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Greener Communities Competition 2019 Now Open

0 July 11, 2019

Fingal County Council’s Environmental Awareness section is pleased to announce that new categories have been introduced in 2019 Greener Communities Competition. The focus this year is on increasing pollinators and biodiversity and on fostering sustainable communities, a key role we (more…)

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Help Stop Illegal Dumping

0 July 10, 2019

As you drive through Fingal you can’t but notice household and bulky waste being dumped along roadways and in isolated areas destroying our beautiful countryside. The Environment Section in Fingal County Council are currently involved in a number of anti-dumping campaigns to help (more…)

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Fingal to agree to new Tree Policy

0 July 9, 2019

Green Party Councillor for Balbriggan Joe O’Brien was successful in getting a motion passed at Fingal County Council this week which commits the Council to starting a review of the county’s current tree strategy before the end of the year. Speaking after the motion was passed Cllr. O’Brien (more…)

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Hugely successful Flavours of Fingal Show

0 July 5, 2019

Newbridge House and Farm played host to another hugely successful Flavours of Fingal County Show on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th June. The Flavours of Fingal event has grown significantly since it began 8 years ago and is now the biggest county show in the country. The weekend was (more…)

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Plein Air Artists visit Balbriggan

0 June 23, 2019

The third annual Dublin Plein Air painting festival brought artists from all over Ireland and the world to scenic Fingal. The outdoor painting festival ran from the 17th to 23rd June and hosted paint outs, workshops and daily competitions in seven different locations around North county Dublin. (more…)

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Fingal Fieldnames Project – Phase II

0 June 14, 2019

The Fingal Fieldnames Project, now in its second year, focuses on empowering communities to ensure the survival of a vital part of our heritage and culture. It aims to help participants record, log and understand fieldnames in their area. Every field across the country has had a name at one (more…)