"We need a representative who is passionate about change. You're that person!"
Sabrina Ferris
"I've worked closely with Cllr Francis Timmons many times, and he always comes from a strong social justice perspective. He's extremely hard working, passionate. We need strong Independent voices like Francis in our Councils and local authorities."
Senator Frances Black - Independent
"I am glad that a person of such integrity is going forward for public office."
Jim Jackman (Former President of the National Parents Council PP)
"He has inspired many people first hand and nothing ever seems to stop him promoting fairness and equality!"
Shonach Hanaphy
"It is a breath of fresh air to have a man such as yourself represent the forgotten public. With your years of first hand experiences, kindness and your courage to ask the right questions to the right people."
Margaret Kerslake
“Francis is an exemplary public representative deeply embedded in his community and wider constituency. The energy that he brings to his community and voluntary work is breath-taking and humbling.”
Senator Gerard Craughwell
“A lot of what Francis does goes unseen and unreported but not unappreciated by the countless people he has helped and represented. Everything he does is framed by his long standing commitment to equality, inclusion and social justice. He truly is a politician for the people.”
Senator Gerard Craughwell
"Think you are a great independent voice for the people in Clondalkin."
Ann Reynolds
"Francis is very proactive within our community, will always follow up on your quires and mainstains clear communications at all times"
Jakki Byrne - Cherrywood
"if you need a voice on SDCC vote for Francis Timmons #1"
Mike Lowry - Newcastle
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Calling All Organisations/Special Schools in Ireland who provide services for people with a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy…
Does your Organisation / Special Schools/ Centre/ that supports people with Cerebral palsy ?Last year, 40 cerebral palsy organisations from 28 countries joined in World CP Day. This year, we’re aiming for 70 organisations from 45 countries to be part of this exciting global event.

World Cerebral Palsy Day – Wednesday 2 October 2013.

World Cerebral Palsy Day is an innovative way for 17 million people with CP to tell the world what they need to make their lives better and it’s a way to turn some of those ideas into reality.

Organisations from America, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Niger, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Singapore, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, St Lucia, Sweden, Turkey and the UK have joined together to support World Cerebral Palsy Day.

We believe ‘Change my world in 1 minute’ will inspire advocates globally to continue working for people with cerebral palsy. Do ye have 1 minute to watch this 1 min. video from people with CP ??  Change my world in 1 minute’ Video. Please click the link:-http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SOEV6fTpYkQ


There is No charge to join and you can access resources such as a marketing kit, posters, flyers and digital images.

Each organisation/Centre/School will be showcased on our social media platforms and logos will be displayed on the World CP Day website with a link to each organisation’s website.

If you are interested? Please email your organisation/School/Centre/ details (Logo, web site name) to Robyn Cummins: Email: RCummins@cerebralpalsy.org.auWorld Cerebral Palsy Day Project Manager. or Renjith Joseph, Physiotherapy Manager, Ability West, Galway. Email: Renjith.Joseph@abilitywest.ie


WALK has supported the community since 1967 and has recently identified an opportunity to provide further support through regenerating a disused building and gardens in Dublin. When complete this new multi-use community facility aims to improve many aspects of life including new opportunities for lifelong learning, increased awareness and action around health and wellbeing, greater economic and social inclusion all while stimulating community engagement and encouraging community based activities which will enhance society.

This project is supported by WALK and clearly match our organisational vision and mission which is fundamentally about a better society, about more supportive and inclusive communities, and enhanced lives for everyone.


To help make this community facility a reality please contact us today on +353 1 4650388 and ask for the fundraising department (Declan Murray), email community@walk.ie


I am appealing for all old mobile phones please give them to me for Irish Autism Action and you will be entered on a draw for your bills to be paid for a year

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