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dttThe Donnybrook Tidy Towns public information evening 2020 will be held on Monday 24th Feb @ 6:30pm in Hampton Hotel, Donnybrook.  All Welcome. 
Please come along and hear their plans for the Village. 

d w keyWheelchair accessible taxi's can make a huge difference to the lifestyle of disabled people.  An online register of the Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) is now available. 

AIPP Herbs A5 Flyer PRINTBy choosing pollen-rich herbs for your garden, you will help provide much-needed food for our Bumblebees and other pollinating insects as well as creating a colourful garden that you can use. 

DBS0120A full list of canidates for Dublin Bay South can be found at Dublin County Returning Officer. You can check if you have a vote at Check the Register

posterfree.ieWe're calling on all candidates in Dublin Bay South to go poster free (plastic free) during the 2020 General eEection. We request candidates to abstain from the use of single use plastics. We encourage candidates to align their green agenda with their actions by going poster free (plastic free). We ask you to observer the poster free zone between the welcome signs in Donnybrook.

time for changeToday we are sharing with you a guideline of 50 Daily Actions to Transform our World. Remember that change starts with you! Make sustainable choices part of your life.

Christmas Tree LightupThe Donnybrook Village Christmas Tree Light Up will take place on Sun 1nd Dec at 4pm at the village plaza. 
The Lord Mayor
Cuddles the Polar Bear 
The Snow Queen Music with Angel
St. Mary’s School Choir
A Special Guest on his one horse open sleigh

1 Robin B Burke 5This winter's Irish Garden Bird Survey will begin on Monday 2nd December. It is now the longest-running "citizen science" research project in Ireland!

Dont Leaf It To OthersDonnybrook Tidy Towns in association Dublin City Council are promoting a leaf cleanup initiative "Don’t Leaf It To Others". Also know as the blue bag cleanup.dont leaf it bags

How to guide Nesting 2018 WEBIn order to survive and thrive, wild pollinators need safe nesting habitats. Nesting sites provide pollinators with shelter, protect them from predators and allow next year’s pollinators to grow and develop. This guideline is availble to download.