- REMINDER: Balbriggan Town Awards 2016
Reminder: Only 4 days left to submit your nominations for the Balbriggan Town Awards 2016. This is great opportunity to nominate a individuals and groups in recognition of their contribution to community life in Balbriggan. There are so many deserving people in the community so make sure to Continue reading →
- PA Hair Salon fundraising event for Balbriggan Cancer Support Group
On Saturday PA hair Salon in Balbriggan ran a fundraising event in aid of Balbriggan Cancer Support Group. From 9am to 1pm on the day any service that was booked into the salon the proceeds will be donated to Balbriggan Cancer Support Group. The Salon also held a raffle with prizes such Continue reading →
- Free electrical & battery event at Millfield Shopping Centre today!
European Recycling Platform Free electrical and battery recycling at Millfield Shopping centre today (Saturday 22nd October) from 10am to 4pm . Bring any used household electrical item with a plug or a battery. Non electrical items will not be collected Continue reading →
- Good morning Balbriggan!
There is certainly something special about heading out early in the morning just before the sun rises. Retailers preparing for the day ahead, the seagull crossing at the traffic lights, the runner checking his time on the parking meter, the birds singing as if the breaking of today’s new day was to be Continue reading →
- Great night at the Balbriggan Cricket Club Quiz Night
A great night at the Balbriggan Cricket Club Quiz night as quiz master Roger Kear delivered questions which would tax the brains of even the most seasoned quiz goer. Participants had some laughs as they racked their brains to answer the rounds of questions with some looking more Continue reading →
- Great turnout at the Harry Clarke and his Art in Balbriggan talk
Balbriggan Tourism organised a talk on the world-renowned Irish artist Harry Clarke and his connection to Balbriggan in SS Peter & Paul’s Church. The talk was presented by Jessica O’Donnell, Curator and Acting Head of Collections from the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin who gave a wonderful insight Continue reading →
- Planning activity on the rise in Fingal
There has been an increase of 16.6 per cent in the volume of planning applications received by Fingal County Council up to the end of August compared to the same period last year, Chief Executive Paul Reid told Councillors at the October meeting of Fingal County Council. Mr Reid reported that Continue reading →
- SCAM ALERT: Beware of bogus callers
We have had a number of calls from people in the areas regarding a scam where people are targeted by a caller saying there is an issue with your PC and it has been infected with viruses. The caller claims to be from windows and look after the windows operating systems which your computer Continue reading →