Ballyfermot Parents Education Forum are running a series of information sessions about the CAO, points, college access routes, grants and scholarships;
Come along and find out more;
Understanding CAO & points
Tuesday November 8th 6.30-7.30pm Ballyfermot Civic Centre
The HEAR scheme & College Access routes
Tuesday November 22nd 6.30-7.30pm Ballyfermot Civic Centre
Understanding College Fees and grants
Tuesday January 17th 2017 6.30-7.30pm Ballyfermot Civic Centre
The Dublin City Local Economic and Community Plan 2016-2021 is a new plan by Dublin City Council to strengthen community and economic development in Dublin City.
There will be a consultation for residents of Ballyfermot/Cherry Orchard in Ballyfermot Library
Thursday October 6th
Ballyfermot Library, Ballyfermot Road D10
For further information : Pat Teehan 086 8150113;Mary Noonan 0868150365; Ciaran Reid 01-6235612
Yes, Ballyfermot has its own 1916 heroes.We have just put up a poster and personal testament of Ned Keogh who lived in The Ranch (Lower Ballyfermot/Inchicore). Ned was a volunteer in the Irish Citizen Army, worked in the railway works in Inchicore and fought under Michael Mallin and Countess Markievicz at St Stephens Green on Easter Week.We will have his personal testimony on display in reception for the month of April.Come on down and read his story!