Category Archives: Community

Caves Marsh

The Malahide Community Forum has identified Seabury to Pope John Paul II primary school as one of our four priority routes for Schoolchildren to have safe access to School. We did this as we feel that Barrack Bridge is a pinch … Continue reading

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Active Travel Malahide

Enabling residents to safely walk or cycle to local amenities We’re fortunate to live or work in Malahide – it’s a wonderful place. We want to make it even better, by enabling residents to safely walk or cycle to local … Continue reading

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Malahide Looped Walks – 9. Malahide Beach

Welcome to the Malahide Beach walk, which is the ninth in our series of looped walks. See all Malahide Looped Walks. This 4k walk provides wonderful views of Lambay island which change every day with the light and the weather. The … Continue reading

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Malahide Family Bike Rides: 3. Robswall Park

Welcome to the third in our series of Malahide family bike rides. You may view all our bike rides here. If you prefer walking – see our series of Malahide Looped Walks. Please remember – Paths within our parks and green … Continue reading

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Would you like your kids to be able to cycle safely to school?

The Active Travel Sub Committee of the Malahide Community Forum was set up in 2020 with a goal of improving walking & cycling facilities in Malahide, with a particular focus on the provision of “Safe Routes to Schools”. By improving … Continue reading

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Malahide looped walks – 8. Back Estuary, Seabury and Swords Rd

Welcome to the eight in our series of looped walks mapped by Stephen Macdonagh. See all Malahide Looped Walks. This 7.8km walk starts in the village at the Bridgefield Car Park (Marked A). Proceed out of the village along the … Continue reading

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Malahide Family Bike Rides – 2. Estuary Park Seabury and Broadmeadow Estuary Path

Welcome to the second in our series of Malahide family bike rides. Enjoy! You may view all our bike rides here. If you prefer walking – see our series of Malahide Looped Walks. Please remember – Paths within our parks and green spaces … Continue reading

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Malahide Family Friendly Bike Rides – 1. Malahide Castle Perimeter

Santa delivers a new bike to practically every child in Ireland at some time in their childhood. Where can you go for a family friendly bike ride? Where can you relax knowing that little Mikey or Mollie can learn to … Continue reading

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Malahide Fairy Forts Trail

We’ve long known that Malahide is a magical place – now it’s official! Fairies have set up home in a number of “fairy forts” in the Malahide area. The Active Travel sub-committee of the Malahide Community Forum has obtained photographs … Continue reading

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Malahide Looped Walks – 6. Seapark Hill to Seamount Road

This is a variation of our first walk (marked in blue on the map) by Stephen Macdonagh (Looped Walk 1 – Seamount and Paddy’s Hill).  See all Malahide Looped Walks. We’ve added a route from the coast to Seamount Road, … Continue reading

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