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Getting involved

If you too want to see the hall brought back into community use here are a number of ways that you can help.

  • Talk to your neighbours about the campaign – not everybody is online and not everybody is necessarily aware of what is happening.
  • If you are a member of the Corpus Christi congregation please raise your concerns respectfully with the church staff.
  • If you have children in Corpus Christi Girls National School please raise your concerns respectfully with the principal, Board of Management or your Parent Teacher Association representative.
  • Subscribe to our mailing list. It will be a low volume list and is probably our best way to let people know when there is a specific call to action. You can also subscribe to our social media channels.
  • Contact your elected reps:
    • City Councillors – the hall itself is in the Cabra-Glasnevin Local Electoral Area. However it is adjacent to a number of other local electoral areas including: Ballymun-Finglas to the north west; Artane-Whitehall to the north; Clontarf to the west; North Inner City to the south west. Generally it is best to contact the councillor for your area. Click here for Councillor contact details. Suggest text for your email or letter can be found here.
    • TDs – the hall itself is in the Dublin Central Dáil constituency. Contact details for your local TD’s for Dublin Central are here. The adjacent Dáil constituencies are Dublin North West and Dublin Bay North
    • Senators – while senators don’t have specific local constituencies they do get involved in local issues. Senator Marie Sherlock and Senator Mary Fitzpatrick are already engaged with the campaign.
  • Get in touch about becoming a member of the campaign’s working group.

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.

Margaret Mead