Corca Dhuibhne Tourism & Hospitality SEC
Corca Dhuibhne Tourism and Hospitality launched a new Tourism and Hospitality sector Sustainable Environmental Community (SEC) at Ionad an Bhlascaoid on Thursday 9th March 2023.
Riarthóir Airgeadais/Financial Administrator Wanted
Dingle Hub is looking for an experienced financial administrator to work across multiple Dingle Hub projects and provide support to the Finance Manager.
MaREI Wins Science Foundation Ireland Award
MaREI has won the 2022 “SFI Engaged Research of the Year Award” for the Dingle Peninsula 2030 initiative.
Corca Dhuibhne SEC – SEAI’s Inspirational Energy Community for 2022
Corca Dhuibhne Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) is this year’s SEAI Inspirational Energy Community.
Department of Transport Visit Dingle Hub
Ken Spratt, Secretary General with the Department of Transport, was in Dingle to meet some of the people and partners involved in the Sustainable Mobility pilot project.
WKDF Sustainable Energy Community Moving Forward
The West Kerry Dairy Farmers Sustainable Energy Community met in Dingle to see what steps they can take to become more energy efficient.
Introducing Our New Intern Caragh
We’ve had an extra member of the team over the last few months. Caragh approached Dingle Hub for an internship, so she could explore career opportunities and learn new skills. She has proved to be a great help to the team, particularly in our busy summer period. Here’s her report on her time so far.
Dingle Hub Update September 1st 2022
Our bi-monthly update, with news on a visit from MEP Sean Kelly, our Champion Changemakers workshop, and those great little postcards West Kerry residents received!
Feachtas cártaí poist / Postcards from Dingle Hub
Dingle Hub sent out flyers reminding you (and anybody visiting) where we are and what we are doing on and for Dingle Peninsula. Feel free to keep this postcard on display so you know where to find us again!
Seán Kelly visits Corca Dhuibhne
MEP Seán Kelly visited Dingle on August 22nd where he was meeting colleagues from ESB Networks, talking about their involvement in the Corca Dhuibhne/Dingle Peninsula 2030 initiative.
Dingle Hub Update August 18th
Our bi-monthly update with news on a writers’ workshop recently held at the Hub, our Champion Changemakers workshop, and a new vacancy at Dingle Hub.
Summer Writing Seminar Comes to Dingle Hub
In the first week of August, a group of around 20 writers from Bay Path University’s MFA program in creative nonfiction spent a week in Dingle, a lot of that time in Dingle Hub.
Second Co-Working Site for Dingle Hub
We’re pleased to be looking after a second site in the Dingle area! We’re working with Údarás na Gaeltachta to manage gteic@Corca Dhuibhne, a 16 desk facility on the outskirts of Dingle, near Milltown Bridge.
Dingle Hub Update August 4th
Our bi-monthly update with news about our new remote working location, the Champion Changemakers workshop, and a poetry reading with Paul Muldoon.
Fáilte Ireland Officials Discuss Sustainable Energy Community with Dingle Hub
Senior Fáilte Ireland officials came to Dingle in July to hear about the work done so far in sustainable energy, and discuss creating a Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) on the peninsula.
Dingle Hub Update for July 21
Our bi-monthly update, with news on Minister Joe O’Brien’s visit to Dingle Hub, a Dingle Global Education group who came by to learn about Dingle Hub’s sustainability initiatives, the Hub’s presence at the Energy and Farm Business show, and our new team member, Bernard O’Sullivan.
Tá ball fóirne nua le cuir in aithne díbh / New member of Dingle Hub team
Bernard O’Sullivan is the new Office and Projects Administrator with Dingle Hub. As well as a degree in Business and Marketing he has loads of real-world experience across agriculture, tourism, the stationery business, marketing and customer relations.
Minister O’Brien Visits Dingle Hub
The Minister of State with responsibility for Community Development and Charities is the latest politician to come to Dingle! Joe O’Brien TD spent his time here In Dingle Hub, learning about the variety of projects we’re involved in.
Meeting Remote Workers: Caint, caife agus craic
Dingle Hub is convening remote workers across the peninsula to talk about their experiences working from home. These are informal meetings for remote workers in any profession — we hope to see you at the next one!
Minister Eamon Ryan visits the Dingle Peninsula
Eamon Ryan, Minister for the Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport, paid a visit by bus to Dingle Peninsula to meet the partners involved in Corca Dhuibhne 2030 initiative who are working with the community towards a more sustainable future.