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Culture News
Pictured above (L-R) Mayor of Fingal Cllr. David Healy and Emer O’Gorman, Director of Economic Enterprise Tourism and Cultural Development Fingal County Council Press Release 04-05-21 Fingal County Council is delighted to announce an exciting and varied programme for Cruinniú na nÓg which takes place on June 12, 2021.  Fingal County Council is delighted to […]
Environment News Tourism Transport
Fingal County Council has commenced a second round of public consultation on the Fingal Coastal Way, the proposed 32km coastal pedestrian and cycle greenway extending from Newbridge Demesne in Donabate to north of Balbriggan. To provide an opportunity for interested parties to give feedback on the potential route options, an online non-statutory public consultation will
Culture News
Fingal County Council will be celebrating the Irish Language and culture with a fantastic online programme for Seachtain na Gaeilge this year. Fingal County Council will be celebrating the Irish Language and culture with a fantastic online programme for Seachtain na Gaeilge this year. In partnership with the Seamus Ennis Centre we will be hosting […]
Business Education Podcasts Technology
Image courtesy of @Fingal County Council. Fingal County Council has launched our very own podcast channel titled, Inside Fingal. A podcast is an audio programme, just like Talk Radio, but you subscribe to it on your smartphone and listen to it whenever you like, in the car, out walking or cutting the grass, you choose. […]
Financial News
The new funding will support projects in St. Margarets, Balrothery, Rolestown and Lusk.  Fingal Town and Villages share €190,000 in new funding from the Town and Village Renewal Scheme. The new funding will support projects in St. Margarets, Balrothery, Rolestown and Lusk. Fingal County Council has been awarded €190,000 in funding by the Department of Rural […]
News
In a statement released today by Fingal County Council it has been announced that Swords is to have a planned water outage tomorrow (Tuesday), March 27th. Water will be turned off in the following areas between 10am-4pm (approx): Kettles Lane Drynam Hall Estate Russell Terrace Estate Muileann Estate The Council have apologised for any inconveniance […]
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In a statement released this afternoon, Fingal County Council have announced there is currently a water outage in Balbriggan. “Water off until 4pm today (approx),” said the Council. Emergency repairs are underway in the affected areas of Ring Commons and Bog of The Ring. The Council said Irish Water is aware of the outage.