"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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I cant help reflecting on what’s important at this time of a Worldwide Health Crisis!

Less cars on the road , less pollution , less rubbish around our villages  – Maybe Nature has a way of telling us that we need to look at what we are doing to our planet?

But also spare a thought for those living with domestic abuse , it is no doubt a worse time for them where work or social interaction offered some solace!

Or those going through Sexual , Mental or physical abuse , it is no doubt a worse time for them where work or social interaction and school offered some solace!

Spare some time to think of Parents struggling with Children who are feeling the strain of Lockdown!

Spare some time to think of People with Disability that are feeling frustrated and helpless!

Spare some time to think of Our Elderly that are feeling vulnerable!

Also reflect on who are our hero’s at this time , Our GPs . Doctors , Nurses , Ambulance staff  ,Care staff  etc some of these are on low wages ,  We depend on them all to keep us safe and well!

Lets reflect on all those who have come forward and answered Ireland’s call , those who look after our local communities and those in need at this strange time!

We are in strange times – its ok to feel anxious , its ok to feel afraid , its ok to feel insecure , after all we have had our world turned upside down Our norms are not as Normal for now!

In these strange times we need to Keep Safe and Be Kind , Help each other where we can , contact Friends and Family by phone or Apps!

We don’t yet know how but we will come through this and hopefully we will be a better and kinder race when we do!

For now look after yourselves and each other!


When this passes , will we have all learned a lesson ? Will we be a better , kinder and more compassionate Country ?


There is a lot to reflect on now and will be a lot more when this is over!


For now Stay Safe , Be Kind


The Lockdown is not over – the Guide is very clear – we all need to protect firstly ourselves and then others! The 5K travel restriction is still in place, social distance is still in place, washing hands and cough etiquette is still in place! People should not be out of their homes unless to go to work or short and safe exercise! We are advised to wear Facemasks in spaces where there is other people and a high risk like supermarkets, Public Transport etc Safe disposal of Gloves and Facemasks is necessary to avoid spreading the infection! It’s very simple you risk your own health and the health of others by not following guidelines! We also risk a New surge of the Virus! Covid 19 is a virus and people can die from it! Still every day More deaths are announced – this is someone’s Family! Stay Safe and Be Kind!



Shining the Light for all our Frontline Heros , all those with Covid 19 and all those that died so far – We think of you all  – We are in this together


SOUTH DUBLIN Households Generate 16,400 TONNES Of Single-Use Plastic Waste Every Year

EQUAL TO 298,000,000 (298 million) Empty 2ltr Single-use Plastic Drinks Bottles – for example

CUSP (Cease Using Single-use Plastic) will tackle this kilo by kilo over the next 10 years in line with UN 2030 Sustainability Goals

(12kg reduction annually per household and the SOUTH DUBLIN COUNCIL area will be free of ALL non-essential single-use plastic waste by 2030)

Our FREE CUSP app will guide South Dublin Households in achieving these reductions – South Dublin Council driving uptake is essential to success. 

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Clondalkin Helping Homeless (& Families in need)

We deliver FoodCloud and Food to those in need all the time and during Covid 19

If you , a family member or a friend need help

Please contact Cllr Francis Timmons @ 087 286 9315 or email info@francistimmons.com

If you see anyone Homeless contact us but also report @ https://www.homelessdublin.ie/homeless/i-am-rough-sleeping/report-rough-sleeper

Emergency Accommodation Freephone: 1800 707 707

We have been busy with FoodCloud and Food Drops – thanks to all volunteers! Since the App started We have given out the Equivalent of 52,600 meals but since 2014 a lot lot more! 



Cllr Timmons says ‘’I am delighted to having been elected as the Chairperson of the Newly formed Dublin West MS Ireland Branch , I was chair of the old branch for a number of years and I look forward to developing and building the new branch over the coming years and reconnecting with many people I would of met through MS over the years , the branch covers the whole of South Dublin , Ballyfermot , Crumlin , Walkinstown , Drimnagh and Dublin 8 and will provide a service to people living with Multiple sclerosis in these areas. I would ask that anyone who can help with fundraising for the branch contact me as we will need funds to run events and provide supports , the branch will work with MS Ireland in catering to the needs of people living with MS . My hope is that further research will continue to improve the quality of life for people living with MS and ultimately find a cure ‘’


The Branch will hold its first fundraiser coffee morning on 26th January at 1130 in Deansrath community center ,we would appreciate the support for the Newly formed branch


Multiple Sclerosis is a condition affecting the central nervous system (CNS), which consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The CNS controls the motor, sensory and cognitive functioning of the body by processing and transmitting messages through a network of nerves.


9,000 people live with MS in Ireland. MS Ireland is the national organisation providing information, vital services and support to the MS community. They provide a wide range of specialised services and resources on a national, regional and local level. Services include; Regional Community Worker programmes for one-to-one support; physiotherapy; symptom management courses; newly diagnosed sessions and the MS Information Line, one of the first services used in the time leading up to or following a diagnosis. They also provide the only national respite and therapy centre for people with MS in Ireland.

MS Ireland also provide an MS Information Line that provides professional and confidential support to everyone living with Multiple Sclerosis. People with MS, their families, friends and colleagues are encouraged to call the team of trained specialists to talk about all aspects of living with the condition. The Information Line is also there to listen to anyone concerned about MS so please get in touch if you would like to share your concerns. The line is open Monday – Friday, 10am-2pm ,Call 1850 233 233 | Email info@ms-society.ie,


Cllr Francis Timmons is running as an Independent Candidate for Dublin Mid-West says ‘’If elected I will lobby and call for a Referendum to be held that Every Child is entitled to a home free from Abuse and Neglect  , I am calling on any candidates running for the Dail to publicly support this and to commit to supporting it if they are elected. There is no sense of urgency in the delivery and building of Homes . Many Children are growing up in Hotels , Hubs or Direct Provision while many more are in Homeless services , if we are serious about cherishing all the children of the Nation Equally we need to deliver homes for Children where they are safe. I believe that this human right should be enshrined in the Irish Constitution.’’

Cllr Francis Timmons who is running as an Independent Candidate for Dublin Mid-West says ‘’If elected I will lobby and call for a National Day of Remembrance for all survivors of Institutions  and to remember all those who didn’t survive , We also need a Survivors museum and a Healing Garden, Survivors need to be able to share and tell their story if they wish. I am also opposed to locking up files for 75 years which I believe is a blatant attempt to cover up the many wrongs of the past. The Retention of Records Bill is a slap in the Face to all Survivors , Survivors should decide how the records are maintained ‘’

Timmons says ‘’I also believe The site of the last Magdalene Laundry on Sean Mc Dermot Street must remain in state ownership and serve as a place of remembrance and healing for all those who went through church and state institutions.’’

Timmons says ‘’Many of us felt firstly no one would listen and secondly that no one would believe us , I hope that Survivors issues and the needs of Survivors is dealt with by the next Government in real and meaningful manner, this Election Gives Survivors a chance to voice their issues to all Candidates running for the Dail ’’


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