What is Public Participation Network (PPN)?

A new framework for public engagement and participation, called the Public Participation Network (PPN) is currently being developed within each local authority area. The PPN will be the main link through which the local authority connects with the community, social inclusion and environmental sectors without prejudice to other consultation processes. There are currently 250 members of Roscommon PPN

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Volunteer Ireland Consultation

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JAM Card Campaign

Transport for Ireland along with Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland, Iarnród Éireann, TFI Local Link and Luas are continuing our journey to become JAM Card friendly. The Jam Card will assist customers using the [...]

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#LayerUp

The Government has updated the public health advice posters. Layer Up is a cross-Government campaign which encourages us to layer up on the behaviours to protect from Covid-19 by getting vaccinated, wearing face masks, washing/sanitising [...]

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Roscommon County Council is preparing a new Irish Language Plan 2022 – 2025RCC would like to invite any groups or individuals that are interested to make an online submission.Click roscommon-self.achieveservice.com/en to access My Online ServicesClick A-Z of Services tabClick Irish Language Plan Consultation ... See MoreSee Less
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Our Community Education Service offers support to Community Groups by provision of either funding or a tutor for the purpose of Community Education.Find the Community Education Grant Application Booklet online at: gretb.ie/community-education-grants-2/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Creative Youth Grant Scheme 2021 Galway and Roscommon Local Creative Youth Partnership (LCYP) has grant funding available in 2021 under a Creative Youth Grant Scheme, administered by Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB).The intention of this scheme is to support community-driven creative projects that children and young people can access. The Creative Youth Grant Scheme has an intended target focus of children and young people from the ages of 0 to 24, who are willing to take part in a group supported creativity process, delivered in a safe and enjoyable environment. The maximum grant available is €2,500. Grants awarded must be fully spent by 30th June 2022.For more information contact gretbyouthservice@gretb.ie #LCYP #GRETB #Galway #Roscommon #creativity ... See MoreSee Less
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