Community Awards Now Open

The Sean Moore Community Awards (first established during the 1988 Dublin Millennium) will be presented on the night of May 22nd during a ceremony at Clanna Gael Fontenoy’s clubhouse in Ringsend.

The awards for “exceptional community service” were inaugurated to honour the memory of the late Sean Moore, former Dail Deputy, Minister of State and Lord Mayor of Dublin who represented the South East area with distinction for so long.

The awards are consequently open to any person or organisation who have made an exceptional contribution to the communities of Dublin 2, 4 or 6, and will be adjudicated on by an independent panel of Judges.

We invite you or your organisation to consider putting forward a nomination outlining the reasons why your candidate should receive an award (There will be a number of presentations on the night).

As always, we do not want to limit the criteria involved and therefore do not set a prescriptive account as to why somebody should be nominated. It could be a good neighbour, a long serving youth, community or residents association leader. The person can be young or old, man or woman. You, the community determine that. Please send your nominees to the following address no later than Friday 4th May:

The Chairperson,
Panel of Judges, Sean Moore Community Awards, c/o News Four,
13 a Fitzwilliam Street,
Dublin 4