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Eircode Has Arrived

0 July 23, 2015

An Eircode is a smart location code for all Irish addresses. Unlike other countries, where postcodes define clusters or groups of addresses, an Eircode will identify an individual address – rural or urban – and help show exactly where it is located. This means every residential address and business (more…)

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Water Quality on Fingal Beaches

0 July 7, 2015

With  the good weather set to return over the coming days, beach goers are advised to keep up to date with the water quality reports on Fingal beaches.   Temporary advisory notices have been issued advising against bathing in respect of all identified beaches in Fingal:  Balbriggan Front beach; (more…)

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Community Alert!

0 July 1, 2015

We have had reports of a number of cars and sheds being broken into over the last few weeks.  Please double check to make sure you   lock your car leave nothing of value (anything that can be sold!) inside.  Remember even if you leave your car open no one has the right to enter your car so (more…)

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Fingal Development Plan 2017 – 2023

0 April 2, 2015

Fingal County Council, in consultation with the community and other stakeholders, is making a new Development Plan that will shape the future growth of the County over the next 6 years. The review commenced on Friday the 20th of March 2015 and will take up to 2 years to complete, (more…)

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Fancy a New Car for Christmas?

0 November 3, 2014

Progressive Credit Union will be holding more Car Draws in both November and December including a free car draw for the end of the year.  Members can sign up to the car draw for only €5.50 every week. The October Car Draw took place last Friday (more…)

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Red Flag Advisory Notices on Fingal Beaches

0 August 5, 2014

Cllr Grainne Maguire has forwarded a notice from George Sharpson, Principal Environmental Health Officer instructing that Advisory Notices be displayed at all beaches due to overflows at a number of pump stations. Red Flags will be flown at all beaches and Blue Flags (4 beaches) (more…)