Co-operation Ireland, its local authority partners and its headline sponsor, IPB Insurance, are proud to present the prestigious Pride of Place Competition for the 21st consecutive year. The purpose of the competition is to acknowledge the work being done every day by communities all over the island of Ireland. This year we look forward to receiving exciting entries across some new categories – Communities Welcoming New Communities and Climate Action & Biodiversity. The high quality and breadth of work carried out across the island of Ireland continues to impress our judges, year after year.
The IPB Pride of Place Gala Dinner & Award Ceremony 2023 is due to take place in Armagh City Hotel on Friday 10th November, it promises to be an amazing night hosted by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.
To prepare yourself for this year, we’d like to invite you to cast your mind back to the 2022 awards. The video showcases a fabulous awards celebrating the 20th Anniversary in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road hosted by Dublin City Council on Saturday, 21st January.
Kerry County Council
Kerry County Council has been delighted to be involved in the Pride of Place competition for many years now.
Like all other counties across Ireland, throughout County Kerry we have lots of diverse groups, associations and organisations who selflessly provide a wide range of services across many sectors.
Belfast City Council
City Connections is a partnership between two community-based tourism development organisations, Fáilte Feirste Thiar in west Belfast and East Side Tourism in east Belfast.