Welcome to County Wicklow PPN

Co. Wicklow PPN is a network of community groups from all the municipal districts in Co. Wicklow that focus on environmental, social inclusion and other community activities across the county.


We provide a structure for Co. Wicklow community groups to nominate community representatives to decision and policy making bodies in the county.


Become a member of this Network that supports the community to participate in local and national policy and decision making.


We support member groups to grow, develop, be informed and have their voices heard.

Our story

County Wicklow Public Participation Network (PPN) was formed in July 2014. Since then Co Wicklow PPN has worked towards branding itself, developing transparent structures and procedures, providing community information, supporting member groups, representing the community on various committees and raising awareness of the PPN itself.

County Wicklow PPN is a non-party political and non-sectarian representative organisation that acts as a voice for all community and voluntary organisations in County Wicklow.

The PPN’s purpose is to provide an inclusive and independent structure that enables community consultation and participation in policy and decision making so as to improve the quality of life and opportunities for people in the county.

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If you care about our Marine environment you might want to check out this article and supports from our colleagues in Clare PPN to help you make a submission to "Expanding Ireland’s Marine Protected Area Network." Deadline for submissions is 5pm on Friday 30th July.Our ocean is at breaking point, under threat from overfishing, pollution, aquaculture and more. Clare-based ocean wildlife filmmaker Ken O’Sullivan is calling on groups and individuals in Clare to let the Government know we want Ireland’s marine environment protected. Please take a few minutes to make a submission, however short, on ‘Expanding Ireland’s Marine Protected Area Network’. The deadline is 5pm on Friday, July 30th. See the Clare PPN website for more about this issue and how to make a submission: clareppn.ie/our-seas-are-at-risk/ See MoreSee Less
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