An initial €10 million rejuvenation scheme represents the start of Our Balbriggan - a three-year vision for the future of the town which you can help shape over the next few weeks.
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The latest news from Our Balbriggan
Ireland’s first-ever ‘Buggy Parade’ launched the inaugural children’s ‘Our Balbriggan Grasshoppers Festival’ on Friday August 16-18, 2019. The festival, a fun-packed event aimed at children under six years of age, celebrates Balbriggan’s place as having the youngest percentage population in Ireland. The brainchild of Acting Up Arts and fully supported by Our Balbriggan and Fingal
Ireland’s first-ever buggy parade took place on Friday 16 August with families from all over Balbriggan getting involved and decorating their prams and buggies. The Our Balbriggan Grasshoppers Festival which was held over the weekend celebrated the fact that Balbriggan has youngest percentage population in Ireland. Grasshoppers is the brainchild of Acting Up Arts and is
As part of the commitment to the Our Balbriggan Plan, Fingal County Council and Dublin City University have partnered to bring the Boston-based Berklee Music School’s programme to Ireland. 31 of the 80 places on the three-day programme have been given to students from Balbriggan’s Loreto Secondary School, Ardgillan Community College and Bremore Educate Together