Art Competition for the Our Balbriggan Loves Learning Festival

Balbriggan residents are being asked to illustrate their love of learning in a competition to launch a three-day festival to celebrate education in Ireland’s youngest town. To encourage local people to get involved in the Our Balbriggan Loves Learning Festival, organisers are challenging everyone to engage their creative juices in a photography and art competition

Balbriggan Enterprise Centre to Expand Remote Working Office Space

the Balbriggan Enterprise and Training Centre has announced they will be expanding their office space suitable for remote workers and start-up businesses.

Great news for Balbriggan – the Balbriggan Enterprise and Training Centre has announced they will be expanding their office space suitable for remote workers and start-up businesses. Eighteen desks will be available, some individual offices, a meeting room and a shared space for use by community groups in the revamped 3,200 square feet facility. In

New Year To See New Dawn For Balbriggan With Opening of Hub

The new year will see a new era dawn for Ireland’s youngest town as the Our Balbriggan rejuvenation plan starts to have a visible effect on the area. There has been huge progress on the plan, which has been shaped by the views of the people of the town, according to the Balbriggan Leadership Group.

The Fingal Coastal Way Proposal

Fingal County Council is proposing to develop the Fingal Coastal Way, which will provide a high quality, safe, attractive and environmentally sympathetic coastal walking and cycling route to serve Fingal that will run through Newbridge Demesne, Donabate, Rush, Loughshinny, Skerries and Balbriggan. The proposed rural and urban greenway will encourage active recreation such as walkers,

Harry Reynolds Road Pedestrian and Cycle Route

Fingal County Council is proposing to provide improved pedestrian and cycling facilities on Hamilton Road and Harry Reynolds Road in Balbriggan. The scheme will improve accessibility and provide a safer environment for walking and cycling. The development of a high quality cycle and pedestrian network is a key objective to make Balbriggan an attractive place

Mary Coughlan to take the stage in Balbriggan

Internationally acclaimed blues and jazz singer Mary Coughlan is set to perform in the Bracken Court Hotel, Balbriggan on Sunday December 1. Mary will appear with special guests The Hampton Trio in a concert organised by Balbriggan Autumn Jazz and supported by Our Balbriggan and Fingal County Council. Dubbed Ireland’s answer to Billie Holiday, Mary

Bremore Park Online Consultation Now Open

Fingal County Council is progressing a park development plan to guide the future development of Bremore Regional Park. The primary objective is to develop a 20 year Park Develop Plan and reach consensus with stakeholders to deliver a sustainable vision for Bremore Regional Park in the face of population growth and increasing levels of community

Nominations for Balbriggan Town Awards 2019 now open

Balbriggan Community Liaison Committee wishes to announce the Balbriggan Town Awards 2019. The Awards have been a great success over the years and have had the support of the wider community. The Balbriggan Community Liaison Committee comprises of local community and business representative groups working together with elected members of the Balbriggan area supported by

Masterplan for Bremore Regional and Amenities Park

Fingal County Council is currently undertaking the process of developing a Park Development Plan for Bremore Regional Park. As part of that process an informal public consultation process is underway to glean local insight and knowledge to input into the park development plan design process. The initial consultation workshop held in Balbriggan on July 30th

VIDEO: Ireland’s first buggy parade in 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