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Photo`s from Tara Solidarity Vigil

category national | history and heritage | news report author Monday July 17, 2006 16:36author by Madam K Report this post to the editors

Photo`s from Tara Solidarity Vigil ,a most pleasent and tranquil enviroment.

Tranquility Hill
Tranquility Hill

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Keeping the flame alive
Keeping the flame alive

All smiles at camp
All smiles at camp

More smiling folk !
More smiling folk !

nice shade in this heat
nice shade in this heat

author by Madam Kpublication date Mon Jul 17, 2006 16:56Report this post to the editors

The next photo shows the veiw from Tara Hill at present. The proposed motor way route is two fields short of the tower.

3.15 today 3 workers from O.P.W came to camp taking photo`s ,they left after 15 mins.

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monkey man
monkey man

more bikes less cars,more trains less motorway lanes
more bikes less cars,more trains less motorway lanes

The answere to the motorway issue is right before our noses
The answere to the motorway issue is right before our noses

hot air ballons rise behind tara, powered by the Arch Druid ?...
hot air ballons rise behind tara, powered by the Arch Druid ?...

author by JrKingpublication date Thu Jul 20, 2006 15:32Report this post to the editors

Great Pics, Any more reports how the camp is progressing?

author by Anarkittypublication date Wed Jul 26, 2006 17:59Report this post to the editors

i've recently had a text from someone who's at the camp at tara (which has been ongoing since the summer solstice in an effort to draw attention to the fact that a dual-tolled motorway will shortly be constructed through this, ireland's premier heritage site).
the camp badly needs our support. at the moment they are in need of the following:

a bowsaw,
poliprop rope 10 or 12 mil thickness,
rainwear gear,
and nails big and small

i'm hoping that some of you who are based around the dublin area can help with this as it will be much easier for ye to get to the camp then for us down in cork. anything you can do to help will be appreciated. thanks :)

author by Big trippy vortex - Love the Constitutionpublication date Wed Jul 26, 2006 19:15Report this post to the editors

We will get what is needed and will deliver same. need a contact number to phone.
trippy vortex.

author by Anarkittypublication date Thu Jul 27, 2006 10:00Report this post to the editors

That's excellent :) probably best to ring Heather 087 659-5056 and tell her ye have stuff for the camp. thanks for your help :)

author by Helen Rose - Tara Solidarity Vigilpublication date Mon Jul 31, 2006 23:41Report this post to the editors

Tara Solidarity Vigil - official statement

There will be a Procession at Tara on Wednesday 2nd August to bring the flame out from the Vigil Fire which has been burning continuously since the Summer Solstice.
This sacred Flame is being offered to all individuals and groups who wish to carry it forward, with the intention of protecting Tara Valley.
This Flame has witnessed healing and reconciliation, and we hope it will continue to be a symbol of Solidarity between all those who care about Tara.

Please assemble in the car park at 7pm.
All are welcome to visit the Vigil Fire at any time.

Website - www.tarasolidarityvigil.net

author by Madam kpublication date Tue Aug 01, 2006 15:53Report this post to the editors

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It`s been magic
It`s been magic

author by M. Ni Bhrolchain - Save Tarapublication date Tue Aug 01, 2006 18:47Report this post to the editors

The author ot the book in the photo, The book of Tara, Michael Slavin, favours the motorway. He has a shop on top of the Hill, beside the coffee shop.

author by Chris Murray - The Unmanageablespublication date Tue Aug 01, 2006 20:35Report this post to the editors


So I didn't buy his book......(s)

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