We are in the media. or the meeja, as Irish politicians like to call it.
It was very exciting for Dublin Decoded to get a mention recently in the excellent Simon Kuper piece in the weekend magazine of the Financial Times! on Saint Patrick’s day weekend. We believe we’re also getting a snippet in the Irish Independent this Saturday, (just in time for this Sunday’s WWI walk, see below)
Following the success of our North by North West walk last weekend, despite some inclement weather, the North by North West walk was a huge success, and with two more walks fast approaching, with much of the money going to Focus Ireland, its nice to get a mention.
this Friday we’re contributing to the Dublin Explorer programme, talking about Victorian buildings around Trinity College with the excellent Denis Goodbody, 9 days prior to our Great Victorians walking tour, Sunday 6th of April. For anyone who’d like to tune into Denis’ show and hear this writer attempt to explain the magnificence and genius of Deane and Woodward and others, it’s at 3.30 pm this Friday 28th March, on Dublin city FM 103.2 FM. The Victorians walk itself takes place on Sunday 6th of April, meeting 13.55. We meet 13.55 (1.55 pm) by the Campanile of Front Square in Trinity College, Sunday 6th April. €15 p/p. Everyone is welcome but booking is both advisable and much appreciated. please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “Victorians Sunday 6 April” in the subject header. One third of proceeds go to Focus Ireland.
But there’s another walk before then. Our First World War Walk takes place very soon: this coming Sunday, 30th March. Meet point and time are the same, only the date and route is different 13.55 (1.55 pm) at the Campanile of Front Square in Trinity College, Sunday 30th March. Again, everyone is welcome but advisable and much appreciated. please email email@example.com with “WWI walk Sunday 30th March” in the subject header. Fee @15 or €20 optional if you wish to donate more, as all the proceeds of this walk go to Focus Ireland So please join us if you can. You can also help by sharing this piece, using the social meeja buttons below.
Finally, if anyone’s feeling crazy, impulsive and popular, and you can organise your own group of friends, colleagues or book club to do your own pre-booked group Dublin Decoded tour. You can choose any of the 7 options off the tour menu at Dublin Decoded, get in touch with date and numbers, and we’ll accommodate you and give 50% of the proceeds to Focus Ireland. How about that? Tour options and contact details are all over the Dublin Decoded site.