Island Bridge (Irish: Droichead na hInse) (formerly Sarah Bridge) located in the Dublin 8 postal code is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey, in Dublin, Ireland and joining the South Circular Road to Conyngham Road at the Phoenix Park. Island Bridge and the surrounding area are so named, because of the island formed here at the junction of the Camac and Liffey rivers.
The Dublin South City Local Employment Service is a community-based organisation set up under the Dublin South City Partnership and funded through the Department of Social Protection. We provide a free, confidential service for the local community focusing on the provision of practical support, advice, guidance and information relating to employment, training and education. If you are interested in any of the Continue Reading
Nutritional therapy is the application of nutritional science in the promotion of optimum health and peak performance and disease prevention. Nutritional therapyencompasses the use of carefully compiled recommendations for diet and lifestyle in order to alleviate or prevent ailments and promote optimal health. Sheila is a qualified Nutritional Therapist, working with people to enhance their health and wellbeing through positive lifestyle and food choices. Continue Reading
Address: Clancy Quay South Circular Road, Dublin Tel: +353 (0)1 525 0100
Tribeach Holdings is an innovative, dynamic real estate development company that is both international in scope yet boutique in focus and quality. Our mission is to identify lucrative building opportunities and add value through creative zoning solutions, superior design and timely project execution. The diverse strengths and depth of experience of the team allow the company to approach the process Continue Reading
Formerly McGovern’s salvage yard we have been in business since the 1940's. Specialising in modern and architectural salvage, we also sell liquidation and surplus stock such as new doors and windows, sanitary ware and polished porcelain tiles. Mac’s has been a cornerstone of salvage and reclamation here in Dublin since 1940 when our grandfather, Charles McGovern took his horse and Continue Reading