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Council Partners Culture News
The hugely popular #LoveDonegal campaign will return on Thursday September 8th 2022, building on the success of previous days and public interest. Last years campaign reached over 17 million people across the world and had Donegal trending for several days across social media outlets. The campaign also won the Local Authority LAMA Awards in 2021 for the […]
Council Partners Environment News
The vital work of Donegal County Council’s employees and the role they are playing in our county’s fight to tackle climate change is being highlighted for this year’s Your Council Day, which takes place on Friday 1st July. Across social media, #YourCouncilDay will showcase the work of our committed and passionate local authority employees who are […]
Council Partners Culture News
On this Saturday, May 14th, Donegal County Council and Donegal Intercultural Platform will jointly present an Africa Day celebration at the Regional Cultural Centre and An Grianán Theatre, Letterkenny. All events are FREE of Charge and all are invited to attend and enjoy. Exhibitions and Talks The celebration opens at 11.00am with a series of […]
Council Partners News
Donegal County Council in conjunction with GM Design is pleased to announce the publication of an exciting and visionary Regeneration Strategy and Action Plan for Ballyshannon Town Centre. It is a regeneration focused roadmap of key priorities and actions for the sustainable regeneration of Ballyshannon Town Centre to 2040 and beyond. The project is funded […]
Council Partners Culture News
A new online guide named ‘Happy Days’ listing arts and cultural events in the North West has been launched to provide a one-stop guide to the best family fun experiences in Derry, Strabane and Donegal. The www.happydaysnw.com website, which covers the entire spectrum of arts and culture events and experiences across the region, is a joint initiative […]
Education Environment News
Planning has been approved by Donegal County Council for two renewable, solar powered, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with additional energy storage capacity at the Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) Campus car park, opposite the main college building. The pioneering project, which is funded under the EU Interreg Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme,