Monthly Archives: November 2013

Directions to your Home, for Emergencies

On regular occasions every year we all give detailed instructions to strangers, how they can find and drive directly to our home. Strangers such as; Couriers with a parcel, Deliveries of Supplies and equipment, the lists are endless. Consider the … Continue reading

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KNOCKRAHA I.C.A. Report for year 2013

We held our A.G.M. in Knockraha Community Centre on  May 1. The following officers were elected. President Kathleen Dillon, Assistant Agnes Kelleher: Secretary Joan O’Donoghue. assistant Kathleen O’Brien :Treasurer Sheila Fitzgerald, assistant Mary Holland: Arts/Crafts promoter Margaret Mason, assistant Mary … Continue reading

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Attics must be considered a high-risk area in your home.

Out of sight does not mean it’s a non-risk area. Typically a vast network of electrical cables cris-cross every attic in Ireland. Typically attics become remote storage areas, books-magazines, clothes, paints; toys, etc. begin to fill the space. Every electrical … Continue reading

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