Can anybody in, or near, Sandymount help please?

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10 Jan 2018 10:30 #1 by JohnH (John)
This message was received on the ITFS facebook page:

"Hi, Hope this is the right forum for this question. We are a college that helps and trains adults with disabilities, we have a fine tropical fish tank in our canteen that helps with stress and relaxation of our users. we would love someone to come in and advise us on a way forward as we are struggling to keep fish. Any help would be appreciated.
Paul"


Unfortunately it's a bit too far off my radar to be able to go to help so if anyone could be in a position to help/advise Paul please respond here and we can then put you in touch with Paul.

John

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N. Tipp

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10 Jan 2018 16:56 #2 by Bill (Bill Hunter)
I hope someone can help them, it would be a shame if we couldn't. It's an excellent opportunity to show what can be achieved via the forum and the society.
unfortunately I'm too far away otherwise I would be happy to help.
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10 Jan 2018 22:36 - 10 Jan 2018 22:36 #3 by fishmad1234 (Craig Coyle)
My mother and father in law live in samdymount and I'm only 20 minutes away.

I would love to get in touch and help out

Regards
Craig

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11 Jan 2018 08:40 #4 by Dihanio (Paulie Hanlon)

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11 Jan 2018 10:33 #5 by JohnH (John)

fishmad1234 wrote: My mother and father in law live in samdymount and I'm only 20 minutes away.

I would love to get in touch and help out

Regards
Craig


Thanks Craig, I'll pass on your kind offer.

John

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11 Jan 2018 11:31 #6 by fishmad1234 (Craig Coyle)
Thanks John.

When Paul gets in touch I might see if he wants me to maintain the tank for them go in every 2 weeks and do a water change etc get general upkeep.

It is really close so I would love to really help them out.

Also I think I'll make a thread about it before and after pictures.

Don't know what the situation is with the tank don't know what type of fish they are trying to keep but.

Depending on what the situation is I'm getting a bit creative thinking of setting up an African cichlid tank with some of the more hardier species.


Looking forward to lending a hand.

Regards
Craig

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11 Jan 2018 13:55 #7 by JohnH (John)
Here's the tank in question.


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11 Jan 2018 15:06 #8 by Dihanio (Paulie Hanlon)
You're gonna have fun with that tank, Craig

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11 Jan 2018 16:28 #9 by Bill (Bill Hunter)
Looks like a nice task for you, Craig, good luck.
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13 Feb 2018 12:29 #10 by JohnH (John)
Because of Craig (unfortunately) being unable to continue with this project (see his post below) the shout goes out again for someone who could help out with this. The offers of equipment are still valid so if another member could possibly step in it would be enormously helpful to the College.

John

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