Official Opening of 1916 Commemorative Garden

Please join us this Saturday evening at 5.30pm at Newlands Cross (parking available nearby) for the Official opening of the Clondalkin 1916 Commemorative Garden / Gairdín Comórtha 1916 Cluain Dolcáin by Mayor of South Dublin County Council Cllr Sarah Holland.

Tea & coffee will be served afterwards in Maldron Hotel (Bewleys)

 
 

National Spring Clean 2016

We are delighted to have Round Tower GAA Club on board for this Saturdays National Spring Clean.

You can join us too!! We will be meeting at 10am in Clondalkin Leisure Centre carpark. All equipment will bee supplied.

Everyone welcome

1916 Commemorative Garden for Newlands Cross

Clondalkin Tidy Towns in association with Clondalkin Historical Society and Muintir Chrónáin are delighted to announce that our plans to have commemorative garden built have been given the green light.

 

The garden will include 7 native specimen trees, one for each of the signatories of the Proclamation of Independence and will be ready in time for 1916 commemorative celebrations taking place in Clondalkin at the end of April.

 

#easter1916 #100years #Ireland

 

Your Shop Front Matters!

South Dublin County Council have announced the launch of the shop front grant scheme for 2016. For more information you can visit www.sdcc.ie/business, call 01 4149361 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Clondalkin Celebrates Fairtrade Fortnight

To celebrate Clondalkin Fairtrade's second birthday as the 51st Fairtrade town in Ireland, they are asking everyone to please support them by having a Fairtrade breakfast or coffee and cookies event at your workplace.

 

They are running two events in addition to this, a bakeoff in Aras Chronain on the 9th March with the wonderful Catherine Leyden from TV3  as special celebrity judge and an Art competition in SDCC on the 11 March at 3.30.

 

If you cannot attend these events or host your own event, perhaps you would consider donating a prize for either the bakeoff or the Art competiton. 

 

Any donations will be gratefully received and you will be acknowledge on their facebook and twitter pages

Back To Work We Go!

Following a well deserved break, we are back this Saturday morning (February 6th) at 10am for our regular clean up of the village. As this will be our 1st official clean up of 2016, we are looking for as many you who made those New Year resolutions to volunteer with us for an hour or two this Saturday. You might even enjoy it!! All equipment is supplied. We will be concentrating on ensuring that the village is litter free and we also hope to send a team of workers up towards the Fonthill Road.

Meeting in our usual spot of Tuthills carpark! 

Please spread the word - Everyone is welcome!!