What is Public Participation Network (PPN)?

A Public Participation Network (PPN) is a network that allows local authorities to connect with Community and Voluntary, Environmental, and Social Inclusion groups within the boundaries of their administration. The primary purpose of the PPN is to enable the PPN member groups to input into and have their voices heard within the formal decision making structures of the local authority. There are currently 270 members of Roscommon PPN

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1901, 2022

Water Forum Webinar Invitation

webinar on Public Participation in Catchment Management on 3rd February 2022 at 10am – 12:30.   As you may know the draft River Basin Management Plan is currently out for public consultation. As part of [...]

1901, 2022

2022 Wind Farm Community Funds

the 2022 Wind Farm Community Funds (excluding Grousemount Wind Farm) are now open for applications until March 13th, 2022.  For a full list of Wind Farm Community Funds included in this call, please click here. [...]

1612, 2021

The Community Activities Fund (CAF)

  1. Guidelines for Community Activities Fund under CEP 2021 2. Terms and Conditions CAF 2021 2022 The Community Activities Fund (CAF) was announced by the Minister for Rural and Community Development, Heather Humphries T.D. [...]

212, 2021

Roscommon Public Participation Network Members Update Thursday 2nd  December 2021

        Roscommon Public Participation Network Members Update Thursday 2nd  December 2021 Please share this update with your members.   If your group would like to advertise an upcoming event or news piece, [...]

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📣Last call for registrations for tomorrow nights webinar. 🖥️ An Information webinar will take place tomorrow (Thurs. Feb. 29th) @ 7pm. To register, visit ow.ly/fHsp50QIGAB✔️ Applications of expressions of interest remain open to Tues. Mar. 19th.💻 Information & application forms available on ow.ly/wSS850QIGAA ... See MoreSee Less
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Gentle Reminder - Our Community Information sessions are commencing this evening in Curraghboy. Check out the graphic below for details of your nearest drop-in session taking place over the next fortnite👇We look forward to meeting with community members Rahara Tidy Towns & Development Curraghboy Tidy Towns Committee We Are Athleague Drum Community Centre (Ionad Pobail an Droma) Knockcroghery / St Johns / Rahara Parish Culleen Hall St Brigid's GAA Club Moore Community Office Monksland Town Team Moore United F.C. Ballyforan Fair Monksland Community Centre ... See MoreSee Less
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📣 Free Drop-in Community Information Evenings 👉Open to both new and existing community member groups🔹The aim of these informal sessions is to meet with community groups in-person, connect you with PPN Secretariat Members from your area and also provide you with support and assistance to develop your group.Why Attend🧐• Learn about the benefits of PPN Membership • Accessing Roscommon County Council Funding • How to become involved in Local Decision Making• Latest Information on a range of Free Training/Workshops for CommunitiesRSVP 📧 Please let us know if you/your group are coming along to any of the sessions by booking your place via email to info@roscommonppn.ie This would be greatly appreciated in order to cater for all prospective attendees.Both the PPN Staff and Secretariat Members look forward to meeting with you and we will have the kettle boiled! Check out the below graphic to find tour nearest drop-in location today 👇 Roscommon County Council @followers ... See MoreSee Less
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📌 Since its inception in 1985, National Tree Week has been responsible for planting almost one million trees in Ireland. 📍 Roscommon County Council is offering a limited number of native trees to Community Groups and Schools. 👍 National Tree Week is an initiative of the @treecouncilofireland and will take place this year from 3rd March to 10th March 2024.👏 To be part of National Tree Week, Community Groups and Schools are invited to organise and participate in tree planting events throughout the week. Events can be registered at www.treecouncil.ie✔️ For further information on National Tree Week in County Roscommon or to avail of free trees for planting - 📧 envawareness@roscommoncoco.ie ☎️ 090 6637260 🗓️ Deadline Thursday 29th February, 2024.⚠️ Every effort will be made to facilitate all who apply, but please note that the number of trees available is limited.#treeweek2024 #NationalTreeWeek #plantingtreesforagreenerfuture ... See MoreSee Less
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