Ireland’s largest community awards come back to Dublin.
Ireland’s largest community awards will be hosted by Dublin City Council on Saturday, 21st January with hundreds of delegates expected to travel from across the four provinces to the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road.
The Pride of Place awards is an annual competition organised by peacebuilding charity Co-operation Ireland and sponsored by IPB Insurance.
Established to promote and celebrate the best in community development, the awards recognise the selfless efforts of people in making their local neighbourhoods better places to live, work and socialise. The awards will recognise the efforts made by community groups over the post pandemic period during 2022
Pride of Place is an All-Island competition whereby local authorities from across the island of Ireland nominate groups in their communities who they feel have made a significant contribution to improving their neighbourhood, working collectively. The competition culminates with a Gala Awards Ceremony.
We congratulate all nominees and look forward to a great night of worthy celebration.
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.