Offaly County Council wishes to advise that the following Public Offices will re- open public counters on Thursday 5th August 2021 from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm Monday to Friday:

Áras an Chontae, Charleville Road, Tullamore

Tullamore Tullamore Municipal District Offices

The Public Offices listed below will open as follows:

** Edenderry Municipal District Offices (Monday-Wednesday each week from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm only)

** Birr Municipal District Offices (Tuesday-Thursday each week from 9.30 am to 1pm only)

At Áras an Chontae, Tullamore, counter services for Planning, Roads, the Local Enterprise Office, Community & Culture, Corporate Services, Water Services and Environment will be available by APPOINTMENT MADE IN ADVANCE only.

Where possible the public should continue to access our services by phone, email, online or by appointment. Please read for latest information and measures in place.

Offaly County Council Announces €30,000 Funding for Sports Governing Bodies to Deliver Programmes in Offaly

Offaly County Council this week announced funding of €30,000 for 5 governing bodies to deliver their participation programmes in Offaly.

 

Making the announcement Councillor Declan Harvey (Cathaoirleach) said, “we are delighted to be able to fund a range of different sports programmes in Offaly”.  In the week that Shane Lowry travels to Whistling Straits to represent Europe at the Ryder Cup, Councillor Harvey announced that Golf Ireland will be one of the five bodies to be supported.

 

“Shane is one of the most inspirational sportspeople to come out of Offaly and he came through the golfing system as an amateur”, said Councillor Harvey.  “Our grant of €3,600 to Golf Ireland will hopefully now inspire others in the county”, he added.  The funding for Golf Ireland will be used to deliver golf training in DEIS primary schools and also for females attending secondary school. 

 

A grant in the sum of €11,891 has been awarded to the FAI towards its range of football in the community initiatives.  Athletics Ireland is approved for €6,845 towards the growth of juvenile athletics in Clara, while Hockey Ireland and the Camogie Association are in line to receive €4,050 and €3,624 respectively.