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February’s news from Dún Laoghaire Town

23. 02. 2023

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DLR County Council’s Shopfront Improvement Grant and Vacant Commercial Premises Grant are open for applications

This is a reminder that DLR County Council’s Shopfront Improvement Grant and Vacant Commercial Premises Grant are open for applications.
You can find full details for Shopfront Improvement Grant here.
And the full details for Vacant Commercial Premises Grant here.
Information and contact person for all further queries:
Aws Al-Adhami
Economic Development
An Rannóg Forbairt Gheilleagrach
087 219 3002

New Guide to Dun Laoghaire Town’s Murals

@Digital Dun Laoghaire were delighted to present a copy of their new guide to Dun Laoghaire Town’s amazing murals to An Cathaoirleach Mary Hanafin. See our new map.


Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council Arts Office and Music Network invite applications for the 2023 dlr Musicians-in-Residence Scheme.

Golden Discs Shuts Doors

Beloved Dun Laoghaire Golden Discs shuts doors after decades in business.

English classes in dlr Lexicon

dlr Lexicon organises conversational English classes every Monday to help migrants living and working in Ireland. For more information about the classes click the button below.

Squeeze in a read!

Dun Laoghaire libraries are participating in the #IrelandReads event on the 25th February and they pledge to #squeezeinaread on that day. For more info click the button below.

Tributes paid to Niamh Breathnach

Former DLR County Councillor Niamh Breathnach, passed away at age 77 earlier this month. Deepest sympathies to her family and friends from the team.

The Purty Kitchen featured in Hospitality Ireland

The Purty Kitchen in Dun Laoghaire was featured in Hospitality Ireland, as it has recently changed hands and is owned now by Mark Heather and James Burgess. Under their leadership, this beloved Dun Laoghaire business got revitalised and ready to serve customers in the restaurant and bar.

From RTE Archives From 1983

Check out this blast from the past and an amazing story about Dun Laoghaire’s RNLI invincible team.