DD LOCAL – DUNKINEELY TO LOOK ‘BLOOMING’ GREAT IN 2014

first_imgBRUCKLESS/DUNKINEELY NOTESINDOOR CARBOOT SALE BRUCKLESSDunkineely Community Ltd will be having an Indoor Car-boot Sale in Bruckless Community Centre on SATURDAY 29TH MARCH, 10AM – 2PM, so if you are interested in holding a stall, cost €10, why not come along on the day or contact the DCL for more info 074 9737052. And for all those bargain hunters out there why not come along and see what you can find!!!!! DUNKINEELY IN BLOOM 2014Dunkineely Community Ltd are hoping to run a Dunkineely in Bloom competition in 2014, to brighten up the town and surrounding areas. We are looking for volunteers!!!!Would you like to be involved, or be part of the organising, any help would be great. Please get in touch with DCL office 0749737052.KNIT AND NATTERA knitting/ crochet/ stitching group will continue Thursday 20th March 10.30am in Dunkineely Stables, where absolute beginners can learn from experienced old hands as everyone brings their own projects or chooses to knit a scarf or crochet a hat or stitch a bag for Team Hope Shoebox Appeal or some other charity. Please contact Vanessa Purdy in the DCL Office for more details on 074 9737052.DUNKINEELY J-CLUBMeets Saturday 22nd March 6.30pm-8pm, in Dunkineely Methodist Hall for all of National School age. Games, videos, Bible stories, craft and fun – all in National School are welcome – Cost €2 per sessionSTABLES YOUTH Meets Saturday 22nd March at 8.00pm. Come play Basketball/Soccer/X-Box or just chill with your friends. All in secondary school are welcome. Cost €2. Dunkineely Methodist Hall & Stables.DCL WALKING GROUPDCL walking group meets Tuesday morning, 25th March at 10am from the DCL office. Whether you would like to wander or speed walk for around an hour, it’s up to you and there will be a cup of tea afterwards…. Contact DCL office for more info on: 074 9737052DCL OFFICE Come into the office weekday mornings and use the internet (20c per half hour) or print documents (20c per page) or borrow books from DCL Library 20c per book. Contact [email protected] or call 074 9737052.DD LOCAL – DUNKINEELY TO LOOK ‘BLOOMING’ GREAT IN 2014 was last modified: March 14th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BriucklessdonegalDunkineelyNoteslast_img read more

CMA CGM Seatrade to Restructure VSA

first_imgzoom French container shipping giant CMA CGM Group and specialised reefer transporter Seatrade Group have decided to restructure the vessel sharing agreement (VSA) reached earlier this year.Under the VSA, unveiled in July 2017, the companies intended to link Northern Europe, the East Coast of the United States, Central America, the Pacific Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Peru and the Caribbean on a weekly basis. The deal was to incorporate the services known by CMA CGM as PAD and by Seatrade as Meridian.The VSA “will not proceed in its intended form,” Seatrade said, adding that the company has in recent months evaluated its global strategic options considering current market conditions, including the future involvement in the Meridian service.The revised service will be upgraded to a weekly service as from January 2018, and will among other vessels utilize Seatrade’s fully cellular and geared 2,200 TEU Colour Class specialized container vessels, combined with container equipment currently controlled by Seatrade.“Seatrade is pleased to have reached this agreement with CMA CGM securing continuation, schedule reliability and highest possible service level for Seatrade’s major customers in the trade,” the company said.The parties earlier informed that the service, which is set to improve the supply of transport between Australia and the United States, would feature 13 ships with a nominal capacity between 2,200 and 2,500 TEUs.last_img read more