Fingal Public Participation Network
Promoting Public Participation
Join the FPPN and sign up on the Fingal Community County Register
What is the Fingal Public Participation Network (FPPN)?
Fingal Public Participation Network (formally known as Fingal Community Network) is the local Public Participation Network and therefore is Fingal's new framework for public engagement. It will provide the structure to facilitate the two way flow of information between the Local Authority and Community, Voluntary and Environmental groups. The network will enable residents of Fingal and community organisations to influence plans and policies for the future development of the County.
The Mayor of Fingal's Community Awards 2018
Applications for the Mayor of Fingal's Community Volunteer Awards are open until Friday April 27, 2018. Nominations can be made here and further information can be found here:
May 2016 Update
3rd Plenary - Saturday 21st May 2016
Riasc Centre, Feltrim Road, Swords, Co. Dublin at 9.30am (registration) to 1:15pm
All groups registered to FPPN are invited to attend. More information to follow or in the interim contact Ann or Sinead [email protected]
FPPN logo reflecting groups working in partnership was developed by the FPPN Secretariat in March 2016 and will now feature on all relevant documentation
FPPN 2016 - 2018 Workplan
Click here for more information Draft FPPN Workplan 2016 - 2018
FPPN Resource Worker
Ann Mulligan and Sinead Wiley have been seconded from Fingal County Council's Community Development Office to the position of Resource Worker. You may contact both Ann and Sinead at [email protected]
2nd Plenary – Saturday 25th April 2015
Radisson Hotel, Dublin Airport – 10am to 3pm
Dec 18th : Register with Fingal Community Network – we continue to encourage all community and voluntary organisations operating in Fingal to register with the Fingal Community Network
Dec 11th: Expression of Interest for FCN Implementation Group
FCN Implementation Group will have the primary responsibility of developing an agreed election process and establishing the FCN Secretariat. We invite expressions of interest from FCN members interested in participating in this group. Please click https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Expression_of_Interest_FCNImplementationGroup and complete the form before 5th January 12 noon to register your interest.
Dec 11th: Letter to all FCN Members – update on FCN progress Dec 11th Letter to FCN Members
Dec 5th : Pobal FAQ’s Dec 5th POBAL FAQs
Dec 4th: Letter to all FCN Members – Plenary Dec 4th Letter to FCN Members
Nov 29thFingal Community Network Plenary Minutes Nov 29th FCN Plenary Minutes
Nov 22nd FCN Candidate Biographies
Details of candidates and candidates statements running for election to the FCN Secretariat, LCDC and Strategic Policy Committees
Nov 7th: Fingal Community Network Notice of Elections Nov 7th Notice of Elections
Oct 30th : FCN Workshop Presentation – outline of information presented at the 4 Information Workshops
Oct 30th : FAQ's raised at FCN info workshops – collation of questions raised and responses circulated from the 4 Information Sessions
Oct 10th:FCN Press Release
Oct 8th: Letter to Organisations - inviting membership to the Fingal Community Network
Oct 8th: Fingal Community County Registration Form – information circulated with the letter to organisations
Oct 8th: FCN FAQs – information circulated with the letter to organisations
How can you get involved?
Sign up with the Fingal County Register. All organisations with an agreed set of rules, working structure and that are in an existence for at least 12 months with a postal address in Fingal can register. Individuals can join an existing group or organisation or can establish as an interest group to register.
To express your interest in the FPPN and request further information please contact Ann Mulligan and Sinead Wiley who have been seconded from Fingal County Council's Community Development Office to support the FPPN in the position of Resource Worker. Both may be contacted at [email protected] or Sinead 086 8123070 /Ann 087 7987929
By email: [email protected]
By telephone: (01) 890 5618