Biodiversity the theme of the second Skerries Eco Night

Attention Skerries residents, businesses, organizations, and clubs!

Are you ready for an exciting and informative evening focused on biodiversity?

Join us at Skerries Mills on Thursday, April 27th, 2023, starting at 7:30 pm, for the second Skerries Eco Night!

This event is a unique opportunity to come together, learn, and explore what we can do for biodiversity as individuals, households, members of clubs, and associations.

We’ll delve into the existing and future biodiversity initiatives in our community and discover what they can offer your organization, business, group, club, friends, and family.

You’ll get to hear from two inspiring speakers during the first half of the event.

Charlie Heasman, the driving force behind the Sustainable Skerries Pollinator Plan, will share his wealth of knowledge on biodiversity action.

And Aileen O’Connor, Fingal Operations, will inform us about the progress Fingal County Council is making regarding biodiversity and how we can help them.

But the excitement doesn’t stop there! We’ll have an opportunity to explore and discuss biodiversity from different angles, including what we can do in small gardens or even just with a balcony, and the role organizations, businesses, farmers, and clubs can play.

Don’t forget to confirm your attendance by filling out this form, as Skerries Mills needs to know the numbers for refreshments. And with only 60 spots available, sign up early to secure your place at this unmissable event!

We would like to thank the Skerries Community Association for their help in making this event possible. So what are you waiting for? Come along and be a part of this exciting evening focused on biodiversity and sustainability! See you on the 27th!


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