87 schools and over 5,500 5th & 6th class students completed 25.2 miles over 8 weeks, training 4 times a week in school before completing the last mile at a specially organised 1-mile event on November 13th
The Draft Register of Electors 2020/2021 is currently on display at Fingal County Council offices, Libraries, Garda Stations, Post Offices and online at voter.ie and will be available for inspection until 25th November 2019.
Fingal County Council hosted the launch of the 19th edition of the Dublin Economic Monitor where it was revealed that the capital is close to full employment, with the areas of finance, insurance and real estate activities hitting all-time highs, supported by Brexit relocations.
Local Enterprise Office (LEO) Fingal has reported the largest increase in Trading Online Vouchers (TOV) applications in the last 2 years, from small businesses planning to invest in their online sales platform. 61 Fingal businesses were awarded €163,000 worth of TOV grants so far in 2019.
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.
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.
Artist's Alan James Burns' VR exhibition to be experienced in the Carnegie Library. The artwork is jointly commissioned by Fingal County Council Arts Office and the European Commission’s SciArt and is funded by the Arts Council of Ireland Open Call Award.
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.
The 2019 Fingal Festival of Fire is fast approaching with spooktacular events planned for Blanchardstown, Balbriggan and Swords on Thursday, Oct 31 as part of the Safer Halloween initiative. Check out this fabulous fireworks video. Residents can expect more of the same this year.
Over 3,300 Fingal primary school students will run a marathon as part of the MarathonKids Programme, an eight week initiative to increase physical activity among young people.
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.