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Wednesday 13th November 2019 14:21

People Leaving

Retirement of Frank Graham /
After 23 years of dedicated service, Frank Graham is re iring and moving on to the next chapter of his life. Frank joined the ESB in 1996 and during his time here has worked with distinction as the Senior Control Room Operator in Head Office Security.
Frank has not only become the friendly face of security but also a great friend and colleague to many of us over the years. We would like to wish him the very best of luck and happiness in his future ventures.
To mark his departure, Frank would like to invite all his friends and colleagues to join him in McGrattan’s on Fitzwilliam Lane at 5.30pm on 6th December next.
If you wish to be associated with the collection for Frank, please contact the following: – Sylvia McGillway main reception Two Gateway.
Daragh Tyrrell Security Central Station Two Gateway.
Sara Farrington Rm 303 3rd Floor 42 Merrion Sq.
Jakub Moskalczuk Rm 204 2nd Floor 42 Merrion Sq.

Thank you from Martin Heavey /
I would like to thank all those who attended the send-off celebrations last week to mark my retirement from ESB, and made it a really enjoyable and memorable occasion for Susanne and myself.
I also want to thank those who sent their good wishes, and all the colleagues, past and present, with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working during my ESB career. Wishing you all every success for the future.
Best Regards,

Sports & Social

Dublin University Choral Society Presents: Mendelssohn’s Walpurgisnacht and Christus/ Seamus Finn
Dublin University Choral Society Presents: Mendelssohn’s Walpurgisnacht by University of Dublin Choral Society on 19th and 20th November in Examination Hall, TCD (Parliament Square, Trinity College Campus, Dublin 2) Tickets €5.85 – €22.20 are available on eventbrite at
University of Dublin Choral Society is pleased to present Mendelssohn’s Walpurgisnacht, Mendelssohn’s Christus and Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture.
David Leigh conducts these monumental works in the beautiful surroundings of Trinity’s Exam Hall, located in the historic parliment square of Trinity College, in the shadow of the iconic campanile.
Mendelssohn’s Walpurgisnacht is a Choral favourite in past decades and a rare example of a substantial choral work with a secular, non-religious text. It sets a poem by Goethe, which tells of the Druids in the Harz mountains attempting to celebrate May Day, which brings them into conflict with the Christians. This most dramatic and exciting of works brings to life the vivid imagery of the poem.