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What do you want from your “Community Hub”

One of the many initiatives underway as part of the Strategic Plan is to explore how the Cuala clubhouse might be developed into a Community Hub – a key resource that could better serve our members and the wider community. Here’s your opportunity to have your say.

Cuala Weekly News starts its new season in style

The Cuala Communication team has got its Autumn season off to a flying start with a re-branded “Cuala Weekly News” which is emailed directly to one thousand four hundred (& growing) loyal subscribers every Friday. New Editor, Rob Hartnett, is coordinating publication and were open for new Subscribers.

Tickets for All-Ireland Football Final

Cuala expects to receive a limited amount of tickets for the All Ireland Football Final.

The traditional Members’ draw for the right to buy these tickets will take place on Thurs. 30 Aug. at 8:00 p.m. in the Cuala Bar. There are strict qualifying conditions and you must pre-register by Sun 26 August at 10:00 p.m.

Cycle of Light 2018

Cuala is teaming-up with the National Council for the Blind in Ireland (NCBI) for their Cycle of Light – a unique night-time cycling tour between Dalkey and Howth on 24th August.

Super 8 Tickets – Tyrone v Dublin

Cuala has a limited number of tickets for the Super 8 fixture between Tyrone & Dublin in Healy Park Omagh on Saturday. If you would like to attend, you’ll need to register your interest with us.

Cathaoirleach Cuala welcomes appointment of John Horan

I’m sure I speak for everyone in Cuala when I welcome the appointment of Na Fianna’s John Horan as Uachtarán Chumann Lúthchleas Gael. I have today written to John to congratulate him on his election  – the first Dubliner in 97 years –  and to wish his well in his new role. I also expressed the hope that his first official match duty in Croke Park will be the  presentation of a trophy to a Dublin Club!

Simon Community and DROP benefit from Cuala Carols 2017

S.S.I.P. Manager, Damien Byrne would like to thank all those who took part in the recent Carol Singing initiative to raise funds for Simon Community and Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Outreach Project (DROP). over €2,400 was collected this year. And its not too late to make a contribution.