Good water quality in our rivers, lakes, estuaries and coastal waters is a precious resource for everyone in the community.
The Bride River is one of 190 areas prioritised for focused water quality action by the Local Authority Waters Programme. We will be visiting the catchment later this summer and will be working with the public and state agency partners to address water quality issues.
Usually, we hold face-to-face meetings with the local community to talk about water quality in the catchment and explain our work, however, to comply with Covid-19 restrictions, this Community Information Meeting will be held via Zoom. Full details are included below:
|CATCHMENT NAME||DATE AND TIME||MEETING LINK|
(Ballyvolane, Blackpool, Churchfield, Dublin Hill, Farranrea, Kerry Pike, Lanes Cross, Mayfield, Montenotte, The Glen)
|Thursday 24th of June, 2021 at 7:30pm||https://bit.ly/3uz0r6F|
To register for the meeting, please visit https://bit.ly/3uz0r6F .
If you would like further information, please contact Catherine Seale-Duggan, Community Water Officer (085 8085533 – email@example.com) or Maeve Ryan, Catchment Manager (085 8025273 – firstname.lastname@example.org).