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Emergency Management

26 Mar 2020

Fingal County Council and COVID-19: Help us to help you.

Fingal County Council's public offices are now closed to the general public.

A number of our services can be completed over the phone, by mail or online.

You can contact Customer Care Unit at 01 8905000 . Paperwork can be sent by e-mail. E-mail addresses may be found on our website at

Full details can be found here.


Fingal Community Response Forum

A dedicated community support helpline and email address has been launched to assist at-risk members of the public in accessing non-emergency and non-medical supports and advice. Find out more here.

Heritage from Home - Aerial Photography

Aerial Photography by leo Swan

Aerial Photography provides us with a fascinating record of the changes to Fingal’s landscape over the years.

Whereas now we are all used to drones and seeing our towns, coasts and monuments from the air, aerial photography was previously undertaken much less frequently and the results were often difficult to access.

There were however those who combined their passions for flying and photography-such as Leo Swan. A schoolteacher, archaeologist, Flying Tiger and reciter of bawdy poems, Leo Swan took over 6,500 images that were bequeathed to the National Musuem of Ireland on his death and later digitized, scanned, forming the Leo Swan Aerial Photographic Archive

The photos reflect Leo’s particular interest in early medieval enclosures across Ireland and his use of techniques like infra-red photography. There are numerous photographs Fingal including the towns of Swords and Lusk as well as fields from Grallagh to Kinsaley taken during the 1970s and 1980s.

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