What’s happening in the Hub?
We are looking forward to welcoming the Commission for Regulation of Utilities to the Dingle Hub on Monday, 2nd September where we will give them an overview of the many initiatives underway on the Peninsula and demonstrate the community’s involvement in projects such as the ESB Networks Dingle Project, the StoreNet Battery project taking place in Ballyferriter and the Gas Networks Ireland and Údaras na Gaeltachta LECo funded Feasibility Study for Anaerobic Digestion on the Dingle Peninsula. There is a growing recognition nationally and internationally of the critical role of community participation in the transition to a low carbon society. This is an ideal opportunity to highlight the importance of this role in a very practical way and showcase how it is working here.
We had a fabulously inspiring session on 30th July with Rachel Holstead from Ealaín na Gaeltachta and a lovely group of people interested in collaborating, sharing knowledge/skills and developing ideas. Delighted to have the next Creative Business Collaborations Network on the 17th September @ 11.30a.m. We’ll have NEWKD in to talk about funding opportunities and we’d love to see you all there for coffee, chat and creative brainstorming. It’s a great opportunity to meet people and network. All welcome.
Bhí seisiún iontach, spreagúil againn ar an 30ú Iúil le aoichainteoir Rache Holstead ó Ealaín na Gaeltachta agus grúpa iontach atá suim acu i gcomhoibriú, in eolas & scileanna a roinnt agus i ngnóthaí/smaointe nua a fhorbairt. Beidh an chéad ócáid eile ar an 17ú Meán Fómhair @ 11.30r.n. Beidh NEWKD linn chun caint faoi maoiniú atá ar fáil leo. Bheadh sé an-dheas sibh a fheiscint ann i gcomhair caifé, comhrá agus tobsmaointeoireachta cruthaitheach. Is deis iontach é chun bualadh le daoine agus nascanna a dhéanamh. Fáilte roimh chách.
The main goal of the Dingle Hub is to create viable and sustainable jobs on the Dingle Peninsula. This is achieved through organising workshops, events, projects, community engagement, etc. and supported by funding and grant assistance. We work in three main areas – Digital Transformation, Environmental Sustainability and Creative Industries. Come and have a chat if you have an idea for a project/event/workshop that would be beneficial to the community and contribute to job creation.
If you’re working from Dingle and are in need of office space, the Hub offers hot desks, dedicated desks and private offices with access to 1GB of eir Fibre Broadband, a dedicated telephone landline, free parking, 24-hour access and more.
Live in a Creative Place, Work in a Creative Space
The Dingle Creativity and Innovation Hub is a Community Enterprise supported by Enterprise Ireland, the Dept of Rural and Community Development through the Town and Village Renewal Scheme, eir, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Kerry Co Co and the Dingle Chamber Alliance.