Recognising Community: Liberties Awards 2017 Winners

Posted By The Liberties / 18th July / , / 0 Comments

The winners of the inaugural Liberties Awards were announced at a breakfast event in the Guinness Storehouse on Tuesday 18th July.  The Liberties Awards celebrate the diverse community in which we live and work and were inaugurated this year by The Liberties Festival and SICCDA, with the support of Diageo Ireland and The Guinness Storehouse.

There are 4 categories: Person of the Year, Charitable Organisation of the Year, New Business of the Year and Established Business of the Year. The nominees and winners:

Charitable Organisation of the Year:
Solas Project
Rise Foundation
Romanian Community of Ireland
WINNER! First Fortnight

Established Business of the Year:
Liberties Party Shop, Cork Street
Tony Martin’s Butchers, Meath Street
Kathleen Farrell’s Market Stall, Thomas Street
WINNER! Jack Roche Grocer, Meath Street

New Business of the Year:
Legit Coffee, Meath Street
WINNER! Tasty8, Meath Street
L&L Hair Design, Meath Street
Craft & Co Barbers, Thomas Street

Person of the Year:
Brenda Farrell
Liz Gillis
WINNER! Liz O’Connor
Marius Morosan

Congratulations to all the organisations, businesses and people nominated. And particular congratulations to the four deserving winners!

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18-07-2017
The diversity of Dublin 8 business, community and people was celebrated at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards today. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South Inner-City Community Development Association, are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are Liam Reid, Corporate Relations Director at Diageo Ireland, Jack Roche, Winner of Established Business of the Year, Sabrina O’Reilly, Roksana Falda and Chris Parrott from Tasty 8, Winner of New Business of the Year. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.
The Liberties Festival is a non-profit, volunteer-led community and arts festival taking place from until 22 July with the support of Dublin City Council, local community companies and individuals. The full Festival programme is on www.libertiesfestival.ie.
More info contact Sile Murphy/Q4 PR 01 475 144 /086 0288132
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PIC JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY
18-07-2017
The diversity of Dublin 8 business, community and people was celebrated at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards today. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South Inner-City Community Development Association, are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are L-R Jack Roche, Winner of Established Business of the Year, Sabrina O’Reilly, Roksana Falda and Chris Parrott from Tasty 8, Winner of New Business of the Year. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.
The Liberties Festival is a non-profit, volunteer-led community and arts festival taking place from until 22 July with the support of Dublin City Council, local community companies and individuals. The full Festival programme is on www.libertiesfestival.ie.
More info contact Sile Murphy/Q4 PR 01 475 144 /086 0288132
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PIC JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY
18-07-2017
The diversity of Dublin 8 business, community and people was celebrated at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards today. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South Inner-City Community Development Association, are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are the Winners of Charity Organisation of the Year, First Fortnight, Emma Matthews Eithne McAdam Edel Doran and Michael Conlon, CEO of the South Inner-City Community Development. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.
The Liberties Festival is a non-profit, volunteer-led community and arts festival taking place from until 22 July with the support of Dublin City Council, local community companies and individuals. The full Festival programme is on www.libertiesfestival.ie.
More info contact Sile Murphy/Q4 PR 01 475 144 /086 0288132
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18-07-2017
Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are winner of Established Business of the Year, Jack Roche and winner of Person of the Year, Liz O’Connor. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.
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PIC JULIEN BEHAL PHOTOGRAPHY
18-07-2017
The diversity of Dublin 8 business, community and people was celebrated at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards today. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South Inner-City Community Development Association, are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals. Pictured at the inaugural Greater Liberties Communities Awards, which celebrate the diversity of the Dublin 8 business, community and people are Chris Parrott from Tasty 8,Margaret Byrne, Nominee for New Business of the Year, Jack Roche, Winner of Established Business of the Year, Kathleen Farrell, Nominee for Established Business of the Year and Liz O’Connor, Winner of Person of the Year. The awards, which are hosted by the Guinness Storehouse and supported by Diageo and South-Inner City Community Development Association are part of the Liberties Festival 2017, one of Ireland’s oldest and longest running festivals.
The Liberties Festival is a non-profit, volunteer-led community and arts festival taking place from until 22 July with the support of Dublin City Council, local community companies and individuals. The full Festival programme is on www.libertiesfestival.ie.
More info contact Sile Murphy/Q4 PR 01 475 144 /086 0288132
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