards. We will meet at the postbox at 10.30am and hope for a great display of community spirit.

Outdoor Event Licence for Music Event at Marlay Park July 2019

DLRCoCo are currently welcoming written submissions or observations on the licence application for proposed concerts to be held in Marlay Park from July 5th – 7th. Deadline for receipt of comments is April 9th, and details can be found by following the link below

https://dlrcoco.citizenspace.com/planning/proposedconcerteventsmarlaypark2019/

 

MGRA AGM 2019

MGRA 2019 AGM

26th February 8pm, Divine Word Parish Centre

The Annual General Meeting of the Marley Grange Residents’ Association will be held on Tuesday 26th February 2019 at 8:00pm in the Divine Word Parish Centre. Refreshments will be served from 7:30pm onwards. There will also be a raffle at the end of the evening.

All current members are encouraged to attend. This event is your best opportunity for face-to-face communication with the committee and fellow residents on topics of interest to us all. Membership cannot be acquired on the night and the AGM is only open to residents who have paid their 2018 subscription.

Any current member who wishes to propose a motion at the AGM should please submit it by email to the Secretary (secretary@marleygrange.ie) by 20th February at the latest.

If you are interested in joining the MGRA Committee for 2019, we’d love to hear from you.

 

A Very Marley Christmas

Let’s kick off Christmas the Marley Grange way! Please come join your friends and neighbours for some festive fun on Saturday 1st December, 3.30-5.30 pm on the central green at Marley Drive. There’ll be carols from the Divine Word Choir, mulled wine, hot chocolate, mince pies and some festive treats. Bring those important Santa letters, or write them there! We may also have a visit from a festive friend to take them straight back to the North Pole. Weather permitting folks, so please keep an eye on Facebook and website for latest updates.

Are you registered to vote?

A nationwide campaign is currently underway to encourage all eligible electors to check the Draft 2019/2020 Register of Electors prior to the published register in February 2019. To ensure inclusion in the Register of Electors for next year, the deadline for applications is 25th November 2018.

An opportunity to register to vote is taking place on Thursday 22nd November from 7.00-9.00 pm in St Attracta’s Junior School Hall. Application forms will be available to fill out, as well as a member of An Garda Síochána who will stamp/sign each application.

Bus Network Redesign

Most of our residents will have received literature on the proposed redesign of the Dublin Bus Network, which is due to come into force in 2020. This will impact the existing bus routes serving Marley Grange and surrounding areas. Details have been issued by the National Transport authority and more information about the proposed changes are available here. A public consultation process is currently underway until 28th September. To have your say, please complete the NTA’s online survey found here or submit comments in writing to consultations@busconnects.ie.

New 175 Bus Route

Facts about the 175 bus route in operation from Sunday September 9th.
🚌 The Route goes from Citywest to UCD (via Tallaght, Knocklyon, Ballinteer, Dundrum and Taney).
🚌 The route will be owned by the state and run by Go-Ahead.
🚌 All fares including cash, Leap Card, annual tickets and taxsaver are the same.
🚌 Leap Card and Free Travel Pass accepted across all services.
🚌 Real Time for this service will be available on the TFI app and website.
🚌 All vehicles fully accessible for wheelchair users.

For more details see https://www.transportforireland.ie/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Route-175-timetable.pdf