Please forward notices to Kathleen Kelleher, 2875327/087 2845465,
Please feel free to forward Calendar to family and friends or add to your Facebook page.
Keep up to date with what is going on !!
Lots more Greystones information available from:
Paul Byrne at: www.GreystonesGuide.ie.
Also from www.Greystones.ie
St. Patrick’s Day 2021 in Greystones
We hope that everyone enjoyed our National Day this year.
Very special thanks to Paul Byrne on Greystones Guide.ie for his great video.
Easter Sunday|4 April 2021
Easter is coming soon, celebrated this year on Sunday, 4 April 2021.
GREYSTONES COMMUNITY POLICING UNIT: WEEKLY CRIME REPORT
Week ending 7 March 2021.
Greystones North No reports.
Garda JP Connolly firstname.lastname@example.org
Greystones South Kayak stolen from harbour.
Person who stole kayak trespassed at a business.
Drunken offence at harbour.
Garda Alan Thompson email@example.com
Delgany/Killincarrig/Charlesland Theft of a bicycle left outside in their driveway.
Garda Maria Curtis firstname.lastname@example.org
Kilcoole No reports.
Garda Molly Corbett email@example.com
Garda slot on the Morning Show with Declan Meehan at East Coast FM.
A Garda talks about security and other pending issues of the week.
Be sure and tune in for all the latest policing updates !!
If you see anything suspicious, please report to Greystones Garda Station 6665800.
Garda Confidential Number 1800 666 111
Greystones Garda Station 666 5800
EPA Noise Pollution 1890 20 20 21
Crimestoppers 1800 25 00 25
Traffic Watch 1890 205 805
Dog Warden 0404 44873
Crime Victims Helpline 1850 211 407
National Tree Week|21 to 27 March 2021
Available to view online at www.wicklow.ie.
WCC will be distributing 800 trees to local groups.
Photography competition at www.treecouncil.ie.
Take a photo of your favourite tree, explain what it means to you, upload to Tree Council.
Three cash prizes for the top winners !!
Éanna Ní Lamhna, President of the Tree Council, will give a Webinar.
“Trees in Springtime”, lots of interesting facts about the blossoming of trees.
Wicklow County Council|Spring Into Heritage
Events and publications from WCC Heritage Office, supported by Healthy Ireland
- “Spring Into Heritage” Bucket List helps you to get outdoors.
- “Wildlife in Wicklow Gardens” poster has tips for common garden wildlife
- “Gardening for Biodiversity colouring books from Juanita Browne.
These publications are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or download from www.wicklow.ie.
Nature themed Zoom events will continue throughout the month.
A number of these talks are free.
- Introduction to Citizen Science on 9 March with Oisin Duffy.
- Explore Your Shore on 23 March will be of those who live near a coastline.
- Wildwoods: The Magic of Ireland’s Native Woodlands with Richard Nairn on 25 March.
Tickets for these talks are available at www.wicklowcoco.ie.
Community Monuments Fund|Grants Available
Grants are available to support Wicklow’s built heritage.
Local monuments and archaeological sites to be supported.
Private applicants or community groups who are owners or custodians of monuments can apply.
Information on eligible monuments is available from www.archaeology.ie.
Application forms available from www.wicklow.ie/latestnews.
Application forms to be returned to email@example.com.
Or, Community Monument Fund Application, Planning Section, WCC County Buildings, Wicklow.
Deadline is 12 April 2021.
Queries to Deirdre Burns, Heritage Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wicklow County Council Free Phone Helpline Continues: 1800 868 399
WCC has a very useful contact number for those who need assistance during pandemic.
Over a dozen agencies and organisations are involved in helping.
Help can be given for deliveries of groceries, medicines and fuels.
In some instances, there can be transport to test centres.
The aim is ensure that vulnerable members of the Community are protected.
Please ensure that no one is without during these special times.
Helpline is open seven days a week, 8 am to 8 pm.
1800 868 399 and email@example.com.
Volunteers to help with this service are welcome at the Free Phone number.
Codling Wind Park Public Consultation
Codling Wind Park is a proposed offshore wind farm.
The wind farm would be located approximately 13-22 km off the Wicklow Coast.
Between Greystones and Wicklow Town.
It is the largest planned offshore wind project in Ireland.
It could provide enough locally produced electricity to 1.2 million Irish homes.
This electricity would be low-cost renewable energy.
Public Consultation is now under way for the first four weeks in March.
This consultation will consist of three programmes.
Virtual Codling Wind Park Exhibition from 1 to 14 March 2021
Range of exhibition materials and visuals on the project as it now stands.
Feedback survey available.
Codling Wind Park Webinars on 9 March and 11 March 2021
Registration is via the website.
There will also be an opportunity to ask questions via chat box.
Information Clinics from 15 to 27 March 2021
You may have further questions or topics that you would like to discuss directly.
Virtual appointments may be booked via the website.
Or by contacting Liz Dillon, 087 1011473.
Each appointment lasts 30 minutes.
All bookings and information from www.codlingwindpark.ie.
Figures are up for COVID-19 in Greystones Local Electoral Area.
National figures are reduced.
Let’s all help to reduce our figures for next week !!