Home energy grants: Individual grants for insulation, heating controls, heat pumps and solar. These grants range in amount from €400 to €6,000 and typically cover around a third of the cost of the works in an average home. Free upgrades for eligible homes: This nationwide scheme delivers free energy efficiency improvements to the homes of peopleContinue Reading SEAI HOME ENERGY GRANTS
To Mark the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH) in 2018, The Heritage Council are focusing on their Community Heritage Grant Scheme on the theme “Make a Connection”, to encourage communities throughout Ireland to build heritage connections that will last long beyond the year. The scheme aims to: • promote appreciation and enjoymentContinue Reading The Heritage Council Community Grant Scheme has €750,000 To Allocate
Today I was delighted to see that the Min. for Social Protection closed the loophole that saw 40,000 pensioners, most of them Women loosing out on around €1,500 a year. This is a step at giving back these people a fair state pension. Below is a summary of what has changed. Government announces significant improvementsContinue Reading At Last.. Govt go some way to right the wrong made in 2012 against Pensioners
Free access to the world’s largest online newspaper portal compliments of Louth County Council Library Service. Louth Library Service now provides library members with free access to the world’s largest online newspaper portal offering free access over 7000 Local, National and International Newspapers and Magazines Online with Library PressReader. All Louth library members canContinue Reading Read your favourite Local or National newspaper free of charge online anytime, anywhere on any device.
The following conservation grant schemes are now open for 2018 and Louth County Council is now accepting applications for : · Structures at Risk Fund 2018 · Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2018 You will find attached below links to each scheme and all the relevant documentation. . Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2018 StructuresContinue Reading Conservation Grant schemes are now open for 2018
The vision of #ConnectingforLifeMidlandsLouthMeath , Ireland’s National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020, is “an Ireland where fewer lives are lost through suicide and where communities and individuals are empowered to improve their mental health and wellbeing”. Unfortunately, over the past number of years many people in in the country have either been directly or indirectly affectedContinue Reading Help develop a Suicide Prevention Action Plan for Louth and Meath – #ConnectingforLife
The Fisheries Local Area Development Scheme – Call for Project Applications Ireland’s seven Fisheries Local Action Groups (FLAGs), invite applications for grant aid under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Operational Programme 2014 -2020, co-funded by the European Union and Irish Government. Project proposals must be consistent with the FLAG Local Development Strategy for the FLAGContinue Reading The Fisheries Area Local Groups Scheme – Call for Applications
Yesterday in my position as Leas Cathaoirleach of Dundalk Municipal Council I was very honoured to attend the first phase of the ‘Our Local Heroes’ project launch at a special event in the Louth County Museum. Read more about 12 Local Heroes Honoured In Dundalk Banner Project …
Deadline for Submissions-31st August 2017 Your Opinion Matters A public consultation is being carried out to help the Department of Health to develop plans for a new statutory scheme for home care services. They would like to find out what people think about current home care services– what is working well and whatContinue Reading Improving Home Care Services in Ireland: Have Your Say! Department of Health to develop plans for a new statutory scheme for home care services.
The Task Force on Sudden Cardiac Death Report recommended that a national defibrillator register be established. In 2011 a joint initiative between the PHECC, HSE, NAS and the Irish Heart Foundation was commenced.
The aim of the defibrillator register is to assist in reducing deaths from cardiac arrest by informing the public of the exact location of the defibrillator in their area. I have been made aware that some of the defibrillators located in the County are not registered
One of the most important factors in survival from cardiac arrest is early CPR and use of a defibrillator. Survival rates following cardiac arrest have improved from 1%to 5%in the past few years, however, having a register of defibrillators will further improve these survival rates.
Many communities and companies may have a defibrillator available for use that local people don’t know about. The defibrillator register aims to rectify this.
Please take the time and complete the form set out in the line below and email to:
Completed forms to be returned to the NAS at email@example.com