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'The flowers will wither ... it's about kindness': Dublin pensioners on the key to a long, happy relationship

The members of Clontarf Active Retirement Association sat down with us for a chat and a cup of tea to share their knowledge.


IT’S VALENTINE’S DAY. Couples all over the country will be buying each other flowers, paying babysitters and heading out for dinner.

But, after that first rush of romance – those first months and years together – what comes next?

The members of Clontarf Active Retirement Association were good enough to sit down with us for a chat and a cup of tea and share their secrets.

Watch: ‘This couple got a special Valentine’s blessing today, right beside the remains of St Valentine’

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