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Bray Water Safety Week from the 6th July to the 10th July inc

Wicklow Water Safety, Branch of Irish Water Safety will run (swim) its annual ‘Water Safety Week’ only, on Bray Beach, opposite the Bandstand and near the Beach Lifeguards Station from 6th July 2015 to 10th July 2015 inc.  

The Water Safety Week is suitable for children aged 10 years + 

Registration/Enrolment will take place on the morning of the Course, 6th July 2015 at 10.00 am, at the Shelter near the Beach Lifeguard Station, and the Course will commence immediately after registration and run for the week

Renaming of Bray Bridge
Pursuant to the provisions of Section 189 of the Local Government Act 2001 as amended by Section 48 of the Environment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2001, notice is hereby given that Wicklow County Council intends to rename Bray Bridge linking Castle Street and Bray Main Street to Fran O'Toole Bridge.

Wicklow County Council Draft Strategic Policy Committee Scheme
Notice is hereby given that Wicklow County Council has considered a draft Strategic Policy Scheme and has issued the draft scheme for consultation.

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Bray Town Rejuvenation Plan

The Bray Town Centre Rejuvenation Plan was developed by a Task Force established by Bray Town Council. The Town Centre Rejuvenation Plan was adopted by the members of Bray Town Council in November 2006. The Rejuvenation Committeeincludes representatives from the local authority as well as representatives of the business community, including Bray & District Chamber, the Bray Retailers Forum and the Bray Retailers Group. Mr Dermod Dwyer is the independent Chairperson to oversee the implementation of the Rejuvenation Plan.

The committeeis a public/private partnership group tasked to lead and implement significant improvement to the central business area of Bray. Brays Town Rejuvenation Implementation Committee has given the retail core of the town a facelift by painting the facades, installing an irrigation system for the 500 flower baskets, providing Shopfront Grants, funding Christmas lights and making Bray a more attractive place to visit, shop and do business.

Bray Town Council won the "Partnership In Business" award for the Bray Town Rejuvenation Implementation Committee at the prestigious Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards 2008 which were held in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry, Dublinon 6th November 2008.

The Cathaoirleach of Bray Town Council, Councillor Ciaran OBrien expressed his delight and appreciation that Bray was the recipient of such a prestigious and important award. He commented that this is a great achievement for Bray and County Wicklow. The Bray Town Rejuvenation Implementation committee is having a huge impact on the appearance of Brays town centre area, and that is being reflected in a renewed sense of pride of place among both business people and consumers alike in Bray. The members of the Committee are committed to maintaining this momentum, and to ensure that Brays retail environment is improved for the benefit of all.

Bray Town Council's submission video clip

Minutes of the Town Rejuvenation meetings are available for download:

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2nd Dec 2008PDF

4th Nov 2008PDF

7th Oct 2008PDF
16th Sept 2008PDF
29th July 2008PDF
24th June 2008PDF
13th May 2008PDF
15th April 2008PDF
1st April 2008PDF
18th March2008PDF
4th March2008PDF
19th Feb2008PDF
22nd Jan2008PDF
18th Dec 2007PDF
20th Nov 2007PDF
6th Nov 2007PDF
16thOct 2007PDF
18th Sept 2007PDF
4th Sept 2007PDF
21st Aug 2007PDF
17th July 2007PDF
26th June 2007PDF
19th June 2007PDF
5th June 2007PDF
15th May 2007PDF
1stMay 2007PDF
17th April2007PDF