Our January 2023 ezine is out now! Take a little time out on this cold but sunny afternoon and read about what is happing in our community. Click here.
Living Streets Dún Laoghaire, a project by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council which is exploring options for sustainable mobility and public realm improvements to make the local streets safer & greener, our communities more connected, and keep our economy vibrant.
This Fund has been in operation since 2018. Since that time, we have awarded €2m in grant aid to 629 grant recipients to fund all types of water related projects. Examples include: feasibility studies; surveys and plans; biodiversity signage; water
Our last ezine for 2022 has just been published, you will find it here.
The National Public Participation Networks Annual Report 2021 has been published and can be accessed here https://www.gov.ie/en/collection/2c4a7a-public-participation-network-annual-reports/
Minister of State with responsibility for Public Health, Wellbeing and the National Drugs Strategy, Frank Feighan, and Chief Medical Officer, Professor Breda Smyth, have announced the results of the Healthy Ireland Survey 2022, funded by the Department of Health and
On Wednesday 14 December, East Midlands Caro in partnership with Urban Foresight and The Wheel will be launching a major training a mentoring programme for communities in the wider Midlands region called Eastern and Midlands Enabling Roadmap for the Green
The DLR Public Participation Network is launching its Vision Statement for Community Wellbeing this week including key findings and themes communicated by their members. The report, mandated by the Department of Rural and Community Development, identifies core issues that
Tune in to Dublin South FM 93.9FM today at 3 pm for Community Connection! This month’s episode of Community Connection will be broadcast on Wednesday 30 November at 3pm and repeated on Thursday at 4pm. Featured in this month’s episode:
The Minister for Social Protection and Minister for Justice, Heather Humphreys TD, has secured Government approval to extend the Abhaile Scheme until the end of 2023. The scheme was set up in 2016 and is designed to support families in