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News

Inchicore village wins environmental awards
16/09/2014

At a ceremony hosted by Dublin City Council (Dublin Central Area) last week to celebrate the City Neighbourhoods Districts Awards last night at the Bulfin Senior Citizens Centre in Inchicore, Inchicor [more...]

Connolly Avenue 1931 - can you identify the children in the photograph?
10/09/2014

This charming picture comes to us courtesy of Amanda O'Sullivan, whose grand aunt, Eileen Dobbyn, taught at the Model School in Inchicore. Eileen lived at 74 Connolly Avenue, and the picture was ta [more...]

President to open Thornton Heights
02/09/2014

President Michael D Higgins will be in Inchicore next week to open Thornton Heights on the site of the old St Michael's Estate. Here's what The Irish Times wrote last month about this new development: [more...]

Latest Forum Posts

Anti-social behaviour & crime in the area:
29/09/2014

Nothing would deter the anti social problems in Inchicore. The people that are dumping are from Drimnagh/Crumlin. The lads that are causing the problems don't live here. I was told that a non nationa [more...]

Inchicore Environmental Group
29/09/2014

It's nice to see that cameras have finally gone up on tyrconnell road to address the illegal dumping [more...]

Inchicore Is Overall Winner in City Neighbourhood Awards 2014
23/09/2014

I have to say I am surprised that Inchicore received any award, I know that the Environmental group is excellent and is making a real difference but the whole are is still neglected by the council, bu [more...]