Paul Timoney will host a funfilled morning of bug-making and interactive storytelling. Everyone will get to make their very own beautiful bug. We will use all sorts of recycled materials along with pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and loads and loads of sticky tape! When our creations are complete the story will begin, and the bugs... Continue Reading →
Explore the heritage of Cabinteely this Spring with Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Spring into Heritage 2019. Join a free guided tour of the magnificent eighteenth-century country house, Cabinteely House. Tours of Cabinteely House 2nd April - 26th of May 2019. Tuesday four tours on the hour 11am, 12pm, 1pm and the last tour 2pm. Sunday... Continue Reading →
Due to the success of the recent Seed Swap, Doyles Nursery will be hosting another Seed Swap on Saturday April 13th 12-4pm.
The annual Cabinteely Tidy Towns Spring Clean Up Day in Cabinteely Village takes place Saturday April 6th Between 10.30am - 12.30pm. 🐝All Help Welcome!🌻
It's very disappointing to see these posters being erected in Cabinteely and the surrounding areas. Local communities and Tidy Towns groups around the country work extremely hard to keep our towns and villages looking well. The local and European elections are taking place on Friday 24th May, 12 weeks from now. The law states that... Continue Reading →
The NTA have announced the launch of the next phase of the public consultation process for Bus Connects. A community forum and a public information meeting have been scheduled in the coming weeks, these are designed to help local residents and public representatives to engage with Bus Connects personnel. Membership of each community forum will... Continue Reading →
The Cabinteely Tidy Towns team were delighted to support the clean-up at the entrance to Brennanstown Estate today, organised by the new Brennanstown Residents Association. Great to see the local community working together. It looks really well.
Dublin Bus has announced the launch of its new route that will serve Ballymun to Bray via Cabinteely. The 155 will operate from IKEA in Ballymun, and will terminate at Bray Rail Station. It will serve DCU, Phibsborough, the city centre, Donnybrook, UCD, Stillorgan Road and Cabinteely along the way. The new route commences service... Continue Reading →
A planning application has been submitted for a residential development of 294 residential units Temple Hill, Monkstown, Blackrock. The proposed development shall provide for a new residential scheme of 294 residential units (ranging from 1 - 8 storeys in height) in a combination of new apartment buildings; the conversion and re-use of ‘St. Teresa’s House’;... Continue Reading →