As part of National Bike Week 2020, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council is holding a number of public bike clinics: - Sept 24 Crofton Rd 12.30 - 3pm - Sept 25 Carmanhall Rd 12.30 - 3pm - Sept 26 Stillorgan Library 10.30 - 12.30pm Come along for your free bike check and basic repairs!
Little Friedas, Pottery Road Wednesday to Saturday 9-3 Now open 4 days per week for delish Roasted Brown coffee, scones, pastries, treats, brunch and lunch - all takeaway Piccolo Bistro Caffe, Cabinteely Italian Piccolo Bistro Caffe' is open from Monday to Saturday just take away , order and collect . Monday - Thursday 10 -... Continue Reading →
An update from Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council on what level 3 means for its services and events planned for the coming weeks. Library Service: Libraries will be closed but Contact and collect service in operation, where the public can contact the library and request items for collection at a designated time. Customers will still... Continue Reading →
The National Transport Authority has allocated funding totalling €55m to 547 projects in 11 counties to support pedestrian and cyclist movement and to enhance accessibility in cities, towns and villages.Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have been allocated €8.9m. Some of the projects in dlr include Protected cycle lane on both sides of Clonkeen Road Protected... Continue Reading →
We have just received this message from Jennifer Carroll MacNeill TD regarding Tully Church. "Hi, just a quick note in relation to an Irish Times article posted on August 3rd re. responsibility for Tully Church. I discussed this with my colleague Councillor Jim Gildea about this and wrote to Minister O'Donovan to find out more.... Continue Reading →
We've been asked to share this by a local resident - "Just to let parents be aware that on Saturday the 8th of August during the evening at 6:45pm my son, who’s 12 was cycling home. He was on Avondale Road coming up towards the roundabout at Killiney Towers there when 10 boys all around... Continue Reading →