The All Hallows Area Association Constitution can be found here.
Treasurer & Auditors Report
The AHAA annual accounts for 2019 and 2020 can be downloaded as follows:
- The minutes from the 2019 AGM, held on Feb 25th 2019 can be found here.
- The presentation from the 2021 AGM can be downloaded in PDF format here and the meeting minutes can be downloaded here.
- The presentation from the 2022 AGM can be downloaded in PDF format here and detailed work report can be downloaded here.
- The draft minutes from the 2022 AGM, held on March 30th 2022 can be found here.
As well as having an active blog, we print, publish and deliver a regular community newsletter to all our members. It's a great way to communicate with our community about all the great events and programs we're working on. They are delivered door to door in our membership area, and we are providing them here for added convenience and for archiving purposes.
Our October 2022 Newsletter gives details on the upcoming Griffith Avenue Leaf Collection by Dublin City Council, details our ongoing work with the Council on the replacement and maintenance of trees on Griffith Avenue, a summary of the recent Griffith Avenue Mile event and more. You can download and read the newsletter here
The October 2021 Newsletter provides an update on the Griffith Avenue Leaf Collection by Dublin City Council, summarises the plan for the replacement and maintenance of trees on Griffith Avenue, an update on the correspondence between AHAA and DCC on Upper Drumcondra Road as all we a reminder for our members to check out our website. You can download and read the newsletter here
Our AHAA Newsletter from November 2020 focuses on a few initiatives that the Committee has been working on during the Covid-19 pandemic which has restricted our work program. There is an update on the Dublin City Council leaf collection service on Griffith Avenue
, an announcement on the new AHAA website
, decisions made as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and a very warm welcome to the residents of Beresford to the Association. You can download and read the newsletter here
The AHAA Newsletter from December 2019 looked back on a series of recent successful events
including the 2019 Community Event, Culture Night, and The Griffith Avenue Mile
. We also provided updates on Community Enhancement programs such as the refurbishment of street benches, and plans for our Heritage Signage. You can download the newsletter here
The AHAA Newsletter from June 2018 covered a summary of our plans for what was then the upcoming June 2018 Community Summer Event, Community Tidying tips, the installation of planters and the ever present backdrop of planning developments in the area. You can download the newsletter here
The AHAA Newsletter from October 2017 featuring a recap of our second annual Community Summer Event, our new Community Text Alert initiative and recent planning matters. You can download the newsletter here