The Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun pride themselves in leading change from waste to resource through Reuse, Redesign, Research and Education. Find out more…
Two organisations working together to improve their area and promote a safe living environment for residents.
The CWELL Programme stands for Community Wellness, Empowerment, Leadership and Life Skills. Developed by local community groups, community activists, and University of Limerick staff to meet the needs of people in St. Mary’s Community.
This is the first year that the Tuamgraney Community Initiative has entered in the Pride of Place competition. A large crowd came out to meet the judges and walk the woodlands.
Project that aims to make Galway a low carbon sustainable city by 2030.
Judges visit to the seaside community of Magheroarty, Donegal.
Find out how an overenthusiastic council worker overstepped the mark!
Check out the derelict spaces of Co Louth that have been transformed through green fingers!
Did you know that the sundial in Blackrock Village, Co. Louth is the largest sundial in a public place in Ireland?
The judges visit to St Clare’s Primary School, Harold’s Cross started with a ‘Run A Mile’ activity which the judges weren’t expected to take part in!
Judging is well under way for Pride of Place 2014, and some of you may have already completed the judging visits. This year, we are inviting you to give your entry a further push by getting it featured on here. Shortly we will be in contact with your liaison to get the inside scoop on how […]
After consulting widely with judges and liaison officers and always seeking to refine and maximise the impact of the competition, we’ve decided to keep the population categories at five and to continue with designated single issue themes in categories 6, 7 and 8. Categories 9 and 10 are not population specific. Category 11 is a […]