Wexford Public Participation Network (PPN) is a network of not-for-profit volunteer-led groups spread across Co Wexford. The network is involved in informing, developing, and representing members.

A core membership benefit is sharing information across members and to members. Information can vary from details of public consultations, training events, funding opportunities to member events. 

Wexford PPN aims to help groups in achieving their objectives, by further developing themselves, through access to conferences, training, mentoring, networking, seminars etc .

Wexford PPN offers community a seat and a voice at the decision-making tables within the county - allowing members to help in shaping important decision making.

1 week ago

County Wexford PPN
A huge thank you to all who have registered to volunteer at this year's Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann. 👏There is still time to register so please check out the link below and let’s work together and make this year’s Fleadh the biggest it's ever been!🎼🟣🟡To register please go to: fleadhcheoil.ie/volunteering/#Fleadh24 #FleadhCheoilNahEireann #FleadhForAll #Wexford #YourCouncil ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

County Wexford PPN
Public Consultation open to everyone in Gorey on Saturday the 6th of April from 12pm to 2pm at the Gorey Market House building.We urge all local PPN groups to send a representative or send on any ideas to the link below if you are unable to attend. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

County Wexford PPN
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3 weeks ago

County Wexford PPN
Gentle ReminderRosslare Municipal District Meeting tonight Wednesday 27th of March @ 7pm in the Stella Maris Centre Kilmore Quay Y35 Th9WIf you have any concerns or issues please come along and have a chat and a cuppa we will do our best to assist you😁 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

County Wexford PPN
Planting Trees for a Greener Future has been the theme for this week’s National Tree Week. The annual event is organised by the Tree Council of Ireland in partnership with Coillte. Make contact with your local council if you are interested in planting trees to mitigate climate change and promote biodiversity. ... See MoreSee Less
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