The brief was to follow the journey of food from the Docklands, to the market, to the table – to gather stories, recipes, and oral histories. Over nine months, the trio met with community groups, and fine-tuned the project with interviews and events. The Docklands is synonymous with Dublin’s food heritage, said Declan Byrne, who worked as a docker from 1972 to 2000. For full story click here.
According to Mr Ian Hicks, the Docklands Library and Community Centre will be a place for people to learn, participate and connect in a physical and a digital environment. The facility will combine traditional elements of a library with modern technology and a range of community resources. Mr Hicks said the Docklands Library and Community Centre would be focused on bringing the community together. For full story click here.