Dragons at The Docks is the inaugural fundraiser organised by the Irish Property Industry which aims is to raise invaluable funds to assist in alleviating homelessness in Dublin, whilst offering a perfect opportunity for networking within the property sector. The event was held on the evening of Thursday 31 August 2017 at Grand Canal Dock.
The event consisted of sectorial dragon boat racing, live entertainment, special guests and a BBQ. 60 companies entered a team of 12 competitors each, no experience was necessary and dragon boat racing is suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
Scott Tallon Walker Architects entered the “Built Environment Challenge” category and did us proud.
Philip Jackson (centre) of Scott Tallon Walker Architects at the opening of the Clonakilty Street Carnival presenting the community with the Great Town Award 2017 on behalf of the Academy of Urbanism.
(left) Councillor Christopher O’Sullivan, Member of Cork County Council (West Cork Municipal District) and Chairperson, Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce.
(right) Seamus McGrath Mayor of the County of Cork, Councillor.
The second annual Clonakilty Street Carnival took place on Friday June 2nd 2017 in a splash of colour. Visit www.clonakilty.ie for more information.
Well done to the Scott Tallon Walker team. Hoping to retain our title as the Fastest Architects in Cork in the Grant Thornton Corporate 5k Team Challenge.
William Walsh, Naomi Lawlee, John O’Connor and Keith Cleere