Community Women’s Studies Course- Blessington & Carnew

County Wicklow Partnerships’ SICAP Programme, in collaboration with Glending Community Development Group, Carnew Hub and KWETB, will be delivering two free 8 week Community Studies Women’s course in both Blessington and Carnew. Please find details below in poster attached. For more information or to enroll on this free course please contact Mary Millett on 087…

Film Course Showcase event

Well done and congratulations to the participants who completed the Film Studies course in Glenealy IT this week. They held a showcase event last Thursday night (4th April 2019) which demonstrated the great journey they have been on which culminated in the creation of inspiring, creative and engaging short films which were premiered on the night! Credit…

Recruitment: Part-time SICAP Community Development Officer

Employment Opportunity Part-time SICAP Community Development Officer   County Wicklow Community Partnership CLG is a Local Development Company that delivers a range of social inclusion, enterprise, employment and community development programmes for individuals and communities in County Wicklow. County Wicklow Partnership has been awarded the contract to deliver the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme…

Social Enterprise Development Strategy Launched

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE STRATEGY – THE WICKLOW WAY 2019 – 2021 County Wicklow Partnership is delighted to announce the launch of the Strategic Plan for the development of the Social Enterprise in the County of Wicklow.    Following a commissioned piece of research which was funded through the LEADER and SICAP programmes this research sought to identify…

Walks Scheme Open for New Participants

    The Department of Rural and Community Development has recently announced the re-opening of the National Walks Scheme for new participants to join the scheme. The National Walks Scheme facilitates the development and maintenance of many of Ireland’s walking trails.  The scheme assists in the provision of high quality walking trails by private landholders…