Sustainable Skerries

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...

The climate crisis has been growing, but we can’t just sit there and let doom and gloom ruin our lives.We can do something! In the book “Regeneration – Ending the Climate...

Committee member Sarah-Jane, who pulled together the submission made on behalf of Sustainable Skerries in May 2022, writes: The overall draft plan as published appears to be a comprehensive and well...

The following is the text of our submission (for the work on which thanks go to our committee member Kristina) to the Draft Active Travel Strategy for Fingal. Active Travel is...

Last Wednesday (18 May 2022), Dave Goulson, the author of the Sunday Times bestseller Silent Earth: Averting the Insect Apocalypse, joined Sustainable Skerries online for a fascinating talk on insects. We...

The sun shone and the sunflower seeds were planted, and the 2022 Sustainable Skerries Car Boot Sale and Family Fun Day was a huge success, thanks to all who set up...

By Sabine McKenna, Sustainable Skerries The situation we’re in, as a species, is worrying. Depressing, even. We know that from the news. We know that from experts. And we are beginning to...

 Sun 8th May, 10am-1pm, Educate Together National School Just come along – and if you’d like to sell, secure your spot on eventbrite now! Buying and selling pre-loved items is a...

Calling all spring-cleaners! If you’re planning a clear-out and hate the thoughts of dumping your once-loved goods, don’t fret. Not only is one person’s trash another person’s treasure… rehoming your pre-loved...