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Balbriggan News
Balbriggan Going Forward


The Local Government Reform Act 2014 provides for the abolition of Balbriggan Town Council as part of a major re-structuring of local government following the local elections to be held on 23rd May 2014.  The Act also provides for an increased number of elected members from the Balbriggan Local Electoral Area on Fingal County Council.  The assets and functions of Balbriggan Town Council will transfer to Fingal County Council on 1st June 2014.

Balbriggan Town Council has played a key role on the implementation of the Balbriggan Public Realm Initiative - "The Heart of Balbriggan" in addition to their support of various community events and activities each year in the town.  It is intended that this work will continue into the future with the support of the community.  Going forward, Fingal County Council will continue to operate a local authority office from the Town Hall and Library building on Georges Square for the citizens of Balbriggan and surrounding areas. 

Balbriggan Going Forward
Balbriggan Public Realm Annual Garden Competition

 

Please click on the link below for application form for the Balbriggan Public Realm Annual Garden Competition.

 

Please click here 

Balbriggan Public Realm Annual Garden Competition
Last Meeting of Balbriggan Town Council

The last meeting of Balbriggan Town Council was held in Balbriggan Town Hall on 6th May 2014. In attendance were Cathaoirleach Peadar O’Kelly, Leas Cathaoirleach Grainne Maguire, Councillors Larry Dunne, Monica Harford, Grainne Kilmurry, Dermot Murray and Frank Snowe. Council officials at the meeting were County Manager Paul Reid, Town Manager Ide de Bairtiseil, Town Architect Celine O’Rourke,Town Clerk Brian Murray, Maureen Finn, Rosemary Moonan, Margaret Wilde and Elizabeth Eastwood.  Former Councillors Mary Cannon, Therese Fingleton, May McKeon, Gertie Shields and Colm Timmins also attended the meeting.

 

An Cathaoirleach Peadar O’Kelly commenced the meeting by acknowledging the role of the current, former and deceased elected members who have represented the community since the first meeting of Balbriggan Town Commissioners which was held in Balbriggan Courthouse in June 1860. Tributes were also paid to the Council officials past and present who served in the Town Hall with the elected members and also those in the County Council who have supported their work.

 

Paul Reid, County Manager thanked the members for their service and acknowledged that their work and that of their predecessors on Balbriggan Town Council for the community had been of great importance over the years. He wished the members well in their futures and assured them that Fingal County Council will continue to serve the people of Balbriggan.

 

Last Meeting of Balbriggan Town Council
Balbriggan Town Council Celebration Evening

A celebration evening was held in the Bracken Court Hotel on Friday 9th May 2014 to celebrate over 153 years of Local Government service prior to the dissolution of the Town Council following the Local Elections on 23rd May 2014.

 

Tributes were paid by the County Manager, Paul Reid to the current and former Elected Members and Council officials who have served on Balbriggan Town Council and Balbriggan Town Commissioners. 

Balbriggan Town Council Celebration Evening
IPB Youth and Community Fund

 

Balbriggan Town Council welcomes launch of IPB Youth & Community Fund


Balbriggan Town Council wishes to inform the community that the IPB Youth & Community Fund is officially open for applications.

Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Councillor Peadar O’Kelly stated that “I believe that this is a fantastic opportunity to deliver additional support to our community at a time when Local Government resources are limited.  I am delighted to promote this initiative and thank Irish Public Bodies Mutual Insurance for their support. I strongly encourage all our community groups to avail of this wonderful
opportunity to enhance the great work they do in the town of Balbriggan before theclosing date of 17th  January 2014”

The objective of the initiative is to reach out and support local communities, increase community participation and promote social inclusion through the stimulation and support of community groups and a variety of community activities. The total allocation for the Fund is €1 million.

The Fund is intended for all community and voluntary groups, not-for-profit and charitable organisations, clubs and associations operating at a local level. Qualifying initiatives will be chosen from six categories consisting of: Arts & Culture, Community Development, Elderly, Environment, Physical Activity & Sport and Youth. The Fund consists of two funding allocation bands ranging from €2,500 to €7,000 and from €10,000 to €15,000.

IPB has developed an online application system designed to make the process as easy and accessible as possible. The Fund is now open and the closing date for receipt of applications is the 17 January 2014. Details of the Fund are contained in the information guide or alternatively you can log on to www.ipb.ie/cse for more information.

Please click here for more brochure

IPB Youth and Community Fund
Balbriggan Christmas Lights
Balbriggan Christmas Lights
Balbriggan Town Centre Christmas Lights

Balbriggan Town Centre to come alive with the turning on of the Christmas Lights

Balbriggan Town Council and Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce with
the support of Fingal County Council are making a special effort again
this year to promote Balbriggan during the busy Christmas Season.
 

The Christmas season will get underway at 7 p.m. on Friday 22nd
November 2013 with the arrival of Santa Claus to Balbriggan Town
Centre just in time for the turning on of the Christmas Lights.

Georges Square will come alive for a wonderful festive event for the
whole community to enjoy with a variety of Christmas musical and street entertainment. 

The very popular Christmas Lights competition is underway again this
year and one lucky child will be selected by an Cathaoirleach of
Balbriggan Town Council, Peadar O’Kelly at 7.00 p.m. to turn on the
Balbriggan Christmas Lights and receive a fabulous prize of a Sony
Playstation 3.

Santa will be spending time in his Grotto meeting with the younger
members of the community and will have free gifts to give to the
children. Santa’s Elves will be helping Santa by performing magic tricks
and giving out festive treats while Santa’s little visitors are waiting to see him.

Entry forms for the Christmas Lights Competition are available in the
Town Hall, Goldsmiths Jewellers, Supervalu and can be downloaded
from the very popular Balbriggan community websites.

For those attending the turning on of the Christmas Lights and the festive event, free parking is available at the Church Car Park and the Quay Street Car park.

Further details available from townhall@balbriggan.ie or 01-8412178

Please click here for entry form.

Balbriggan Town Centre Christmas Lights
Railway Street - A New Beginning Offically Launched


Railway Street – “A New Beginning” officially launched


A New Beginning - the ‘Consultation Led Design Process’ for Railway Street, Balbriggan was officially launched on Monday 29th April 2013 in the Brick Room, Railway Street by Councillor Grainne Maguire, Chairperson of the Balbriggan Public Realm Implementation Group.

The document presents a strategy for the enhancement of this historic street and also summarises the collaborative process by which the strategy was developed.

The Balbriggan Public Realm Implementation Group was formed following the successful publication and launch of the Balbriggan Public Realm Plan,  “The Heart of Balbriggan” to prioritise and oversee the implementation of projects identified in the plan document.  The group comprises officials & elected members from Fingal County Council / Balbriggan Town Council and representatives from Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce with the support of the Heritage Council.

The first project identified by the Implementation Group was Railway Street which is one of the oldest streets in Balbriggan and also has a special place in the hearts of local people, as it embodies much of Balbriggans fascinating history, from its industrial past to the richness and diversity of its present. 

The Paul Hogarth Company were appointed to conduct a consultation led design process for Railway Street to allow residents, traders, users of the street along with the wider community to participate in the process to identify what they like about the street and what they would like to change to make the Street a better place to live, work, meet, visit and re-visit.

A series of community workshops took place in the Brick Room, guided by the thoughts and opinions of the streets residents and business owners.  The workshops focused on finalising the draft strategy and included energetic and positive discussions leading to production of an action plan.  The workshops were lively and engaged events, providing a very effective forum through which to develop the strategy. The mixture of residents and business owners was critical to the success of the workshops, as the different needs of different people on the street could be discussed openly. Together they gained a fuller understanding of what Railway Street means to Balbriggan and how, though a series of coordinated measures, it can be improved for the benefit of all who care for it. A wonderful potential exists for the rejuvenation of Railway Street, to celebrate its past and embrace its future.

 Click here to download Railway Street Balbriggan - A New Beginning

 

 

Railway Street - A New Beginning Offically Launched
New Opening Hours Balbriggan Library

Balbriggan Library

Hours Of Business

Monday; 10 am - 1pm & 2 pm - 5pm

Tuesday; 1.30pm - 8pm

Wednesday; 10 am - 1 pm & 2pm - 5pm

Thursday; 1.30 pm - 8 pm

Friday; 10 am - 1 pm & 1.45pm - 5 pm

Saturday; 10 am - 1pm & 1.45pm - 5pm

New Opening Hours Balbriggan Library
Gallen Linen Presentation to Church
Balbriggan Town Council made a presentation of altar cloths to St. Peter and Pauls' Parish in recognition of their 170th anniversary in the Town Hall Tuesday evening.  The altar cloths were designed and produced by Charles Gallen & Co. for the occasion.  Cllr Monica Harford presented the cloths to Father Eugene Taaffe, Parish Priest on behalf of the people of Balbriggan in the presence of Gerald & Ann Gallen and invited guests. 
Gallen Linen Presentation to Church
Railway Street

The Balbriggan Public Realm Implementation group together with the residents, traders and stakeholders from Railway Street are working together on a public consultation led design process.  As part of this initiative a Christmas themed arts and craft market took place on Sunday 25th November 2012 to showcase the potential of Railway Street.

Stalls with artwork, crafts and christmas decorations were on display in what was a very enjoyable day.

Railway Street
Press Release Christmas Lights

Balbriggan Town Centre to come alive with the turning on of the Christmas Lights

Balbriggan Town Council and Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce with the support of Fingal County Council are making a special effort again this year to promote Balbriggan during the busy Christmas Season.

The Christmas season will get  underway at 4 p.m. on Saturday 24th November 2012 with the arrival of Santa Claus to Balbriggan Town Council just in time for the turning on of the Christmas Lights.

George's Square will come alive for a wonder festive event for the whole community to enjoy with a variety of Christmas musical and street entertainment.

The very popular Christmas Lights competition is underway again this year and one lucky child will be selected by an Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Larry Dunne at 4.15p.m. to turn on the Balbriggan Christmas Lights and receive a fabulous prize of an Apple Ipad.

Santa will be spending time in his Grotto meeting with the younger members of the community and will have free gifts to give to the children.  Santa's Elves will be helping Santa by performing magic tricks and giving out festive treats while Santa's little visitors are waiting to see him.

Entry forms for the Christmas Lights Competition are available in the Town Hall, Goldsmiths Jewellers, Supervalu and can be downloaded from the very popular Balbriggan Community websites.

For those attending the turning on of the Christmas Lights and the festive event, free parking is available at the Church Car Park and the Quay Street Car park.

Further details available from townhall@balbriggan.ie or 01-8412178.

 

Please click here for entry form

Press Release Christmas Lights
Community Policing Forum

PUBLIC MEETING

Balbriggan Community Policing Forum

Monday 19th Nov 7.30pm

Hamilton Hall, Town Hall, George's Square, Balbriggan (above Library)

 This meeting is an opportunity for all people living in Balbriggan and Balrothery to bring to light any issues that they may have regarding community safety.  This can range from drug and alcohol related issues/crime to anti-social behaviour within the local community.  Members of Balbriggan Garda Siochana and Fingal County Council will attend those meetings to listen to all the issues that are concerning the residents of Balbriggan and Balrothery.  Free parking under Town Hall, tickets validated at Town Hall desk.  For futher information contact Louise Butler, Balbriggan Community Policing Forum on 086-7716811 or balbriggan@cpforum.ie

 IF  YOU WANT TO BE HEARD YOU HAVE TO BE THERE

 

Community Policing Forum
Carnegie Library, Balbriggan - Weather Vane

The scaffolding is up and work to put the refurbished weather vane back to its rightful place is about to commence.

Works will also include the removal of the existing slates to the turret roof, cleaning gutters and removal of all vegetation from the building.

The turret will then be re-slated with the original slates that are deemed to be in good condition, weather vane erected and the gutters repaired and painted.

This work is due to be completed by the middle of November.

Carnegie Library, Balbriggan - Weather Vane
New Bins for Balbriggan Beach

Balbriggan Town Council welcomes announcement on new bins for Balbriggan Beach.  At a recent meeting with representatives from Balbriggan Town Council and the Council’s Operations Department, it was agreed that 2 new litter bins and a third re-located bin from the open space near the Martello Tower, will be placed along the beach walkway at Balbriggan – one at either end and one in the middle.  Usage of these litter bins will be monitored as previously there have been issues in relation to vandalism of the bins and evidence that domestic refuse was being placed in bins at this location. It was also agreed that during the summer months additional, temporary bins will be placed on the grassed area in front of the lifeguard station and shop. 

New Bins for Balbriggan Beach
Balbriggan Town Council Launche on-line archives
 Balbriggan Town Council Launches On-Line Archive

As part of Heritage Week 2012, Balbriggan Town Council is launching the archived minutes of all official meetings since 1860. Balbriggan started out being represented by Town Commissioners and developed into Balbriggan Town Council when Local Government legislation changed. It was decided to make all minutes of the Town Commissioners meetings public in an effort to bring awareness of the rich history that Balbriggan has been immersed in since the inception of the town as a local authority in its own right. The initiative will be launched in Balbriggan Town Hall by Leas Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Cllr Peader O’Kelly at 6pm on Thursday, the 23rd of August next.

Balbriggan Town Council’s official website already provides details of local news and events along with information about the town and local amenities. The website also provides information on Balbriggan Town Council, its elected members, services and facilities. As part of National Heritage Week celebrations, the minutes of the meetings of Balbriggan Town Council dating back to the establishment of Balbriggan Town Commissioners in June 1860 have been scanned and will be available online for people interested in finding out more about Balbriggan heritage and the history of the town.

Speaking at the announcement of the launch Balbriggan Town Clerk, Brian Murray said, “We have been working on the archive project for a number of years and are launching the service in conjunction with Fingal County Council’s Archives Section of libraries. We now have all of the documents scanned and uploaded to our website balbriggan.ie and they will be available as part of the National Heritage Week celebrations. We will officially launch the archive initiative on 23rd of August and would welcome everyone with an interest in heritage to come along and celebrate the history of Balbriggan with us.”

Balbriggan Town Council Launche on-line archives
Balbriggan Town Council Newsletter

The latest edition of the Balbriggan Town Council newsletter is now available in electronic format.

 Click here to view it.

Hard copies will be available in various locations throughout the town in the coming days.

Balbriggan Town Council Newsletter
Balbriggan Street Olympics

Further details available on Balbriggan Street Olympics.

For Flyer click here

For Application Form click here

Balbriggan Street Olympics
Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan

New Innovation Hub opens in Balbriggan

 

 Monday 18th June 2012

  

Calling all entrepreneurs and start-ups – Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan is open for business

 

Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan, a new not-for-profit innovation hub, is issuing an invitation to all entrepreneurs, start-ups, sole traders and creative professionals – it’s time to join the business revolution.  If you already run a small business or want to start one, why not come along and find out how you can work in a supportive, collaborative environment.  

 

WHERE:   Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan,

               10 Railway St, Balbriggan, Co Dublin 

 

Why join Fumbally Exchange?

 

Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan offers low-cost, low-risk business incubation. For €50 per week, entrepreneurs, creative professionals and start-ups can rent a fully-serviced desk in shared office space on Railway St Balbriggan, Co Dublin – right across from the train station.  

 

It’s not just about the desk. More importantly, members get to network, share knowledge, brainstorm, learn business strategy and work together. 

 

“Collaboration is key,” said George Boyle, architect and founder of Fumbally Exchange.

“The members of Fumbally Exchange are individual businesses, but when they come together, they can take on bigger projects than they could do alone.” 

 

The Fumbally Exchange approach works

 

The first Fumbally Exchange, off Clanbrassil St in Dublin city centre, was founded in 2010 and is now home to more than 50 small businesses. This has been achieved through the effort and imagination of a group of determined designers and innovators. 

 

Its success was recognised when George Boyle was named as a recipient of the Arthur Guinness Fund Social Entrepreneur 2011 award for the Fumbally Exchange project.

 

Making Work - Together

 

 “We were determined to prove that by working together and supporting each other, we could fight the negative effects of recession – one small business at a time,” said Boyle. “We are doing that every day. Come and meet us in Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan to find out more.”

 

 For further information contact: Seán Corrigan   

 

 sean.p.corrigan@gmail.com     086 0626819   

   

 www.fumballyexchange.com                       

Twitter: @fumballyexch

 

Fumbally Exchange Balbriggan
Fingal Cemetery Masses/Prayer 2012
Litter and the Law
Book of Condolences presented to the Carson Family
Following the death of Frank Carson on 22nd February, a book of condolence was opened in the Town Hall to allow members of the public to express their sympathy.  On 11th April An Cathaoirleach, Grainne Maguire presented the book to the Carson family.
Book of Condolences presented to the Carson Family
Balbriggan Community Policing Forum

PUBLIC MEETING

BALBRIGGAN COMMUNITY POLICING FORUM

MONDAY 23RD APRIL 8PM

HAMILTON HALL, TOWN HALL, GEORGE'S SQUARE, BALBRIGGAN (ABOVE LIBRARY)

This meeting is an opportunity for all people living in Balbriggan and Balrothery to bring to light any issues that they may have regarding community safety.  This can range from drug and alcohol related issues/crime to anti-social behaviour within the local community.  Member of Balbriggan Garda Siochana and Fingal County Council will attend these meetings to listen to all the issues that are concerning the residents of Balbriggan and Balrothery.  Free parking under the Town Hall, tickets validated at Town Hall desk.  For further information contact Louise Butler, Balbriggan Community Policing Forum on 086-7716811 or balbriggan@cpforum.ie.

 IF YOU WANT TO BE HEARD YOU HAVE TO BE THERE

Balbriggan Community Policing Forum
Home Security

Balbriggan Community Policing Forum - Information on Home Security

Balbriggan Community Policing Forum have issued the following infoormation notices regarding home security.

Please see below links to a checklist that people use to audit their own home.

please click here for home security checklist

please click here for information on door security

please click here for information on intruder alarms

please click here for information on gardens and landscaping security

please click here for information on window security

please click here for information on lighting security

There is further article regarding "Graffiti in Balbriggan "on Balbriggan.net

www.balbriggan.net

Home Security
School Exchange Visity by Students of Balbriggan Community College to St. Wendel, Germany

School Exchange Visit by Students of Balbriggan Community College to St.Wendel, Germany 

Students of Balbriggan Community College have been busy preparing for a return visit to St. Wendel, Germany on a school exchange visit. Fourteen students accompanied by two teachers are heading away on Monday 5th March 2012 for a four day visit to stay with host families and attend school during their stay. Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Councillor Grainne Maguire called into Balbriggan Community College on Thursday last to wish the students well on their journey. Balbriggan Town Council signed a partnership arrangement with the town of St. Wendel, Saarland in 2008 which has resulted in various exchanges between both towns. Cathaoirelach of the Town Council, Councillor Grainne Maguire stated “The school exchange is a key part of the Town Councils vision for the partnership and we are delighted to be able to support these exchanges which will forge stronger links between both towns. This will be the second visit to St. Wendel by students from Balbriggan Community College. I know that the last group of students stayed in a youth hostel and this time they will stay with host families which is a great development in the relationship. Balbriggan also played host to a large number of students and teachers from St. Wendel last October. I have no doubt the students will be wonderful ambassadors for Balbriggan and I wish them well on their visit and hope they make lasting friendships in St. Wendel”. 

School Exchange Visity by Students of Balbriggan Community College to St. Wendel, Germany
Allotment Application Form
Balbriggan Tidy Towns

The Balbriggan Tidy Towns Association team is a dedicated group of individuals who donate their free time to making Balbriggan a better place to live. The goal of Balbriggan Tidy Towns is to make Balbriggan a better place to live in and enjoy through various activities involving the clean up and maintenance of the public areas of the town.

Their tireless efforts of The Tidy Towns team over the years have made sure that the beach is constantly cleaned, all grassy areas are trimmed, flower pots and trees placed, maintenance of shrubbery and roundabouts cleared....to list but a few!

The renewal, redevelopment and maintenance of planted areas is a continuing priority for Tidy Towns.Balbriggan Tidy Towns remains active with a very small core of dedicated volunteers. 

 Being part of the Tidy Towns team means being a part of the community of Balbriggan, making new friends, getting out in the fresh air and having the satisfaction of seeing your town benefit from your efforts.

Balbriggan is  fortunate to have a wide range of amenities and facilities on it's doorstep, from an 18 hole golf course to many other sports and social clubs and a beautiful coastline.

Through a small team of dedicated individuals Balbriggan Tidy Towns is helping maintain these facilities and develop and awareness as to how we can help improve our community.

We also supplement the excellent work being carried out by the local authorities and help maintain the history and natural beauty of Balbriggan.

Click here [http://www.balbriggantidytowns.net] to view Balbriggan Tidy Towns.

Balbriggan Tidy Towns
Official Launch of Public Realm

Fingal County Council in partnership with Balbriggan Town Council, the Heritage Council and Balbriggan Chamber of Commerce has prepared a Public Realm Plan for Balbriggan. 

The Balbriggan Public Realm Plan “The Heart of Balbriggan” was launched by Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly T.D. on Monday 3rd October 2011 at 6.30 p.m. in Balbriggan Town Hall, Georges Square and the local community are invited to attend.

The “The Heart of Balbriggan” was produced by LOCI, consultants on behalf of Fingal County Council. Public Participation was a key part of the process and the local community was invited to participate throughout the making of the plan.

The Public Realm Plan will act as a guide for future public space projects and proposals for Balbriggan. It will also be a resource for local groups and organisations to support their own plans and projects.  Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Councillor Grainne Maguire said, “This is a fantastic opportunity for the people of Balbriggan and will enhance the work already being done in the community which will ensure that Balbriggan is a fantastic place to live, work and play in for many years to come”.

Although significant public realm improvements have been undertaken by the Council in the recent past, including high quality resurfacing of footpaths, public lighting, way-finding and street furniture, the publication of the plan indicates a recognition on the part of the Council and the plan’s sponsors that further work is needed to enhance the pedestrian and cyclist experience. The Heritage Council introduced the concept of Public Realm Plans (PRPs) in 2006 through the work of its all-island initiative — the Irish Walled Towns Network (IWTN). The Heritage Council is sponsoring the development of Public Realm Plans in historic towns throughout Ireland.           
           

Official Launch of Public Realm
30th Anniversary Historical Society

 An Cathaoirleach of Balbriggan Town Council, Councillor Grainne Maguire hosted a Civic Reception for Balbriggan & District Historical Society to mark the 30th Anniversary of the Society in the town. 

The Civic Reception took place on Wednesday 6th July 2011 at 7.30 p.m. in the Town Hall, Georges Square, Balbriggan. Addressing the invited audience, Cathoirleach Maguire paid tribute to the service provided by the Historical Society to the people of Balbriggan over the past thirty years.  “On behalf of the Town Council and the people of Balbriggan, I congratulate you on your achievement and can assure you of the Town Councils support in order to assist the society to continue to showcase the valuable contribution that you make to our town and community” stated Councillor Maguire.   

An Cathaoirleach, Councillor Maguire presented a framed picture of the Blessing of the Boats at Balbriggan Harbour in 1960 on behalf of Balbriggan Town Council to Mr. Tony McNamara, Chairman, of Balbriggan & District Historical Society. 

Mr. Tony McNamara spoke about the early days of Historical Society which was founded on 16th July, 1981. He also acknowledged the hard work that all past and present members of the society have done over the last 30 years.  

 Mr Tony McNamara expressed his gratitude on behalf of Balbriggan & District Historical Society to Balbriggan Town Council for hosting a civic reception to recognise the thirtieth anniversary of the Historical Society in the town.   

For further information please contact Brian Murray, Town Clerk at 8412178

  
30th Anniversary Historical Society
Newsletter
Paint Scheme for Balbriggan 24th May 2011

Work is progressing nicely on the Balbriggan Paint Scheme which is an initiative between Balbriggan Town Council and the business community, with the support of Dulux Paints, to work together on improving the appearance of buildings in the town centre by creating a co-ordinated colour scheme for the town. 

 Two more shops have been freshly painted in the past few weeks; Eurospar in Drogheda Street and O'Lorcans in Dublin Street with the co-operation of the proprietor, Gerry Andrews. Balbriggan Town Council arranged a clinic for local business people to meet with the Town Architect and colour consultant for Dulux, Ms Cora Collins in the Town Hall on 10 th May 2011 which was very well attended.  

Town Architect, Ms Celine O’Rourke stated “we are delighted with the support shown so far by the business community in meeting with us to select colours for their properties. 

 Furthermore, the ongoing support of Dulux Paints to the project by providing the services of the colour consultant has given the project significant impetus. We have arranged a further clinic with our colour consultant in the Town Hall on Tuesday 24th May 2011 and we invite anybody interested to make an appointment with the Town Hall office." 

Paint Scheme for Balbriggan 24th May 2011

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