The Angels of Merchants Quay

Hi Eric

Thanks for the follow

I just realised my days are determined and lead down paths from the feedback by my readers and followers around the world, like you. So thanks for the input.

All your comments and feedback encourage (greatly), uplift and even inspire me to follow “this road less travelled”.

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“waking up sleepy-head” craig

“the world’s fourth worst writer”



* and definitely NOT a police constable)


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…”of chaos” (in the “real world”, so says “the nurse”)

Together, one mind, one soul, one life, one small step at a time, let’s plant seeds of hope, then march together towards a better future…a far brighter tomorrow

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“Merchants Quay Ireland (MQI) is a national voluntary organisation that helps people who are homeless and those caught in addiction. We provide frontline services, practical supports, pathways towards recovery and innovative responses to the issues of drug use and homelessness in Ireland.” –MQI.

The Merchants Quay Project was setup in 1989 with just two rooms and a drop-in centre. It was not until 2001, that the homeless and drugs services operating at Merchants Quay, were brought together under one management structure and became MQI.

With over 63,000 cases presented for problem drug use in Ireland between 2011 and 2017 according toThe Health Research Board, the staff at MQI are certainly kept busy. MQI are one of the very small few organisations that offer a needle exchange service to drug users that inject.

Christine Leddy is the…

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