Full back issues of the historic Rush Community News will be added to the archive on a regular basis, beginning with the very first issue from January 1975.
Rush Community Council have submitted to the Fingal Development Plan 2023–2029 and are encouraging others in Rush to submit theirs before 12 May 2022.
Those interested in applying as swimming teachers and/or lifeguards for the pool in Donbate, email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
During 2021 and into 2022, ten of Rush Community Council’s applications for events funding were deemed eligible.
Submissions can be made by residents, businesses, clubs and community groups in Rush before 12 May 2022.
The four-week programme will take place at Blakestown Resource Centre and explore the importance of gender equality and sustainable development.
The free screening will take place on Tuesday, 5 April at 8 PM.
The awards, now in their second year, celebrate and recognise outstanding young people between the ages of and 21 and the work they do in their communities.
The Mojo Rays will be performing from 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM and Rush Musical Society will be performing from 12:15 to 12:45 PM.
Following the government’s approval of the BusConnects programme, public consultation will begin from April 2022.
With a €1,000 goal, donations will help those affected get food, medicine, shelter and water and further assist those displaced by the crisis.
Throughout March, essential items can be dropped into the centre between 9 AM to 8 PM on weekdays and 9 AM to 3 PM on Saturdays.
Celebrating women’s achievement, raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality, the Sound Your Whistle for Women’s Safety event will be held at Rush Community Centre on Thursday, 8 March from 10 AM to 12 PM.
From 1 March, Donabate-Portrane Community & Leisure Centre has set up a collection point for items, products and food to be sent as aid to Ukraine.
With funding from Fingal County Council, the floors in the centre’s three main rooms and offices were recently refurbished.
The public consultation will run until 12 May 2022, with Fingal County Council encouraging citizens, businesses and community groups to view the plan and make submissions.
The service allows people to report anything drug-related in their communities or arrange to speak to the Drugs Unit Balbriggan.
Free events include photography exhibitions, tea-and-coffee mornings (LGBTea) and question-and-answer information sessions.
Watch this space for further updates on the development.
The scheme aims to assist participation in sport and physical activity by older people.