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Sixmilebridge | Newmarket on Fergus | Kilmurry | Cratloe | Bunratty | Shannon Town and neighbouring hinterlands

About this Dashboard

Community Dashboard

downloadThe community dashboard is an interactive online tool to support good community planning and project management techniques.

Community Audit & Opinions

SurveysThis section provides a range of audit & survey forms. Using these forms the community will be able to gain a greater understanding of the local issues and opportunities.

Community Forums


Each section of the dashboard has a standalone community forum or discussion board. Here, people from across the community can discuss their ideas and help bring projects to life.

Project Planner

  project-planning-iconIn this section, we provide worksheets to help manage the project that the group wishes to undertake. The project templates help define the project goals, team and tasks to help achieve a successful outcome.

With your help …

With your help, this website hopes to:
  • Understand: Help understand how the community can work together to support local residents, community groups and businesses
  • Initiate: Bring like-minded people from across the community together to initiate community projects
  • Coordinate: Help coordinate community projects, making best use of local volunteers precious time

Get Involved

Get Involved

Login/Register to join the online Shannon Community. Our eReport will give you access to online forums, our suite of eTownz tools and information about your local community

About this Community Dashboard

Please read these slides before going through the site. Please register to access all the area.

Review how the community is managed and works towards identifying solutions to improve local management and planning

Look at the broad-ranging issues of Heritage, Culture and Arts on a local level, including the integration of all local customs and cultures

Consider actions to help develop new businesses in the community, sustain existing businesses and promote the local jobs market