The Dynamic Drimnagh Forum 2030 includes representatives of a variety of local organisations.
Drimnagh Needs More for Young People to Do, Says Task Force Report
“The guts of the report is about getting extra resources for the community,” said Mick O’Reilly, chairperson of the task force.
In Drimnagh, Group Looks for Joggers to Pick Up Where Council Leaves Off
“People are looking for an excuse to get out and about, so why not double up on your exercise and get a bit of community spirit while you’re at it?” says Eoin Neylon of Tidy Drimnagh.
A History Group Hopes to Tempt Drimnagh Locals into a Park
The group’s first project is a history trail meant to get people using Brickfield Park more, to give it more of a community feel.
What Has Changed with the New Local Electoral Area Boundaries?
For the Dublin City Council area, a committee recommended increasing the number of areas from nine to 11, and redrawing the shapes of existing areas. Phibsborough is now united, while Drimnagh remains divided.
Will Drimnagh Residents Finally Get a Library of Their Own?
They’ve been asking for 50 years, says one local resident. And now the council owns a site that some councillors reckon would be a good spot to build one.
What’s Going on in Crumlin Shopping Centre?
The owners have been doing some corporate restructuring, and inside the centre there’s construction going on. Is it headed for a revival?
Local Councillors Call for Follow-Through on Costly Plan for Drimnagh
The plan cost the council nearly €140,000 to draw up before the crash.
In Drimnagh, One Man Takes on the Flow of Heavy Vehicles
He rigged a phone to take a photo when a vehicle of a certain height drove past. The result? He says big lorries make an average of 70 trips by daily.
The Future of Drimnagh’s Lansdowne Valley Pitch and Putt
A plan to give the golf course to a private operator who wants to introduce footgolf conflicts with a plan to eliminate it to make way for a cycle path.