Mia Parsons album is called 'OCEAN and Other Short Stories by Mia' Music by Drazen Derek
MIA OCEAN AND OTHER SHORT STORIES
Twelve track album from Irish based singer songwriter Mia Parsons, features some lovely laid back folky tinged sounds with little jazzy moments, manages to be both lush and rustic at the same time, features the track song for my son as featured in a recent article in the Irish Times, October 2007
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ireland.com - The Irish Times - Wed, Oct 10, 2007 - Lament for a Lost Child ..
The Irish Times. www.ireland.com/newspaper/features/2007/1010/1191668854710.html - Similar pages
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Barnardos - What we do
Barnardos supports children and families through providing a number of direct family support services located throughout the country. We also operate a number of national services for children and families - such as the Barnardos Bereavement Counselling service for children and Beacon Guardian ad Litem service - to support children involved in family law proceedings. The National Children's Resource Centre supports parents and professionals working with children with information, research, training and publications. Our other services include Origins, Adoption Advice Service and Family Welfare Conferences.
We know that Barnardos can't reach all children in Ireland who may need our support. We are also committed to ensuring that Ireland is the best place in the world to be a child. Barnardos' experience as a provider of services is critical in adding authority to our increased advocacy. Barnardos is raising its voice is a focused and targeted way to speak on behalf of children and families whose rights are over-looked and whose well-being is under threat. You can read more about our newly expanded advocacy department and its goals here.
This website is a snapshot of the range of services that Barnardos' provides and if you have any queries about our services please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Adoption Board / Adoption Authority of Ireland
& National Contact Register
Address: Shelbourne House, Shelbourne Road , Dublin 4.
Main Switchboard: 01-2309300
Duty Social Worker: 01-2309306
Holds records for:
St Therese Adoption Society, Whitefriar Street , Dublin 8
Birth Cert info
General Register Office Research Room
Now located in the Irish Life Centre, Lower Abbey Street
(formerly on Lombard St.)
Tel: +353 (0) 1 635 4423
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