Below is a piece I wrote for the college paper that I am editing this academic year. Dr. Ryan graciously gave up a half an hour of his holidays to chat to me about the conditions of his retirement village in Limerick. Let me know what you think. Castletroy Park Retirement Village Resident’s Association will … Continue reading Castletroy Park Retirement Village Resident’s Association Launch Campaign to #saveourvillage
Rathpeacon G.A.A. club have launched three underage ladies football teams for the first time in their history. The launch was announced on the club’s Facebook page on Wednesday afternoon. Originally formed in 1943, the small club just north of the city has traditionally only had men’s junior teams. However, numbers have been growing steadily at … Continue reading Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Title: Wild Mountain ThymeDirector: John Patrick Shanley.Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama.Main Cast: Emily Blunt, Jamie Dornan, John Hamm, Christopher Walken.Runtime: 102 mins.IMDb rating: 5.7/10.My rating: 4/10.Quick summary: Rosemary and Anthony live on neighbouring farms, and the two seem to be the perfect match. The problem is, Anthony is painfully shy and can barely look in her … Continue reading Wild Mountain Crime
The Lost Gecko’s newest single ahead of their Scatterbox EP, due for release later this year, can be described in a word that also describes the band that plays it so well: Authentic. This word applies to all songs from this indie outfit. Each song has a genuine story behind it and is inspired by … Continue reading “I Can Hear Echoes” – The Lost Gecko Single Review
As Editor-in-chief of University of Limerick’s college paper, An Focal, I write some news pieces from time to time about things going on on campus. Have a look at my piece about the Student Life president’s tweets regarding the potential harmful impact of increased student intake in UL and around Ireland over the next few … Continue reading An Focal – UL Student Life President Tweets About Potential Student Influx
Hello there. I’m Cian, the rambler of Rathpeacon. Since writing my first book in primary school about a revolutionary group of animals in a cruel circus the writing bug has been a part of me. Combining that with a love of music, movies and examining my journey with mental health, the Rathpeacon Rambler blog has grown slowly but steadily over the last few years. Check out some of my favourite pieces I’ve written on the left, as well as my podcast which may very well make a comeback!
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