IPB Pride of Place Awards
Pride of Place is an all-island competition that recognises improvements made by local communities to create civic pride in their area. The competition focus is about people coming together to shape, change and enjoy all that is good about their area.
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IPB Pride of Place, Co-operation Ireland, Dublin
Carmichael House, 4-7 North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7, D07 RHA8.
Phone: 01 819 7692
IPB Pride of Place, Co-operation Ireland, Belfast
Unit 5 Weavers Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast BT12 5GH.
Tel: 028 9032 1462
And the (Green) Oscar Goes to….
Find out about the Cloughjordan Eco Village, a completely sustainable village in rural Tipperary: the first of its kind in Ireland.
Big Hearts At Croi Heart And Stroke Centre Galway
Read more about what the judges learned about healthy tips for a happier heart at the Croi Heart and Stroke Centre Galway.
“There Is Such Progress Here And It Is A Wonderful Place To Live In”
From a problematic area to a wonderful place to live. Find out how the residents of Springlawn, Co. Longford have turned it all around.
It’s All Happening In Lanesboro
Did you know that the Lanesboro scouts have a mission to restore a barge?
Fáilte A Chur Fánaid Ghaeltacht
Find out how the judge’s visit to Fanad Gaeltacht and Fanad peninsula went.
Integration Through Collaboration
Find out about the day the Judges came to Balbriggan and what they saw there.
Wicker Huts, Sunny Weather And Music In The Air
Find out about the Judge’s visit to Kilberry Co Kildare.
Festina Lente Bray
Horse riding, heritage gardens and doggie days…. these are just some of the things that the Festival Lente Bray puts on for its community.
“We Make It What It Is”
See what Swinford Community has done to promote inclusion in its community.
Something For Everyone
Find out how the residents of Droughiska, Roscam and Ardaun in Galway are regenerating their area with great success.
Keep Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’
Health programme turned fun! See how an entire community caught the cycling bug at Innisfree, Sligo.
Racecars And Boxing Stars
“An inspiration to other groups and the wider public.” What could have made The Cathaoirleach of Sligo County Council say this? Read on…