Bray-based artist unveils exhibition
Bray-based artist Ray Corcoran will be holding an exhibition of his paintings entitled 'Out of Focus' from Tuesday, September 24 – Sunday, October 6 I nthe Signal Arts Centre.
An opening reception will be held at 7.00p.m. on Thursday, September 26.
The gallery will be open Tuesday – Friday, 10.00a.m. – 1.00p.m. and 2.00p.m. – 5.00p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays from 12.00p.m. – 5.00p.m.
The East Coast Cyclones female roller derby team will be holding a skating open day on Monday, September 16 at 8.30p.m. in the Ballywaltrim Community Hall in Bray.
The team is currently recruiting skaters, referees and anyone interested in putting on a pair of skates, and invite anyone with an interest in skating to attend to see what the team are all about. You must be over 18 and female to join the team, but referees can be of any gender. To find out more or to contact the team email email@example.com or visit their website on
Bray Lakers – a sports, social and recreational club for and supporting children and adults with learning and/or physical disabilities – are holding a free scarp metal collection until Monday, September 16, to help raise funds for future activities.
The club are accepting all scrap metal only at the Brady Centre on Seapoint Road. Electronics, TV's, screens etc. cannot be accepted at present.
Anyone wishing to get rid of scrap metal should bring it along during office hours or on Saturday morning. Contact the Lakers 01 2022694 to arrange for club members to be available.
Deputy Simon Harris has commended Bray on improving its ranking in the latest Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) survey, indicating that the town has become cleaner in recent years. In the latest survey, Bray retained its rank of 'cleaner than the European average' and finished 16th out of the 42 Irish towns surveyed, an improvement of three on its rank for the previous year. 'These are very encouraging results for Bray and are most welcome,' said Deputy Harris.