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Bryan Flood left a comment for Colin Donohue
"Colin, Hope you found you way to South Pres and enjoyed the film,hope to see you at the next one"
Jan 27, 2011
CiaranH left a comment for Colin Donohue
"Hi Colin, the enterance is on the Evergreen St. side, you go through a set of double gates into a small car park and there is a red door on the left. If you have any problem finding it ring me, Kieran (Brian is away) on 086 3412029"
Jan 25, 2011
Colin Donohue commented on Bryan Flood's event ''the Age of Stupid' documentary view and vent night'
"Hi Brian could you please let me know where the entrance to this event is. I live on Douglas Street but I'm not sure which part of the convent it is on"
Jan 25, 2011
Colin Donohue is attending Bryan Flood's event
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'the Age of Stupid' documentary view and vent night at South Presentation convent,

January 25, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
As part of Transition Cork City's on-going promotional events, we are hosting the documentary 'the Age of Stupid'. please see the attached poster and pass on the word. thanks
Jan 25, 2011
Colin Donohue is attending Richard S O'Rourke's event
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Through the looking glass: Vinay Gupta at Cork

September 26, 2010 from 7:30pm to 9pm
The recent visit of Stoneleigh (aka Nicole Foss) to Ireland disturbed anyone who heard her speak about the imminent collapse of our global financial system. However, while delivering a compelling argument as to how we've gotten to this point and the inevitability of collapse, in her talk she gave little consideration to what will happen during or after such a collapse. While an unpleasant scenario to consider, we have an obligation to investigate it further. Does it mean the end of civilisation…See More
Sep 17, 2010
Colin Donohue joined Ruth Fortune's group
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Cork City

Group established in February 2010. If you live in or around Cork City come and say hello.
Jun 4, 2010
Alex Duffy left a comment for Colin Donohue
"Hi Colin Welcome aboard, I hope you enjoy our network. Warm regards Alex"
Jun 4, 2010
Colin Donohue is now a member of Transition Ireland and Northern Ireland
Jun 4, 2010

Profile Information

Where are you located?
Cork City
What Transition Town do you belong to?
None Yet
What are your main interests / skills / experience?
I am currently studying Sustainable Energy Technology in C.I.T. and have a interest in the development of towns from both a social and technological aspect.

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At 16:13 on January 27, 2011, Bryan Flood said…

Colin,

Hope you found you way to South Pres and enjoyed the film,hope to see you at the next one

At 17:19 on January 25, 2011, CiaranH said…
Hi Colin, the enterance is on the Evergreen St. side, you go through a set of double gates into a small car park and there is a red door on the left. If you have any problem finding it ring me, Kieran (Brian is away) on 086 3412029
At 14:31 on June 4, 2010, Alex Duffy said…
Hi Colin

Welcome aboard, I hope you enjoy our network.

Warm regards

Alex
 
 
 

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