Wednesday | 8th February 2023
The re-opening of the Dún Laoghaire Baths is a significant milestone for the Council and the people of the town. This well-known landmark has been an important part of the history and heritage of families all over the County. Once again, we can welcome visitors to this popular bathing area. This beautiful restoration will facilitate swimming, water sports, and a great concert area.”
Cathaoirleach, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
We are delighted to see new businesses opening up in our town. YAYA has opened a new branch at 7 George’s Street Upper and brings “comfortable clothing with a soft, feminine touch” to our town.
Hartley’s Restaurant has now fully re-opened their reservations diary having rebuilt their premises after an extensive fire. They are delighted to welcome everyone to their fantastic renovated space.
The brain child of Frances from Slaughter House Vintage the new Dun Laoghaire Flea Market will take place monthly at the Lighthouse. For stall reservations call Frances on 0861626195
Bank of Ireland is to invest €11.5m across its nationwide branch network in 2023, with three Dublin branches in Blackrock, Dun Laoghaire and Raheny all part of the upgrade plans.
Brides can save massive money on their wedding by visiting Barnardos in Dun Laoghaire
The Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta 2023 is scheduled for July 6 to July 9th, 2023. The organizers launched a new online entry system that went live at noon on January 1st 2023. To learn more about the event visit afloat.ie.
We would like to congratulate local T.D. Jennifer Carroll MacNeill on her appointment as Minister of State with responsibility for Financial Services, Credit Unions and Insurance.
Local T.D. and Minister of State, Ossian Smyth, has welcomed new government legislation that comes into force on the 5th of January that will enforce tobacco companies to pay for part of the cleaning-up costs resulting from cigarette-related waste.
“Dún Laoghaire winning the Academy of Urbanism, Great Town award 2022 is recognition of what has been achieved by the Council working closely with local communities, businesses, and other partners. The Academy’s assessment referenced the creation of lively urban spaces that people value and use and the flourishing shopping street with a broad range of retail and services.”
Chief Executive, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council
Works have begun on the Myrtle Square & Convent Lane Project. Generous greening, play, seating and nature in the heart of the town will be key benefits
Cllr. Hall is holding a public meeting on the proposed Pathfinder changes to Dun Laoghaire Town Centre on February 2nd.
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