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Wednesday 24 September 2014

Christmas craft fair

Published 19/11/2013 | 05:32

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A Christmas Craft Fair is taking place in Rush on Sunday, November 24 at St. Maurs GAA Club in Rush from 11am to 5pm.

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The Fair, which is the largest non-commercial craft fair in fingal, will host 50 stalls with different crafts. Everybody welcome. All profits from stall rental will go to the Hospice and the Jack&Jill Foundation. You can also follow us on facebook - Rush Craft Fair.

NUMBER PROBLEM

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The council's traffic section said: 'The reinstatement of the junction box is planned for early 2014.'

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The council agreed and said they are listed for removal in 2014.

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