After an extended break in sunnier parts of the world, I'm back and moderating the site again.

Apologies to those of you with queries or news items I was unable to deal with when away. Great to see that the forum is busier than ever, which is testament to the buzz of activity around the area.

If anyone with IT experience and a genuine interest in facilitating dialogue in the community is interested in getting involved, the invitation remains open to participate in the website.

Regards,
Paul


(Thanks to Keatinge's Pharmacy for sponsoring this website.)
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News

Former world champion darts player flights it to Inchicore
08/07/2014

Fundraising Event: On Saturday July 19 - Bob Anderson, former world darts champion (he was ranked as world number one for over three years in the late 1980s) will be appearing at the Inchicore Unit [more...]

Ulster Bank to close in Inchicore
01/07/2014

Ulster Bank has confirmed it is to close nine branches around the country, including three sub offices. The branches are in South Mall in Cork; Granard in Co Longford; Pearse Road in Sligo; Clane  [more...]

William Partridge Plaque Unveiled
13/07/2013

A large crowd gathered on Brookfield Road on Friday last when Ceantar Mhaighneann. The Kilmainham and Inchicore Heritage Group presided at unveiling of a plaque to mark the place where William Partrid [more...]

Latest Forum Posts

Gangs hanging around the shops
26/07/2014

If you ask DCC to look at the cameras all they ever say is the cameras are not pointing in that direction. We have an issue with the cameras for years, DCC tell you we are watching something else. At  [more...]

your favourite part about living in the inchicore area
23/07/2014

The Inchicore Sports and Social Club in the works is brilliant and a fantastic resource for the community. Lots of good things on and the committee are to be commended on their hard work! Kilmainham G [more...]

Pedestrian lights - Emmet Road at shops
23/07/2014

The new Emmet Road traffic lights are a massive improvement in the village. I agree entirely with you Liam. Well done to those involved. [more...]