First up, A big Thank You to all who joined our walking tours last month and supported us in our mission.
We’re now up to 43 five stars reviews on Trip Advisor and are slowly climbing the ranks for tours in Dublin. If you haven’t left yours yet, please give us a review here.
We had the pleasure welcome various organisations on our walking tour last month, including The Wheel, Dublin Simon’s Community, the Swiss Club Ireland, Google…and many more.
Thank you for your support!
Our Leaflet for The Liberties Tour
We are delighted to share with you our very first leaflet of The Liberties Tour. It is time to start spreading it around Dublin.
Please help us by sharing it on your social networks and with your colleagues. Please reach out if you’d like some leaflets for your place of work.
The Wheel #TheBigHello Event
Thank you to the wonderful members of The Wheel for joining us on our walking tour and connecting with the community of the Liberties as part of #TheBigHello
Some International Coverage
Thank you to the Christian Science Monitor for this very insightful piece about homelessness and Derek’s story.
“Since I started this tour, it’s completely and totally rejuvenated me. I feel like I’m living again, and I want to live again. I feel like I have a contribution to make.” - Derek McGuire
More Amazing Reviews in April
“Fantastic idea! A communitarian look at the oldest part of Dublin through the eyes of someone who both worked with the homeless and has been homeless himself…”
“Derek was humble and knowledgeable about the area and its history, weaving in his own experience of homelessness as we progressed. ”
“Derek gave a great description of life for Dublin's poor, historically and in the present day, with the very personal touch that he has been through it himself, describing it with a very moving dignity and understanding. Memorable. Congratulations and thanks to both Derek and the organisers of Secret Street Tours.”
“Just what I love in a tour: off the beaten track, mix of history, social issues, and personal experience ! Derek was just great.”
Persons Have Changed Perceptions of Homelessness.
Persons Feel More Aware and Engaged with the Issue.