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Maura Harmon remembered

The death has occurred of Mary Maura Harmon (née Kennedy)
Ballyfermot, Dublin

Harmon, Mary (Maura) née Kennedy May 28th 2022 (Late of Landen Road, Ballyfermot and of the Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre). Peacefully in the wonderful care of the staff in Clontarf Private Nursing Home. Beloved wife of the late Paddy (who was late of Independent Newspapers). Very sadly missed by her loving family. Loving mother to Paul and Colm,daughters-in-law Paula and Sharon, grandsons Declan, Andy and Joe, sisters Paula, Caroline, Yvonne and Valerie, nieces, nephews, neighbours and friends.



May she Rest in Peace.


Reposing in Stafford’s Funeral Home, Ballyfermot on Tuesday 31st May from 2pm to 4pm. Removal on Wednesday morning 1st June 2022 to Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Ballyfermot arriving for Funeral Mass at 11.15am followed by burial in Mount Jerome Cemetery.



For those who are unable to attend the Funeral Mass, it will be streamed live on Wednesday morning at 11.15am via the following link: https://www.churchservices.tv/ballyfermotassumption



The above link is provided and managed by an independent Media provider. The Funeral Home accepts no responsibility for their functionality or any interruption to a live transmission.

Date Published: Saturday 28th May 2022Date of Death: Saturday 28th May 2022

Staffords Funeral Directors – Ballyfermot
Corner of Drumfinn Road & Ballyfermot Road,
Dublin 10, D10 FY67,
Dublin

COVID 19 and the Centre

As a result of the HSE guidelines resulting from the COVID 19 public health emergency, the Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre will be closed to the public with immediate effect.We will continue to provide advice and support to families and the local community through phone(01-6264147) and email (info@ballyfermotfrc.com). We will also be using our Facebook page at Ballyfermot frc to update and keep informed. As well as all the very good public health advice, it is important to look after your mental health to cope with the difficult days that may lie ahead.

New disability access toilet

We are pleased to announce that the new disability access toilet is now completed in the Centre. This important facility is long overdue and has been made possible thanks to funding provided by Dublin City Council.The toilet is on the ground floor next to the main staircase in the Centre.

smoking cessation course starts again

The very successful smoking cessation course for women run in conjunction with the Irish Cancer Society is open again for those women who wish to give up smoking.The course will be run in both the Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre and Cherry Orchard Family Resource Centres. Get your name down if you want to give up those cigarettes!!!

 

 

Family Resource Centres a vital part of the Community

Homeless Service in the Centre

A5 drop in leaflet

smoking cessation programme starts in Ballyfermot

We Can Quit 2 is an innovative smoking cessation programme starting in two sites in Ballyfermot. Cherry Orchard and Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre will each host a group of women who will help each other to stop smoking.The community based programme is supported by the Irish Cancer Society and HSE.

Santa comes to Ballyfermot! 400 residents served Christmas dinner

Over 400 local residents were served Christmas dinner in Ballyfermot Civic Centre over two evenings in December.The annual Christmas dinners were provided by the Cup and Spoon cafe in Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre.If you want to order for external catering call us on 01-6264147

Over one thousand people used our meeting room spaces during 2016

Yes, over one thousand people used our meeting room spaces in the Ballyfermot Family Resource centre during 2016.Our annual report is available from Ballyfermot Family Resource Centre.

 

university course for free!

There’s a new university course starting in Ballyfermot Library and its free!