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Covid-19

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 www.fingal.ie

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.

Naul Village

Naul

Where traditional music and culture are celebrated

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Welcome to Naul

Naul is a small village at the northern edge of Fingal.

The Delvin River, which is at the northern side of the village, marks the boundary with County Meath. The River Delvin features cliffs of about 20 metres at one point, and a small natural waterfall.

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (SEAC) is located in Naul. The idea for a cultural centre based on the achievements of Séamus Ennis, an Irish musician, folklorist and music collector, had its origins in the Scoil Shéamuis Ennis, a festival held every October in the Naul area.

 

Seamus Ennis Centre

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

This cultural centre promotes and develops the traditional arts by organising and hosting regular recitals, music sessions, workshops and classes.

Delve into the vibrant traditional creativity of Ireland in the hometown of one of its artistic heroes.

Four Knocks

Fourknocks Passage Tomb

Among the northern reaches of the Naul, just ten miles from Ireland's most famous passage tomb, Newgrange, lies the Fourknocks megalithic tomb. The site dates from 1800 BC and has many of the features of the Boyne Valley tombs.

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