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  • Rose Festival 2017 Dublin Community Growers

    Rose Festival 2017 Dublin Community Growers

    Hubert Martin from Dublin City Growers talks to Near TV about TALK a group who deal with people with intellectual difficulties and how having a living garden helps them in this task

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  • Rose Festival 2017 Red Kid & Outro

    Rose Festival 2017 Red Kid & Outro

    After a fun day at the Rose Festival 2017 in St Annes Park Red Kid sings us out

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  • Pure Magic/ Battle for the Bay

    Pure Magic/ Battle for the Bay

    Catherine Etienne , Co-Owner of Pure Magic Kitesurfing tells us about the events in Clontarf during the Battle for the Bay. The concept of the Battle is very simple: Fun, Wind, Water…and Fun!!! The best riders in the country and from around the globe will come and compete in one of the best kitesurfing spots in the world. http://battleforthebay.com

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  • St Gabriels Montessori/Teddys Bear Picnic

    St Gabriels Montessori/Teddys Bear Picnic

    Veronica Yeomans and Ashling Neligan of St Gabriels Montessori school give us the background to their very popular school and their approach to educating the children. In the month of June they take their classes to St Annes park for a Teddy bears picnic and Near TV was there to see how much the children enjoyed themselves. 'I can't do it' 'Let me help you' Posted by Little Acorns Montessori Clontarf on Friday, June 9, 2017

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  • Red Stables St Annes Park

    Red Stables St Annes Park

    We get a brief history of “The Red Stables “ in St Annes Park as part of the 2017 Rose Festival. Built in 1885 by Arthur Edward Guinness, Lord Ardilaun. The stables now house an arts and crafts centre with room for artists, a gallery and a café. Mick Harford takes us through the daly uses of the stables when they were built first built.

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  • Rose Festival 2017 Roving Camera

    Rose Festival 2017 Roving Camera

    Near TV gets out and about with the people at the Rose Festival 2017 in St Anne Park. Our interviewer Ciaran meets with some of  the groups attending like Volunteer Ireland and  the Organic Nursery.

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  • Wooly Wards Farm

    Wooly Wards Farm

    We visit Wooly Wards Farm, Irelands favourite petting and activity farm. Established in 2011 Wooly’s intention is to entertain and educate children and adults alike. Hosted by Scary Mary, the Easter Extravaganza, Teddy Bears’s Picnic and Halloween Experience are packed with fun activities for all the family. Wooly’s also has a mobile petting farm for family fun days and children’s parties etc. info@woolywardsfarm.com

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  • Shane Casey, author/ Dyslexia friendly books

    Shane Casey, author/ Dyslexia friendly books

    Shane Casey, author of Dyslexia friendly books, works as a Biodiversity Officer, which involves finding new ways to engage and educate people about their local wildlife. Shane grew up on his family’s farm at Blackhead (County Clare, Ireland), in the heart of the Burren. Home

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  • History of St Annes Park with Joan Usher-Sharkey

    History of St Annes Park with Joan Usher-Sharkey

    History of St Annes Park with Joan Usher-Sharkey Joan has written a book “St. Anne’s — The Story of a Guinness Estate,” and as part of the Rose Festival Joan walks us around the park showing us the highlights both old and new.

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  • Clontarf Gaa

    Clontarf Gaa

    Stiofan O Morain, Donal Nolan and Trish Duffy gives Near TV a brief history of the club, and tell us about the Girls and boys who are joining the club in their droves. Since the beginning the club has experienced crest and troughs on and off the field.  But, it has always been expanding – if only gradually at times – and introducing Gaelic Games to new generations. http://www.clontarfgaa.com

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