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Club work party - Your club needs you. @ SSBC
    You must login – Click on event to let us know if you will be attending this event.   Club work party and clean up! Meet at 10am. As many members, family members[...]
Club quiz - Kicks off the start of the clubs 2015 season @ SSBC
The annual club quiz in aid of the RNLI kicks off the start of the clubs 2015 season. The quiz masters for the night will be Stephen & Siobhan Broaders. Time & ticket cost –[...]
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – Apr 12 @ 5:30 pm
REC 3 First Aid Course @ SSBC
All members   Rec 3 First Aid course…(Note: This course is also required to be an ISA instructor)     Friday Evening – 10th April All Day Saturday – 11th April All Day Sunday –[...]
Apr 18 – Apr 19 all-day
GP14 - O’Tiarnaigh Challenge @ SSBC
NOR & Entry form TBA

 

 


 

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  • SSBC – Member Survey. Feb 2015 closed

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    The SSBC member survey Feb 2015 is now closed!

    Thank you to all those members who contributed.

  • Club Christmas Walk, Dublin Mountains

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    The 2014 Christmas walk was held on Monday 29th Dec 2014.   Thirty six participants (plus 5 dogs) assembled at the Jolly Ploughboy Pub in Rockbrook. Conditions were excellent with a clear sky and temperature just above freezing. At 11.30 we moved to our starting point in Tibradden Lane at the back of Pine Forrest.  The route through the woods took us past the Zipit Adventure Centre. Crossing the Glendoo Road we followed the trail up onto Cruagh Mountain. Near the top we took the “board walk” to the summit. Taking a short break in the woods we moved off again down the mountain. Conditions were a bit slower on the downward trail until we reached the forest road then back to our starting point. The time taken was just short of 3 hours. We all returned to the Jolly Ploughboy for a quick pint before heading home.

    Our thanks to Brendan Peavoy and Seamus Green for organising the walk.

    Article by Peter Smyth

  • Local History of Yellow Walls, Malahide, County Dublin.

    “At the village of Yellow Walls, a road turns to the right over a little rivulet to Swords, and opens upon the sea…

    A fascinating look at local history….

    http://oldyellowwalls.org/

  • New Website Launch 15th Oct 2014

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    New club website launched 15th Oct 2014.

    The new club website is powered by WordPress, a free open source content management system (CMS).