Author: Donal McCormack

European Elections 2024 – Plant for the Future

Community Gardens Ireland are a voluntary, independent, inclusive group that works with all agencies and groups that promote environmental awareness and support community gardening and food growing in all parts of the island of Ireland.  Similar to the Local Elections in 2024, the European Elections in 2024 will also be incredibly important. Over the coming […]

3rd Annual Online Gathering of Community Growers, 2nd March

On Saturday 2nd March 2024 at 11am, Community Gardens Ireland and Social Farms and Gardens Northern Ireland are organising our 3rd annual online gathering of community growers! This is always an incredibly popular event and is the largest online event for anyone interested in allotments, community gardens and community growing across the island of Ireland. […]

Local Elections 2024 – Plant for the Future

Community Gardens Ireland are a voluntary, independent, inclusive group that works with all agencies and groups that promote environmental awareness and support community gardening and food growing in all parts of the island of Ireland.  Community Gardens Ireland strongly believe that the Local Elections in 2024 will be one of the most important elections in […]

Sign up to the HSE’s SunSmart Sunscreen Dispenser Intervention Pilot Project (closing date 29/01/24)!

The Health Service Executive (HSE) is seeking expressions of interest from community or voluntary groups for a pilot research project that involves the use of a sunscreen dispenser with a UV index display. The project will run from May to August 2024. The project is organised by the HSE’s National Cancer Control Programme (NCCP), who […]

Alliance for Insurance Reform, Community Gardens & Allotments

Insurance and funding for insurance is something that we know comes up from time to time from discussions within allotment and community gardening groups across Ireland. Community Gardens Ireland have been in contact with the Alliance for Insurance Reform, who are looking to hear from communities across Ireland. If the cost of insurance is something […]