Ireland’s longest running voluntary newsletter
First published in 1974, the Dalkey Community Council newsletter holds the record for the longest running, voluntary community-based free publication in Ireland. The newsletter is treasured by locals as an invaluable source for local news and issues as well as local business tradespeople. The newsletter includes a summary of the latest Dalkey Community Council meeting, updates from Dalkey Heritage Centre and Dalkey Tidy Towns, local planning applications, news from local churches, local history, schools, drama societies and sports clubs and forthcoming events. In addition there are regular columns such as ‘My Garden’ by Philippa Thomas, ‘Maritime Dalkey’ by Jehan Ashmore and ‘Nature Corner’ by Michael Ryan.
Gerard Coakley (Editor)
Ann Perry (Assistant Editor/Advertising)
Danny Merrity (Distribution)
Dr Susan Mc Donnell
Read the October 2020 newsletter online
Read the September 2020 newsletter online
Read the August 2020 newsletter online
Read the July 2020 Newsletter online. This edition also includes the annual reports from the Chairman, Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre, Functions, Neighbourhood Watch, Sports, Newsletter, Secretary, Tidy Towns, Treasurer and Planning.
Read the June 2020 newsletter online
This month with further Covid19 restrictions imposed throughout the country we are unable to produce a printed version, however the May 2020 Newsletter is available to read online. When restrictions are lifted, we hope to return to our usual printed version.
Read the April 2020 newsletter online. Hard copies of this newsletter are available for collection in Dalkey at the following locations: SuperValu, Dalkey Pharmacy, the Post Office Dessie Conway’s Shop Dalkey Park, Hillside.
Note: The April newsletter had gone to print before the outset of Covid 19 and many events and listings are now cancelled.
Read the March 2020 newsletter online
Read the February 2020 newsletter online
Read the December 2019 newsletter online