Sustainable Skerries

This is a report of sorts of the first Skerries Eco Night, 22 November 2022. It has also a list of actions. Join us in doing something – yourself, in your...

We do it every day, usually several times – eat. And what we eat makes a difference. As you can see from a few examples below, based on the BBC Climate...

Have you made your submission to the Skerries Active Travel Plan yet? You can find out more on https://www.fingal.ie/activetravel/Skerries but hurry, you can only make a submission until 3 November! And...

Our first ever Skerries Wild Bee Festival was a great success, partly down to all the hard work people put in and partly down to luck. It all began early this...

Sustainable Skerries Committee Member Brendan Muldoon writes: On a recent trip to the Ballygossan Park Playground in Skerries my eye was drawn to a rather barren-looking patch of ground in the...

Seasonal. Local. Organic. Waste-minimising. Ecosphere-enhancing. Regenerative= SLOWER Food! We braved the rain, saw the Community Gardens at Skerries Mills, welcomed platains, wholemeal sourdough bread, homemade popcorn, wonderful cake made by a...

If anyone here has kids in St Pat’s, they will probably know that some parents have taken the initiative to save torn, worn, and / or scruffy uniform items from the...

By now we all know that we are living in a double emergency (if not triple or quadruple), given the situation of climate change and biodiversity loss. Wouldn’t you love to...

The Skerries Bee Map was the result of a collaboration between members of the biodiversity team of Sustainable Skerries and local artist/illustrator Kristina Keegan. The purpose of the map is to...

Join Charlie and Marion Heasman on this stroll through the Ballast Bit, starting at the Bottle Bank on Barnageeragh Road. We’ll explore the Ballast Pit looking not only at bumblebees but...