If you’re new to volunteering or perhaps you were a volunteer in the past and have decided that now would be a good time to return to volunteering we would be delighted if you’d like to join us. Just get in touch with us and we’ll add you to our contact list. Our main activity is the weekly clean ups when restrictions permit. But there are a range of other activities where individual volunteers can lend a hand if they want to – planting, graffiti removal, help with running events, support for our website/social media, as well as helping with future projects, like developing and implementing a biodiversity plan for the village environs. Just let us know what you’re interested in.


Our message is to #StaySafe – you are urged to use your own judgement and take personal responsibility for protecting yourself, your friends and your family.  Please read our Covid-19 policy. Ní neart go cur le chéile.

  • Saturday Tidy
    Given that we are once more in Level 5 restrictions we will not be staging any organised clean ups for at least the next month. Nevertheless, a stash of equipment is available for any of you who wish to continue on an individual basis in keeping Monkstown looking its best. And if you have any questions or requests please contact us and we’ll get back to you quickly.

Let’s change the way Monkstown Village thinks about energy. 

As a Sustainable Energy Community (SEC) our community can together reduce our energy bills, make warmer, healthier homes & community buildings and bring our community closer together by contributing to bigger goals such as climate action and community sustainability.

On the 25th of February meet Gavin Harte the SEC Mentor for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown who will outline how the residents, businesses and community groups of Monkstown can begin the Sustainable Energy Community journey. To start we need to get a group together. The more hands, heads and skills the better, but the main ingredients are enthusiasm and drive. So find out what it’s all about and how you can get involved by joining us on Zoom on the 25th of February at 7pm by registering here.

Storm Ciara – February 2020

Trees in Winter with Katy Duff

Biodiversity Survey with Roger Goodwillie