Tuesday 25 July 2017

The week in pictures

Helena Walshe, Edward Doyle and Dave Darragh.
Helena Walshe, Edward Doyle and Dave Darragh.
Colaiste Bhride Carnew's Senior football team who have reached the Leinster Vocational Schools Senior football A final for the first time.
Wicklow and Carlow players battle for the ball.
James O'Connor in action for Sheffield Wednesday.
Brian Connor (chairman of the meeting) and Colette O'Toole giving the 'Chris O'Toole Trophy' to Eddie Dunphy.
Mac Fleetwood will perform in Stack's Bar on Saturday night.
Irish Girl Guides donating headscarves to the Bray Cancer Support Centre: Betty Prenter, Area Commissioner Wicklow IGG, Carmel Robinson, Linda Peters, CEO Irish Girl Guides, Conor O'Leary, Mary Byrne, Patricia Gibbons.
Gladys Sheehan's young students who were excited to be cast as extras in Camelot which is shooting in Ardmore Studios (back from left): Vicki Crimmins, Dolores Doyle, Danielle Kennedy, Casey O'Brien, Amy Wall, Allagnagh Colon and Louise Byrne. Front:...
Sunbeam House in Ballyraine.
Macra na Feirme National President candidate Dara Kavanagh from Ballycoogue with county Chairman Garvan Hickey.
Susan O'Brien, President Bray Credit Union; Michael Doyle, Michael Doyle Car Sales; Charlie Hadden, Fitzpatrick Motors Bray and Barry Nevin, Credit Union VicePresident at the Super Car Draw .
Lauren Carroll (centre) who has retired after 33 years teaching with School Principal Joanne McDonagh, Mary Byrne, Chairperson Board of Management, Sean and Lucy Carroll after a special service to mark her retirement in St. Anthony's Church in Kilcoole.
Greystones Garda Station whose numbers will be impacted on massively in the coming years by budget cuts.
Superintendent Mick Lernihan scuppered notions of a Garda text alert system by announcing that there would be no money in his budget to fund the project.
Councillor George Jones queried Garda numbers in Greystones.
Joint Policing Committee told that there are no links between stolen jewellery and the gold for cash shops in the area.
Credit card fraud is on the increase in the Greystones area.
The Three O's which was damaged
Katie Taylor with a dove at the launch of Spirit Radio in Ballsbridge.
Alan Earls (right) is presented with a top of the range bike for his fundraising trip for Autism Action by Brian Conway of Wicklow Cycles.
Tables and chairs which were found during a Coastcare clean-up at Bray Head.
Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle have a laugh with members of the Wicklow RNLI team during filming of 'The Guard'.
Spud Murphy and Catherine McDonald at the charity quiz night in the Townhouse, Newtownmountkennedy.
Picture by Garry O'Neill. Eamon Gilmore meets Liam McGarry of The Larder in Bray, during a recent visit to try and secure votes.
Mary Bailey, Sharon Corcoran, Ruth Coburn ann Pamela Hendrick who are all off to Australia.
Jess Desmond of St Gerard's College is chased by Adan Quinlan of CUS.
Wicklow under-13s who qualified for the Leinster League quarter-final by beating Longford.
Aaron Higgs of Greystones heads for the try line.
Councillor Tom Fortune has to speak through a crack in the door in Fassaroe.
Gerry Kinsella canvasses Denis Hilliard in Rory O'Connor Place, Arklow.
Charlie Keddy at home on the Sea Road in Kilcoole.
Colin Bengochea, Tommy Hammill, Gary Hughes, Lee Brandon, Fionn Cotter and Anto O'Brien enjoying a night out in the Royal Hotel.
Taking part in the Olive Foundation table quiz in aid of Cystic Fibrosis in Holland's were Kevin Hererra, Shane O'Toole and Tamara Kelly.
Mary Lewis and Yvonne McBain at the Anne Ferris election fundraising table quiz in the Martello.
Mary Forde and Gladys Sheehan with Pat McFarlane at the Bray Arts Night in the Martello.
Taking part in the Tom Fortune election fundraising table quiz in the the Beachhouse, Greystones were Caoimhe Minogue, Ger Minogue, Aine Breathnach, Fiona Minogue and Breda Breen.
Breda Daly, Maura Ryan and Simon Daly enjoying their night out at the Make a Wish Foundation charity night in the Townhouse Pub, Newtownmountkennedy.
Pupils from Gaelscoil Uí Cheadaigh taking part in their Green Schools "Siúl ar Scoil le do Thoi" walk to school initiative: from left - Garda Brendan O Tornuil, Charlotte Mí Mhaoldomhnaigh, Jim Callery (Environmental Awareness Officer Wicklow Co....

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