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Almost a quarter of a million people have visited the Limerick Greenway since it opened to the public on the 1st July. The Greenway is Limerick City and County Council’s largest outdoor tourism amenity. Connecting the towns and villages of Rathkeale, Newcastle West, Ardagh, Templeglantine and Abbeyfeale, this €10 million investment has provided a strategic […]
Council Partners Culture Education News
Innovate Limerick through Film in Limerick and Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board are delighted to announce the return of their Writers Factory Screenwriting Programme for budding local screenwriters in the Mid-West. First designed in the early 2000s, the Writers Factory programme has grown to be the gold-standard of screenwriting courses and has launched […]
Culture News
President Michael D. Higgins and President of the Federal Republic of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier together with their wives Sabina Higgins and Elke Büdenbender visited the Ros na Rún studios in An Spidéal, Connemara as part of the German President’s three-day state visit to Ireland to acknowledge TG4’s 25th anniversary President Higgins founded TnaG when he was […]
Culture Education News
The Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, TD, has announced a series of online webinars aimed at the theme of addressing disadvantage. Developed under the What Works initiative, this is the second ‘Festival of Learning’ and will focus on delivering fairer futures for children, young people and families in Ireland. The […]
Council Partners Culture History News Tourism
Laois County Council intend to appoint an architect-led construction design team to develop an enhancement scheme to regenerate the historic centre of Mountmellick. The council has invited companies to bid for the contract worth up to €150,000 to draw up plans for the public realm. A similar plans has been prepared for Portlaoise. A draft plan […]
Culture News
Ardú Street Art project made a triumphant return to Cork city for their second edition, bringing some of the country’s most exciting street artists to create thought-provoking, large-scale murals across the cityscape: Friz’s “Goddess Cliodhna” at St Finbarr’s Road, Shane O’Malley’s bold and bright coloured angular shapes and colours on Lower Glanmire Road, Asbestos’ “What
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Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (DLR) County Council’s annual Festival of Inclusion takes place this year from Thursday 14th – Monday 18th October with a mix of in person and online events to highlight social inclusion initiatives and to celebrate and promote activities of community groups and volunteers in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown, and the theme of this year’s festival […]
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Dublin is all dressed up and ready to celebrate. The stage is set, live acts are primed to return for passionate performances, and the lively social whirl is back for winter events in Dublin. The doors have been thrown wide open, and the red carpet rolled out. With events and excitement to be found throughout winter in Dublin, there’s […]