The annual award night for the Fingal Greener Communities Awards, which encouraged communitities to play an increasing role in our environmental response to climate change and environmental improvements, has been held.
On Thursday 3rd October 2019 the Fingal Greener Communities Awards were held in County Hall, Swords. This important competition has over the years enhanced Fingal County Council’s relationship with residents, community groups and individuals of the county.
Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Eoghan O’Brien, and Interim Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, AnnMarie Farrelly, were on hand to officially open two brand-new Skate Parks in Skerries and Balbriggan last Friday, 05th October.
Fingal County Council is delighted to support this arts and health initiative which promotes positive living through engagement with theatre, the workshops are suitable for adults or senior citizens or those affected with Aphasia who are interested in exploring new ways to communicate and participate.
A new report developed by Fingal Arts Office, along with three other arts offices, outlines the value and impact of local authority arts programmes and advises on what the sector can achieve and the measures required to support further success.
The Annual IPB Pride of Place competition is about to kick off in earnest and Fingal will be represented this year by the communities of Whitestown in Dublin15 and Flemington in Balbriggan, and the Hide Sculpture project at Rogerstown in North County Dublin.
Fingal County Council has launched a new ezine, titled Fingal News. A Fingal News Budget Special is now available to read. Fingal News will keep residents informed as to what the Council is doing for them and the actions being taken on their behalf.