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Neighbourhood Network Governance

Neighbourhood Network is a young organisation that is building from the work of early social entrepreneurial pioneers. We are committed to achieving a high standard of organisational governance. 

The organisation is now focusing on building strong foundations towards adopting the Charities Governance Code and we expect that 2021 will see significant progress in this area. We are building a values-based board and creating the systems, policies and structures essential for a vibrant organisation with high safety and compliance standards. Neighbourhood Network operates under the legal entity of Street Feast CLG.

Board of Governance

Sam Bishop

Sam Bishop is one of the founders of Street Feast and is the CEO of Neighbourhood Network. He is also Director of Operations of Another Love Story Festival Ltd and a trustee of Green Sod Ireland. Sam specialises in collaborative cultural events in public space that build community

Dave Dunn

Dave Dunn is a freelance group facilitator and facilitation skills trainer. Previously he has been involved in various projects including: the Dublin Flea Market team; the creative events crew of Queens of Neon; the Inbetweeners and Carnival of the Impossible at the EarthSong Camps.

After BSc in Mathematical Physics, his first job was an on-street-fundraiser with Concern.

Clodagh O’Reilly

Clodagh is a qualified CPA, AITI with over 20 years experience in a wide range of sectors including retail, telecoms, non-profit and most recently social enterprise. She is passionate about the role of social enterprise in our society and their potential to create a healthy sustainable community. 

Clodagh is currently a PhD Researcher in TU Dublin focusing on the scalability of social enterprise.

Craig Bishop

Craig Bishop has just retired (2021) from being a GP based in a practice in Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow. He is actively involved in the several community projects and chairs the Wicklow Planning Alliance.

He is currently taking an MSc course in Mental Health Studies in UCD.

Board Vacancies

We are currently seeking new board members for our growing organisation.

Reports & Financial Management

Neighbourhood Network Annual Report 2020

Directors’ Report and Unaudited Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2019