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Ireland Pictures: The aftermath after wheelie bin set alight in old disused bandstand in Dublin park

13:45  10 january  2018
13:45  10 january  2018 Source:   thejournal.ie

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The shelter had actually been due to be taken down by Dublin City Council until Sunday’s fire.

The fire is believed to have started when a wheelie bin was placed near the front door and set alight . The landlord was told by gardai to give the occupants a key after he had changed the locks. Cost of living in dublin :rent,salary,healthcare,transportation

  Pictures: The aftermath after wheelie bin set alight in old disused bandstand in Dublin park © DCC  DUBLIN FIRE BRIGADE responded to reports of a fire in Donnybrook’s Herbert Park on Sunday night, but locals are relieved that it was a disused shelter rather than the famous bandstand that was set alight.

The bandstand in the park was featured in the video for Phil Lynott’s 1982 hit Old Town, but there is another shelter in the park that was set alight on Sunday night.

It is understood that this particular shelter, that had been fenced off by Dublin City Council, was a hub of anti-social behaviour in the area for some time.

The shelter had actually been deemed dangerous by officials but groups of young people had taken to gathering around it at night time.

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After the Lidl store in Tallaght in Dublin was looted on Friday night during Storm Emma, this is footage of the aftermath .

After dabbling in Dublin ’s past, head to Temple Bar to get a sense of the city’s culture. To keep the good times rolling, head across the River Liffey to the Old Jameson Distillery. On your next romp to Ireland, set out on Dublin tours for a peek into the country’s largest city.

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