Dublin Branch  Next Meeting

 Friday 27th April,  The Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square

Commencing at 11:30am

See Details below ‘Walking’ item


RMATUI Dublin Branch Summer Walking Programme


Within easy reach, by public transport, of Dublin City centre there are hundreds of walking opportunities.  The choice and variety is enormous and there is more than enough for all members’ tastes and abilities.  To get things started we have selected two easy walks for April that are part of the Dublin City Council ‘Let’s Walk & Talk Schedule.’

These walks are led by a dedicated team of volunteers from the community and they are always delighted to make new walkers feel welcome.  Depending on interest we will put together, our own, one walk per week programme through the summer months.  Interested members can make an input into what particular walks are selected and thereby have a strong influence on the programme.


Date, Time, Duration Meeting Point Walk Details Other Information
Mon. 9th April 


Duration 90min.app

Outside the Halfway House Pub, Ashtown, Navan Rd. D. 7 Along the Royal Canal, The Phoenix Park & other adjoining places Ashtown Train Station and Buses 37, 38, 39 & 70 stop nearby. Contact 086 2273 390.

Wed. 18th April


Duration 90min.app



Plaza opposite entrance to Kilmainham Gaol.



A walk along the Grand Canal or around War Memorial Park and Royal Hospital.


Buses 79 & 79A stop nearby,

12min. walk from Heuston St.

Contact 086 8703 323.


Dublin Branch Meeting – Friday 27th April

Beekeeping for Beginners  (Talk-Questions-Answers)
Patricia Morrissey (RMA member)


Friday 27 April, The Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square

Commencing at 11:30am


Areas Covered

The inhabitants of the hive      Getting started/equipment etc.      The Apiary

Caring for bees      Swarming     Harvesting honey


Outside Branch Members Welcome


Tea & Coffee Included.


Branch Officers

Chairperson: Paddy Healy

Secretary:  Eamonn Kerrigan (eamonnkerrigan@gmail.com)

Treasurer: Brid Canavan

Area Representatives:  Eamonn Kerrigan, Joe Farrington,  Paddy Healy