Innovate Limerick, through Film in Limerick are holding an online information session on Monday 18 January at 1pm for anyone interested in finding out more about the ENGINE Short Film Scheme. The lunchtime chat with Regional Film Manager Paul C. Ryan and ENGINE Shorts Manager Rachel Power will give attendees the chance to hear from the organisers and to pose any questions about the scheme.
Limerick City and County Council has been successful in receiving funding for six projects under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme 2020, announced today (Friday). Projects in Feenagh, Glin, Croom, Caherconlish, Doon and Rathkeale will share funding of €679,901 in the scheme which focuses on projects which can help to enhance rural towns and villages, with a particular emphasis on stimulating economic development.
The Castleconnell series of online concerts concludes this month with the Esposito Quartet broadcasting from All Saints Church, Castleconnell on Tuesday, 12th January next at 8pm. The Esposito Quartet comprises of four distinguished musicians with a combined wealth of experience as recital artists, orchestral leaders and teachers.
Limerick City and County Council has announced that decorative lighting installed around the Shannon for Christmas will remain for the rest of the winter period. The city’s traditional Christmas lights will be removed as per normal this week. However the local authority will continue to light the Boardwalk, Bridges and O’Callaghan Strand areas with additional LED lighting that was installed for the festive season.
Limerick Covid-19 Community Response now open from 8am to 8pm to coordinate city and county wide network of volunteers.
Limerick City and County Council, in partnership with the HSE and An Garda Síochána, is reminding vulnerable and elderly people that 7 day support is available for those who need help during the latest Covid-19 surge.
Covid Level 5 restrictions in place from Christmas Eve.
Access to Limerick City and County Council public offices will be by appointment only with effect from 5pm today, Wednesday 23 October 2020 due to Covid Level 5 restrictions coming into effect from Christmas Eve.
The Limerick Development Plan has moved to the next phase. Limerick City and County Council has published the Chief Executive’s Report (CE Report) on the Pre Draft Consultation on the proposed Limerick Development Plan 2022 - 2028.
Limerick has continued to build alliances across Europe as part of the series of events to mark European Week of Regions and Cities. It sees national and regional bodies come together with citizen organisations and businesses to share their ideas on growth and job creation, as well as demonstrating how to implement European Union cohesion policy.
Limerick City and County Council to begin construction of €3 million Regional Athletics Hub in Newcastle West
Limerick City and County Council has appointed contractors Sole Sports & Leisure Limited to begin construction of a new Regional Athletics Hub in Newcastle West in the coming weeks. The new Regional Athletics Hub on the Cork Road in the town includes the construction of an athletics track to international World Athletics standard, floodlights and all associated track facilities, which will have disability access.
More than 100 festive gift ideas from local stores across the city and county for last minute shoppers.
The vast majority of Limerick shoppers are looking for local this Christmas and buying locally produced or sold products either online or in-store, this year, compared to 2019.
A fascinating insight into the history of Newcastle West in the early 20th century has been unveiled. The archive consists of five historically significant years of the Newcastle West newspaper, The Weekly Observer, from 1915 to 1919, and is available to the public in both online and hardcopy formats. It consists of all issues of The Weekly Observer, from its inception in August 1915 through to the end of 1919.
The new bottle filling stations provide contactless, clean and safe water without the risk of touching high-use buttons that could increase the spread of infection. Users can simply place a water bottle into the holder and the sensors will pick up on movement and activate the machine.