Latest Community News: Last updated Thursday, October 1st 2015
Croke Park CoderDojo Classes
CoderDojo computer coding classes are held in Croke Park for children aged between 7 and 17 who live within a 1.5km radius of the stadium. Classes are held on Tuesday evenings in the stadium from 6pm-7.30pm and will re-commence on Tuesday,October 20th 2015.
Register your child for the next class today.
Croke Park Community Fund 2016 Update
The 2016 Application Form for the Croke Park Community Fund is now available. For community projects that must take place before March 31st 2016 – the closing date for applications is Wednesday, November 11th 2015
Download a pdf of the Application Form 2016
Download a word version of the Application Form 2016
2016 Closing Dates for Community Fund Applications
The closing dates for applications for each round of funding in 2016 are as follows:
For community projects that must take place before March 31st 2016 – the closing date for applications is Wednesday, November 11th 2015
For community projects that must take place between April and July 2016, the closing date for applications is Friday, February 5th 2016
For projects that must take place between August and October 2016, the closing date for applications is Friday, May 27th 2016
For projects that must take place between October 2016 and January 2017, the closing date for applications is Friday, 2nd September 2016
Local Resident Ticket Draws for the All-Ireland Finals 2015
The local residents’ ticket draws for the 2015 GAA All Ireland Football and Hurling Finals took place on Wednesday, August 19th here in the stadium and were witnessed by an independent auditor. The opportunity to purchase 100 pairs of tickets were allocated to local residents per final.
View the lists for the 2015 All-Ireland Finals Local Residents Tickets Draws
Croke Park Staff Heroes - Recognising Excellence
Bopper Holland, from St. James' Avenue (pictured above, far right in the blue jacket) is a member of the Croke Park Community Team. Bopper was one of Croke Park's unsung heroes who were awarded certificates of recognition by GAA President Aogán Ó Fearghail on Sunday, August 23rd.
Bopper has lived in the shadow of Croke Park Stadium his entire life and has received many commendations from local residents and match goers for the assistance he provides on event days. Croke Park is very proud to have such outstanding team members working behind the scenes. Comhghairdeas Bopper!
Croke Park Community Fund Update
The Ardilaun Square Residents Group, the Foster Terrace Street Feast and the Monto Festival 2015 are just three of the nine local groups that received support at the July meeting of the Croke Park Community Fund committee. So far this year, the Community Fund has allocated over €75,000 in funding to 38 local groups.
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