The 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
Donnybrook 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.
In 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.
Donnybrook TidyTowns Presents ‘Souls of Donnybrook’ 2019 - an evening to remember, Sun 27th Oct from 5:30pm – 6:30pm @ Plaza.
The Old Graveyard will be open to public from 3-4:30pm.
Download the latest edition of the Stop Food Waste Composting Booklet (3rd Edition). This is a great starting point for anyone interested in composting!
Positive Ageing Week (PAW) is an Age Action Ireland initiative - Monday September 30th to Sunday October 6th. The focus is on community based events, organised by groups and individuals throughout Ireland, and national events organised by Age Action and its partners. See https://positiveageingweek.com for details.
The Donnybrook Tidy Towns community are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of one our founding members Trish Brennan. Our thoughts and prayers are with her husband Seanie & daughter Denise at this time.
The next Donnybrook Dooder clean up is on Saturday 20th July, meeting at the Iron Bridge Brookvale Rd / Beaver Row at 10 am to clean until 12 Noon.
All volunteers will split into groups to clean the banks along the Dodder.
Equipment provided, volunteers needed!
Over the course of nine days, from 18th – 26th May 2019, over 50 FREE, family-friendly events will be taking place all over Ireland celebrating our diverse species and habitats. Check out our Events section from next week to see what’s taking place near you. See https://biodiversityweek.ie/ for details.
What better way of celebrating the start of National Biodiversity Week than by turning up in your old clothes on Saturday May 18th at 10 a.m. to clean the river banks and make them fit for summer? The Doonybrook meeting point is at the Iron Bridge, Brookvale Road