Ringsend & Irishtown Community Centre

By: Ringsend & Irishtown Community Centre  05/12/2011


Services

RICC Mini Bus

The RICC Mini Bus is available to hire to people and groups in the area for activities. The bus seats 16 people and is equipped for wheelchairs. A driver can be arranged upon request where possible.

Pension Collection Service

The RICC Mini Bus provides a service for people in the area to collect their pension from Barrow Street Post Office located in the Eurospar store. The bus leaves at 10.30am and 2.30pm every Friday fromRingsendChurch. All those who find it difficult to make the journey to the post office are welcome to use the bus.

Photocopying / CV Service

A photocopying service is available in RICC for a small charge. Need help with your CV? Drop down to us in the centre and we’ll tailor your CV to the highest standard and help you to secure that job.

After School Programme / Breakfast Club

The Afterschool Programme and Breakfast Club takes place during each school term at Ringsend National Schools. It gives children a chance to take part in fun, educational activities such as; sport, music, computers and more. A nourishing breakfast or lunch is provided with professional staff on site to assist and care for each child. It is run by Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre in partnership with Pobal and only costs €10 per week. Ideal for parents or guardians who work and are in need of some afterschool and preschool care. The Afterschool Programme and Breakfast Club are open to all primary school children in the area, even if they attend other schools. For further information please contact Barbara in the centre on 01 6604789

News Four / Sandymount Community Services

Who we are and what we do:

Sandymount Community Services was established in 1986 and since then has been providing employment and training opportunities for hundreds of people through our community employment scheme.  We have CE participants working in a local sheltered accommodation complex, Ringsend Community Crèche, Clanna Gael GAA club, Ringsend & Irishtown Community Centre and as journalists on the free community newspaper which we produce called NewsFour*.  NewsFour is published 6 times per year and is an important forum for the community.  It is also a great way for past residents to keep in touch with whats going on ‘back home’ and our subscription list includes addresses inUK,AustraliaandUSA.  We have also produced a number of books on local heritage, history and culture.

All job vacancies on our community employment scheme are advertised on the Fás website. To qualify for Community Employment you must be in receipt of a social welfare payment for at least 12 months and must be registered with Fás.  See more details on eligibility criteria on the link below.

NewsFour is a forum for the whole community ofDublin4.  Community groups and the public are welcome to send information, letters, poetry, articles etc for submission in the paper. 

Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm

Contact Details:

Sandymount Community Services & NewsFour, RICC,Thorncastle Street,Dublin4

Phone: 01 6673317

Links:

RICC Youth Club

The RICC Youth Club has been running since September 2009 and to date has been a great success. Catering for 7 to 9 year old boys and girls, we meet every Wednesday for an hour and a half and charge a small membership fee of €2 per week. We have enjoyed many activities such as; gardening in the RICC allotments, barbeques, ice skating, arts and crafts, clay modelling, football and we even got back to basics with some knitting which both boys and girls loved. At the club we try to incorporate fun and education into the mix and we also link in with the CDYSB, who are also located in the centre. So when our children turn ten they have the option to enter straight into the CDYSB Youth Project, which ensures that our kids are facilitated right up until the age of 21 if they so choose. All the leaders of the RICC Youth Club work together each week to ensure that the children have an outlet separate to school and home where they can relax, have fun, learn something new and make new friends. And we can see in the delight of their faces each week that this has been effective. We hope to continue the club on for many years to come!

Grinds

Information to follow

Political Clinics

Fine Gael - Lucinda Creighton

Lucinda Creighton TD, Minister for European Affairs

Address: Department of An Taoiseach,GovernmentBuildings,Merrion Street,Dublin2

Phone: 01 619 4561

Web: www.lucindacreighton.ie

Clinic times: Thursdays 7pm Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre

Sinn Fein - Ruadhan Mac Aodhan

Maria Parodi

Deputy Lord Mayor Councillor Maria Parodi

Labour Councillor forDublinSouth East Inner City

I hold a weekly Labour Advice Clinic every Tuesday at 8pm

Contact Details:

Mobile: 0876821420

New Website: www.mariaparodi.ie

Kevin Humphreys

Labour Party Advice Centre

This service is provided by the Dublin South East Labour Party, operated by Kevin Humphreys TD.

- advice on issues related to local and national Government, social welfare entitlements, housing and general enquiries.

- Every Thursday at 8pm

- Open to all Citizens

Contact Details

Office: 01-6183224

Mobile: 0872989103

Address:LeinsterHouse,Kildare St,Dublin2

Phone: (01) 6183224

FLAC

Information to follow

Citizen’s Information

Dublin2, 4, 6 Citizens Information Service, provide a quality service in Partnership with other statutory voluntary and community organisations.

We promote the effective delivery of information advice and advocacy to all in theDublin2, 4, and 6 postal area’s especially those who are marginalized on their civil and social rights and entitlements.

We aim to empower them by providing them with free information on their rights and entitlements and to assist them to access these entitlements in confidence.

TheDublin2, 4, 6 CIS has the following services available to all.

Ringsend Citizens Information Centre

Ringsend Irishtown Community Centre

Thorncastle St

Dublin4.

Ph 01 6604789

Open every Monday night for Legal Advice which is a walk in service

7. pm---9.pm

Open every Thursday morning 9.30----1.pm for general information on your rights and entitlements. This service is free confidential and impartial.

Rathmines CIC

7 Wynnefield Rd

Rathmines

Dublin6.

Ph 01 498299

Opening Hours

Mon, Tues, Wed, 9.30---12.30          2.00—4.30

Thurs, Fri             9.30---12.30

Employment Law every Wednesday night appointment only

General Law every Wednesday night appointment only

CAVA on the fourth Wednesday of every month by appointment only

Opening hours for specialist service

7.00---9.00

Psychotherapy

Information to follow

CDYSB

Information to follow


The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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