Féile Binn Éadair 2023 May (Formely known as Howth Tradfest) is an Irish and Traditional music festival in the fishing village of Howth on the outskirts of Dublin. Howth will be filled with Irish music of the past and present.
As part of Fingal County Council's Commemorations programme 2018-2023, Fingal Libraries supported by Creative Ireland have produced an exhibition and video exploring the history of the Hill of Howth tram.
An application by Fingal County Council for the provision of a permanent Outdoor Dining facility in Howth has been awarded €600,000 in funding by Fáilte Ireland under the Outdoor Dining Enhancement Scheme.
Irish Water, working in partnership with Fingal County Council, is continuing with essential works on the Howth water supply scheme in order to safeguard the water supply for homes and businesses in the area.
It’s an exciting time to be young in Fingal! The Dublin and Dún Laoghaire Education and Training Board has partnered with Fingal County Council and Music Generation to improve music education opportunities available to children and young people in the county.
Fingal County Council has commenced a second round of public consultation on the Fingal Coastal Way, the proposed 32km coastal pedestrian and cycle greenway extending from Newbridge Demesne in Donabate to north of Balbriggan.