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Travellers Votes Matter

Travellers can make a difference with their vote.

Southside travellers Action Group Ceremony of Education Achievement Awards June 26 of 2019

STAG held and opening day last week on the 13th and 14th (Monday & Tuesday) from 9.30am to 4.00pm

to support members with applications

& Garda authorisation.

The Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. presented certificates to Southside Travellers students.

Jan 12, 2018

Are you on the specific Traveller Housing List?

Community Registration Night takes place at our premises on Wednesday 24th January between 6:00pm - 7:00pm.

Please call Jennie on 087 7709960 for further information

Free Legal Advise

Free of charge legal advice clinics organised as part of the Council of Europe JUSTROM programme will be held: in Southside Travellers (STAG) 

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Nov 17, 2017













To celebrate Movember and create greater awareness of health issues facing men, Pavee Point are organising an information session focusing on prostate cancer.

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Every Tuesday 7pm - 9pm

Chill Out Zone








The Chill Out Zone is a weekly event held by the Southside Travellers Action Group and is open to women of all ages.

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Please complete by 7th December

Homeless Shoe Box Appeal 2017









With Christmas approaching, we should give thought to those who are less fortunate.

The Southside Travellers Action Group has launched their Homeless Shoe Box Appeal for 2017.

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Every Wednesday 4pm - 7pm

STAG Men’s Shed








The STAG Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men can come together.

It is held every Wednesday from 4pm until 7pm at the STAG building, 5 Furse Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate.

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Oct 12, 2023

Blast from the Past and How Times Have Changed

As part of the Festival of Inclusion

Celebration of Traveller Culture through the Generations

Southside Travellers Action Group (STAG)



• Read “The Prince”, a book created by young Travellers

• Play/explore with a 3D miniature handcrafted, self-made, chrome old style caravan made by Traveller women who used to travel and live in them; come hear their stories of adventure

• Learn and hear the Traveller unique specific language (Cant) and the story of how it was created

• Come see our wall of classic photography which captures the stories and songs of Travellers

• Don’t miss this opportunity to gain an inspiring insight into the wonders of the Traveller Community


Location: Concourse, County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire 

Time: 9th to 13th October (Interactive Workshop on Fri 4pm-6pm) 

Contact: Mary McDonagh, Southside Travellers Action Group, Sandyford 01 295 7372 /


Oct 08, 2017

Festival of Inclusion – Connecting Communities









The Festival of Inclusion “Connecting Communities” is a festival to celebrate and promote the activities of community groups and volunteers in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. This diverse festival will take place between 6th-14th October with exciting events such as the Community 5k run, The Big Sing which includes a live orchestra in the heart of dlr town, and The Mountains to the Sea Downhill Challenge, a spectacular family friendly community walk following the new route of the Dublin Mountain Way.


In addition to the numerous events, there will be the chance to visit the annual art exhibition which will display the tremendous work by dlr’s network of volunteers and community organisations who strive to address disadvantage and marginalisation.

If you would like more information about all the events and see the brochure, please download here.

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