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On behalf of myself and my family I would like to thank everyone who attended my father’s removal and funeral Mass, all those who called to the house, who contacted me to express their sympathy and those who sent Mass cards.
Your kindness is much appreciated
Mass will be offered for your intensions.
Peter Quinn

Published : 15-Sep-2016

Death of Lena Sheehan – Mother of Richard Sheehan, HR, Business Service Centre

The death has occurred of Lena Sheehan (née O’Reilly) (O’Neachtain Road, Drumcondra) – 14th September 2016. Mother of Richard Sheehan, HR, Business Service Centre.

Funeral on Monday 19th September after 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in Corpus Christi Church, Homefarm Road followed by burial afterwards at Dardistown Cemetery.

“May she Rest in Peace”

Published : 15-Sep-2016

Inside Aghada

Caption: Ger Stapleton, Aghada, Pat O’Doherty CE and Judith Harford UCD

Yesterday evening in the Science Gallery in TCD, our CE Pat O’Doherty launched ”.

This is a new web-based animated educational resource explaining how electricity is generated in Aghada.

The content is aimed at two levels – for people who want an overview and an addition layer ‘Learn More’ which is aimed at those studying Physics and Chemistry at Leaving Cert level. We hope that teachers and students find this to be a useful resource and please feel free to share with family and friends.

To view please click here.

Published : 15-Sep-2016

Power challenge

we have had a late pull out to our power challenge team . if you are interested please contact me.

Published : 15-Sep-2016

Ladies silver earring

with green stone handed in at reception.

Published : 15-Sep-2016

Celine Gilbride Dooard, Rossinver, Co. Leitrim

The death has occurred of on September 13th 2016 mother of Liam, Lough Ree Power and formerly Marina, and Pat ex- Monepoint, HR and Fisheries.

Remains will repose in Our Lady’s Hospital Chapel, Manorhamilton on Thursday from 4 30pm to 6 30pm with removal to St Aidan’s Church, Ballaghmeehan arriving at 7pm Thursday.

Funeral Mass on Friday at 2pm followed by interment in Rossinver Cemetery.

House private please.

Published : 14-Sep-2016

Retirement Function for Margaret Fannin, Technical Performance, Networks

After more than 40 years of outstanding service, Margaret Fannin has retired recently.

Margaret’s retirement function will be held this Fri, 16th Sept. in the Errigal Country House Hotel, Cootehill, Co Cavan. The function will begin at 8pm.

Seamus Devine

Technical Performance Manager

Published : 14-Sep-2016

Death of Daniel Brennan, brother of Sean Brennan EO Enniscorthy

The death has occurred of Daniel (Danny) BRENNAN

Arles, via Carlow, Ballickmoyler, Laois

Suddenly, after a long illness bravely borne. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Claire, daughters Audrey and Yvonne, sons Billy & Donal, sisters and brothers, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and a large circle of friends.

Rest in Peace

Reposing at his residence with rosary on Tuesday & Wednesday evenings at 8pm. Removal on Thursday morning to the Sacred Heart Church, Arles, arriving for 11am Mass. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. House private on Thursday morning please.

Published : 14-Sep-2016

ESB awards funding to Down Syndrome Cork’s ‘Field of Dreams’ project


ESB awards funding of €25k to Down Syndrome Cork’s ‘Field of Dreams’ project

Cork, September 12 2016 – ESB has awarded funding of €25,000 to Down Syndrome Cork for its inspiring Field of Dreams project at a special cheque presentation in Cork city today.

The Field of Dreams horticultural project – a first of its kind in Ireland – is located on a three acre site on the western outskirts of Cork city. The project teaches participants to grow their own fruit and vegetables, and provide a range of training, education, and work opportunities in a safe and inspirational environment.

Planning for the site was approved earlier this year which includes a sensory garden, polytunnels, therapy room, a market garden for cultivation of farm produce, and prefabs for training and education. Award winning Irish garden designer, Diarmuid Gavin is contributing to the development of this unique garden site.

Through its Energy for Generations Fund, ESB has awarded €25,000 to Down Syndrome Cork’s Field of Dreams. Now in its 11th year, the Fund has awarded total funding of €10m to over 400 local and national charities around Ireland since it was launched in 2005, including almost €1million to organisations located in Cork City and County.

Speaking at the cheque presentation, Jerry O’Sullivan, ESB Deputy Chief Executive, said:

We are delighted to support this wonderful initiative by Down Syndrome Cork and the great work done by the organisations’ volunteers. This concept of providing a space that nurtures people and produce aligns with our own goal of supporting organisations to provide educational access and support to all people. We wish all those that will participate in the project a fruitful and enjoyable experience.

Jason Bane, Field of Dreams Board Member explains,

the Down Syndrome Cork Field of Dreams project is a ground breaking initiative that aims to create a protected work and learning environment, where adults with down syndrome can learn new life skills, improve their communication abilities and be provided with meaningful work. We are very fortunate to have land provided by the Munster Agricultural Society, where the project will become a pilot project for Ireland which we hope will be replicated by other Down Syndrome branches nationwide. The support provided by ESB through the Energy for Generations Fund is significant and greatly appreciated.

Over the past 10 years, ESB has awarded approximately €10million through the ESB Energy for Generations Fund to community-based projects around Ireland. These projects are primarily in the areas of education, suicide prevention and homelessness. Full details on applying for funding including eligibility criteria for projects, can be found here.

ESB’s Energy for Generations Fund is open to organisations within the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Published : 14-Sep-2016

Enter the 2016 ESB Sportsco soccer 5-a-side World Cup competition

How to Enter the 2016 ESB Sportsco World Cup 5-a-side Soccer Tournament

The tournament will take place in Sportsco, South Lotts Road, Dublin 2 on Saturday 15th October

3 Competitions:

Men’s tournament kicks off at 1:00 (registration at 12:30)

Over 40’s and Ladies tournaments start at 3:00 (registration at 2:30)

Enter by sending the following details to

Put “World Cup Team Entry” + your team name in the title of the email

Specify the competition you are entering Men’s / Over 40s / Ladies

Team Details

Team Name |Captain’s Name |Captains’ email | Captains mobile number|

Names of players in the squad (up to 8 including the captain)

Payment Details

The entry fee is ?160 per team.

Cheque made payable to “Sportsco” to be mailed to Shauna Brady, ESB Head Office – DGA, 27 Fitzwilliam Street Lwr, Dublin 2.

Or pay directly by calling Sportsco and pay by laser or credit card. Zuzana Svarcova will take payments over the phone at 6687022 extension 204. Please give the captain’s name when making payments so we know which team it belongs to!

Own gear must be provided – bibs will be provided at the tournament in case of clash of colours

Individual players: Want to play but don’t have team? Send your name and which competition you wish to play in and we’ll hook you up.

Short a few squad members: Let us know and we’ll hook you up with some individual players looking for a team.

Published : 13-Sep-2016

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu @ESB

with Black Belt Andre Ramos


new members to with Black Belt Andre Ramos starting

Well known as the most efficient grappling martial art and combat sport that focuses on ground fighting with the goal of gaining; Dominant position and using joint-locks and chokeholds to force an opponent to submit.

It promotes the principle that a smaller, weaker person using leverage and proper technique can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger assailant.

Regardless of strength, size, or previous training, anyone can learn effective submission techniques. Nothing feels better than knowing you can take care of yourself mentally and physically.

We will continue to progress the levels of training throughout the year.


Where: ESB Matthews building
When: Every Tuesday & Thursday

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

Course: 4 weeks (1st week FREE for new comers)


?40 for 4 weeks (Tuesday or Thursday)

?60 for 4 weeks (both Tuesday & Thursday)

or ?12.00 on a Pay as you go basis.

Published : 13-Sep-2016

Thank you

Dermot and I would like to express our own and our family’s appreciation to the many colleagues in ESB who visited our home and attended the funeral service of our mother Kay Mangan, and for all the sympathy cards, emails and phone messages received which were of great emotional support.
Your kind words and thoughts were a great comfort and help to us at this sad time.

Published : 13-Sep-2016

Death has occurred of Tony Byrne , brother of Pat Byrne Networks South Lotts Road

Reposing tomorrow, Tuesday at Massey Bros, The Haven, 177 Crumlin Road from 4 o’c. until 7 o’c. Funeral Mass on Wednesday at 10 o’c. in St. Bernadette’s Church, Clogher Road therafter for cremation in Mount Jerome Crematorium. Family flowers only.

Published : 13-Sep-2016

lost mobile phone

mobile phone lost somewhere in head office area black in colour in black leather case if found contact Dave Mooney at ex 27028

Published : 13-Sep-2016

The Death Has Occurred of Tony Hally Woodhouse, Aglish, Waterford brother of Kevin Networks Dungarva

Lying in repose at Aidan Walsh & Sons Funeral Home Cappoquin. Rosary on Sunday evening at 8.00pm. Removal on Monday evening at 7.30pm to the Church Of Assumption Aglish. Funeral Mass on Tuesday morning at 11.00am, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.
May He Rest In Peace.

Published : 12-Sep-2016

Climb for Sick Kids 2016

Thanks to everyone who donated to this great charity. The overall event was a fantastic success and the final total is yet to be announced. ?250 was raised from the donation bucket in the main ESB Networks canteen and the small kitchen in Wilton.



Over the 1st weekend of September, members of Cork City and County Fire Brigades assisted by Gardai and HSE Ambulance service will carry out a ladder climb to reach the heights of Mount Everest. The climb will be facilitated by a group of emergency service personnel visiting all 23 towns that have fire stations in Cork City and County.

The climb will move from town to town collecting money through sponsorship cards, selling unique collection of once off tie pins from all the services involved to commemorate the event. A bank account for this event is set up in the name of “Climbing for sick kids” under the Cork City Fire Brigade Sports and Social club. Sort code 91-41-78 Acc 77148324

All money raised will go directly to a great charity that has helped member’s families over the years, “Cork City Hospitals Children’s Club”. A committee representing various organisations have been set up to oversee the running of the event, comprising of local representatives who will be collecting and fundraising for this event.

For every ?995 raised, a sick child can enjoy a break to Euro Disney which will hopefully bring a smile back on their courageous faces while undergoing or post treatment.

There is a bucket for collection in the canteen in Wilton.


My brother in law works with Cork City Fire Brigade and is very involved with this event.

Thanking you in advance J

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Published : 9-Sep-2016

Retirement Function for Pat Crowley, Brendan O’Sullivan and Finbarr Creed SDCC Wilton

Pat, Brendan and Finbarr would like to invite their friends and colleagues to join them on the occasion of their retirement.

A function is being held to mark this occasion:

When: Saturday 8th October

Time: 8.00pm onwards.

Where: McCarthy’s Bar Model Farm Road (Tennis Village)

Everybody welcome!

Published : 9-Sep-2016

National Fitness Day – get active with SPORTSCO

Check out all our FREE classes for National Fitness Day on Friday 16th September – Hiit, Circuits, Aqua Health, Zumba and Kidz Zuu!

Published : 9-Sep-2016

Death of Pat Markey, father of Pat, Poolbeg Generating Station.

I regret to advise the death of Pat Markey, father for Pat, Poolbeg Generating Station. May he Rest In Peace.

Markey, Pat, 8th September 2016, (Coolock and formerly of North Wall), (late of Lever Brothers), (peacefully) in the care of St. Francis Hospice, Raheny, beloved husband of the late Margaret, very sadly missed by his children Peter, Mary, Susan, John, Paul, Joan, Damien and Patrick, daughters-in-law, partners, grandchildren David, Sean, Aoife, Dara, Keava, Cian, Finn, Caelum, Rohan, Connor, Daniel, Evan, Leah, and Reece, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends

Reposing in Jennings Funeral Home, Oscar Traynor Road, Coolock on Friday afternoon, family will be attendance from 4pm to 6pm. Removal to St. Joseph’s Church, Bonnybrook on Saturday morning for 10am Funeral Mass, followed by cremation in Glasnevin Crematorium. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to St. Francis Hospice, Raheny.

Published : 9-Sep-2016

ESB celebrates Culture Night 2016


Since its humble beginnings as a small scale cultural show in 2006, Culture Night has become an important all-island event that celebrates Ireland’s culture, creativity and the arts.

This year, the annual event takes place on Friday, September 16 with cultural organisations and venues extending their opening hours to allow visitors a unique insight into some of Ireland’s most iconic buildings and cultural work.

More than 350,000 people visited museums, galleries, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres across the country last year. As always, ESB is opening their doors to specially organised events.

Chamber Choir Ireland @ ESB Headquarters, Dublin 2

Time: 6-8pm
The prestigious Chamber Choir Ireland will perform at ESB’s headquarters on Lower Fitzwilliam Street on Culture Night, with visitors also offered the opportunity to see some of ESB’s art collection and building. The Choir will offer several short and varied performances between 6pm and 8pm as part of their Choirland programme which celebrates 100 years of Irish Choral Music.

No. 29, Dublin’s Georgian House Museum

Time: 5pm-10pm
Come and discover the jewel in the crown of Georgian Dublin. Enjoy the beauty, grandeur and history of this beautifully restored townhouse which depicts home life in middle class Dublin from 1790 -1820. Learn about the fortunate who lived in such elegant homes, and the less fortunate who worked in them. Wander through the house at your leisure throughout the evening. Visitors can enjoy live music from the Astral String Quartet who will perform an eclectic mix of classical and popular favourites in the opulent surroundings of the Drawing Room from 7pm to 9pm.

ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art, National Gallery of Ireland, D2

Time: 5pm-9pm
The ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art collects archival materials relating to the history of Irish art. This includes unique documents such as artists’ letters and diaries, as well as rare and illustrated books. On a special behind-the-scenes tour for Culture Night, guests will have the opportunity to see and learn more about these exciting artefacts and objects. Three half-hour tours will run through the evening, at 6pm, 7pm, and 8pm. Places are limited to 15 people per tour, and bookings can be made in advance by telephone or email to csia.

Book early to avoid disappointment!

Published : 9-Sep-2016