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Council Partners News Transport
Leitrim County Council, in partnership with Cavan County Council, Sligo County Council, Fermanagh & Omagh District Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) and Department for Infrastructure (DfI), is developing the Sligo, Leitrim, Northern Counties Railway (SLNCR) Greenway. This project is to provide a high-quality greenway from Sligo Town to Enniskillen, County
Council Partners Health News
The Clare Local Community Development Committee’s (LCDC) Healthy Clare team, based in the Rural and Community Development Directorate at Clare County Council, have created a Healthy Clare Wellbeing Calendar for 2023. The theme of ‘health and wellbeing’ flows through each month by highlighting: National and international health awareness dates. Tips on ways of ‘keeping
Council Partners News Technology
Dublin City Council launched Dublin Discovery Trails – ‘Doors into Docklands’, the first in a series of mobile app based immersive discovery trails with innovative Augmented Reality. The App, which has been co funded by Dublin City Council and Fáilte Ireland through its Destination Town Investment Scheme will help to further unlock the tourism potential of the Docklands
Council Partners Culture News
Locations throughout the Mid-West will be transformed into 1940’s Germany this month, for the filming of a major feature film set during World War II. God’s Spy, the true story a German theologian and pastor who stood up to the Nazis, is currently being filmed in the region and is directed by Todd Komarnicki, a prolific screenwriter, producer and novelist. […]
Council Partners News
The Age-Friendly Programme of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and the County Age-Friendly Alliance are delighted to launch the 2023 dlr Age-Friendly Magazine. This free 84 page, full-colour magazine is packed with information on Age-Friendly activities, services and supports available in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (dlr) as well as articles, creative writing, recipes,
Council Partners Culture News
Ireland’s largest food festival, West Waterford Festival of Food, will return to its traditional Spring date next year, taking place from 14-16 April 2023. The confirmed date comes as the festival reveals record attendance figures of 67,000 for the 2022 West Waterford Festival of Food, which was held in June. The programme featured an eclectic mix of […]
Council Partners News
Louth County Council has been invited to participate in the PEACEPLUS programme. €4,679,354 has been allocated in principle to the Council for community activities and infrastructure projects towards building peace and reconciliation. These projects are dependent on a submission of a co-designed local action plan. Your involvement during the process of public consultation