Pobail Phluinceid – St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh GAA Club – Here to help during Covid19 Emergency – Phone (01) 90 20 20 1


About 2 weeks ago, St. Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh GAA Club set up a delivery service to deliver prescriptions from Meaghers Pharmacy, Kinvara Park for people over 70, who are  ocooning or who have underlying medical problems. This has been a great success.

Last week, they expanded the system to include fuel, groceries and other necessities for people not able to get them themselves.  People can call  01 90 20 20 1 which will ring on one of their volunteer mobiles and they will coordinate with their club members who can carry out the request. They have also contacted our local SuperValu store at Rathborne and arranged to commence deliveries from the store today, Monday 30th March.

The service is called Pobal Phluincéid and they plan to drop leaflets to the homes in the neighbourhood this week with the contact number as many who may need the service in the area do not use social media. All the volunteers live in the immediate area and they are coordinating daily response teams.

If you are aware of anyone who might require this service please pass on the phone number.

Next NRCC Meeting and Text Alert Renewal


The next meeting of the Navan Road Community Council will take place tomorrow Wednesday 4th March 2020 at 8pm in the Parish Centre, Navan Road.  Everyone welcome to attend.

If you wish to renew your subscription to or join our Navan Road Text Alert Scheme (see details on our webpage) please drop in before the meeting from 7.30pm. You can also join/renew through PayPal on our webpage.






The Navan Road Text Alert Scheme is due for renewal for anyone who joined prior to January 2019.  The cost of renewal is 10 euro.

If you would like to renew we will be in the Parish Centre behind the Navan Road Church this evening from 7.30pm to 8.00pm prior to the monthly NRCC meeting.

We will publish more opportunities for renewal shortly.

Please remember that you can renew on our website navanroad.com by using our PayPal Account.

We look forward to seeing you.

Have you a spare hour a week to volunteer?


St. Vincent’s Centre Navan Road and St. Louis’s Centre Knockmaroon Hill are appealing for volunteers.  So if you have even and hour to spare each week and would like to get involved please contact Rhoda Judge details below.


New Years Resolution – Why not get involved in your community

An hour of your time will make a difference! St Vincent’s Centre, Navan Road, St Louise’s Centre, Knockmaroon Hill (opp Mount Sackville) , are looking for volunteers. Could you support someone to get involved in a special Olympics event, are you free on a Wednesday evening for an hour to support an activity session, do you enjoy a coffee and chat or gardening, or do you just want to get involved but don’t know how to do it ? IF so, Give volunteering a go! All is needed is an hour of your time. Please contact Rhoda Judge Volunteer Co-ordinator for a chat about volunteering with the Daughters of Charity, call 01-8245449/ 087-6368985 ( anytime) or email rhoda.judge@docservice.ie – Go on make that call!

Bus Connects Routes – Final Chance to Comment


Please see the Navan Road Community Council submission here Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign 2

This is the final opportunity to send your observations/submissions on the proposed changes to Dublin Bus Routes serving the Navan Road area, particularly the No. 122.  The 122 will change from a 10 minute service at peak times, travelling to the southside of the city and accessing the main entrance to the Mater Hospital and Crumlin Childrens Hopital, and will become the No. 97, an hourly service to Parnell Square only.  The 70 Bus from Dunboyne has been downgraded to 2 buses at peak time and will probably be full by the time it reaches the Navan Road.  

The deadline is Tuesday the 10th December 2019, by email to consultations@busconnects.ie or in writing to Dublin Area Bus Network Redesign, National Transport Authority, Dún Scéine, Harcourt Lane, Dublin 2 D02 WT20.

Full details are on the BusConnects brochure dropped into every house over the last few  weeks and on www.busconnects.ie.

The revised infrastructure part of the project (gardens, roads etc) will be published in early 2020.