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Thursday 25th April 2019 14:21
Events & Launches
Ardnacrusha Power Station Summer Tours / Aisling Delaney
We are once again opening the gates of the historic Ardnacrusha Power Station to schools and the general public for a unique visitor experience into Ireland’s first national hydro-electric station in Co. Clare this summer.
School group visits are being facilitated from 23 May to 28 June 2019, while public tours run from 1 July to 13 September 2019. The free guided tours run from Monday to Friday, run for approximately 90 minutes and each tour can accommodate groups of up to 30. All bookings can be made online at www.esb.ie/ ardnacrushatours.
Please note separate dates above for schools and public tours before making a booking.
Have you Registered for Darkness Into Light 2019? / Isabelle O’Neill Only 15 days until Darkness Into Light, have you registered?
On Saturday, May 11th it is anticipated that a quarter of a million people in over 200 venues across 19 countries and 5 continents will walk from Darkness Into Light.
With less than 50 staff packs remaining we would encourage anyone taking part to email email@example.com as soon as possible. Please include your name, email address and venue you will be attending, also the information of any friends or family who would like to receive a volunteer pack.
The unique event, which is symbolic of the journey from despair to hope, begins in darkness at 4.15am. Thousands of people will walk a 5-kilometre route into the light of dawn. Funds raised from Darkness Into Light help keep Pieta’s counselling services free of charge and freely accessible. Join us in waking from Darkness into Light and Experience the Power of Hope
To find your nearest venue or to register for the walk visit www.darknessintolight.ie #ThePowerOfHope
ElectricAid making a difference in India / ElectricAid
ElectricAid has partnered with the Edith Wilkins Street Children Foundation in Darjeeling, India. Click on the link below to see how education is leading to a brighter future and changing the lives of 55 children. Thank you for your fantastic support.
Pat Stack – Retirement / Peter Murphy
Pat Stack retires in July 2019 after just short of 40 years’ service.
Pat worked in many areas of ESB, including Accounts Department in Dublin, Revenue Unit in Limerick, Payroll Unit in Cork, followed by Information Systems Department in Head Office and latterly in Facilities.
Pat would like to invite his many friends and colleagues from across the organisation, to celebrate his retirement with him on Friday 24th May, in Doheny & Nesbitts, Baggot Street, from 6pm onwards.
For those who wish to contribute to his collection, please contact any of the following : Colm Bolger, 2nd Floor, House 42, Merrion Square
Tony McMackin, 3rd Floor, Three Gateway
Frank Graham, Security Control Room, Two Gateway
Sylvia McGilloway, Reception, Two Gateway