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ROAD TRAFFIC (Speed Limit) (County of Wicklow) BYE-LAWS
Wicklow County Council in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Section 9 of the Road Traffic Act, 2004 (No. 44 of 2004), as amended, hereby gives notice of its intention to make Special Speed Limit Bye-Laws in respect of certain regional and local roads within the administrative area of County Wicklow.

River Dargle Flood Defence Scheme Night Works
There are night works planned at Bray Bridge (adjacent to the Maltings) next Monday (7th September) and Tuesday (8th September).

Important Notice - Re: River Dargle Flood Defence Scheme

Wicklow County Council-Bray Municipal District wishes to advise members of the public, local anglers and all users of the River Dargle that due to health and safety risks associated with the construction of flood defence works, the River Dargle remains closed to all users between the N11 Bridge and the Harbour Bridge.  Please do not enter the works area or the River Dargle until further notice.

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Bray Heritage Centre

Bray Tourist Office is conveniently located in the Bray Town Council building at the Civic Centre at top of Bray Main Street beside the Mermaid Arts Centre and close to Bank of Ireland.. The Office is open Monday to Saturday inclusive. Office hours are 9:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday. On Saturday the office is open from 10am to 2pm.

By Car

From the N11 northbound, exit at Bray South. Follow signs to Bray onto Killarney Road. Continue until you reach Bray Main Street passing the Town Hall and then take the next right after Bank of Ireland. From the N11 southbound exit at Bray North and follow the signs for Bray. Continue on the Dublin Road and over the Bray Bridge at the Dargle River, passing the Royal Hotel and directly up Bray Main Street.

By Bus from Dublin

145, 45, 84, 133

By Dart

The station is roughly a ten minute walk to the Tourist Office.

Bray Heritage Centre

Bray Heritage Centre is housed in the Old Courthouse at Lower Main St. Bray. The building was erected in 1841 on the site of an old market house. After the town commissioners were appointed in 1859, their meetings were held here until the Town Hall was built in 1880's.

There is a permanent exhibition in the Centre depicting one thousand years of the History of Bray- "From Strongbow to Steam". This exhibition is both educational and entertaining for old and young alike, and the local schools can benefit greatly from this cultural and historical experience.

The Heritage Centre is closed at present, pending refurbishment.

Get in touch!!

Bray Tourism may be contacted in a number of ways.

Post: Bray Tourism, Civic Offices, Main Street Bray Co.Wicklow

Telephone: 01 2867128



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