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.

Represent

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

Participate

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

Support

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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National Tree Week 21st March – 27th March, 2021National Tree Week will take place from 21st March – 27th March, 2021. As in other years the Tree Council of Ireland and Wicklow County Council are offering trees for planting during the week. Wicklow County Council is arranging for distribution to schools, community groups and residents associations in the county.If your group or school is interested in availing of some trees during that week please Email your interest ti: eao@wicklowcoco.ie Your Email should give detail of the contact person, contact telephone number and location for delivery of trees. Trees will be approximately 80 – 100 cm high and will consist of a mixture of, Rowan, Birch, Sycamore, Oak, Beech, Holly, bird cherry and Alder, subject to availability. Distribution of trees will be made once trees arrive with Wicklow County Council. Unfortunately WCC cannot guarantee delivery by specific dates but expect that trees will be available for delivery before or during National Tree Week. Numbers of trees distributed to each group will depend on demand, which varies from one year to the next. Tree distribution and planting for 2021 should be done taking account of Covid restriction, maintaining social distancing and avoiding gathering of people outside their household units for events. See MoreSee Less
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