First Clean Up Of 2022 Takes Place This Saturday

Dear Members and Residents, Happy New Year to you and your family. The first Residents Association clean up of the year will take place this Saturday at 10.30am. All residents are welcome. If you can spare an hour please come along. We will follow Covid guidelines and social distancing advice for outdoor activities. Kind regards, Residents Association Committee Continue reading First Clean Up Of 2022 Takes Place This Saturday

Clean Up & Biodiversity Planting

Dear Members and Residents, Yesterday a hardy group of volunteers braved the wind and cold to clean up the Avenue and the entrance to the estate. The volunteers also planted three dozen lavender plants at the entrance to the estate and beside the Little Library. These were purchased with the assistance of the DĂșn Laoghaire Rathdown County Council biodiversity grant. Lavender plants are a great … Continue reading Clean Up & Biodiversity Planting

We’re Spring Planting This Saturday And We Need Your Help!

Dear Members and Residents, It’s that time of the year again. The Residents Association committee will be planting 1000 crocus and daffodil bulbs in the grass verge along Brennanstown Ave (from the Little Library to the Old Bray Rd) this Saturday 6th at 10.30am. If you can spare some time and would like to help out please come along. Bring a trowel if you have … Continue reading We’re Spring Planting This Saturday And We Need Your Help!

DLR Tidy Districts 2021 – Brennanstown Report

Dear Members and Residents, The Residents Association entered the Tidy Districts Competition for the first time this year. Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council’s Tidy Districts Competition has over twenty-six years of history. While it is primarily an anti-litter competition, it has evolved over the years to also include biodiversity, community engagement and climate action. This environmental awareness programme offers the Council an opportunity to recognise and … Continue reading DLR Tidy Districts 2021 – Brennanstown Report