A new short film produced by Dublin City Council Conservation Office marks the centenary of the State's first tenant purchase housing scheme.
Over the past number of months the Conservation Section of Dublin City Council, with the support of the Creative Ireland Programme have produced a short documentary film to highlight the special character and unique community spirt of The Tenters (Fairbrother’s Fields) Housing Scheme, now in its 100th year.
In liaison with the Tenters Residents Association and Tenters 100, Dublin City Council will premiere the documentary to the community at a special outdoor screening of the film in Oscar Square on the evening of Friday 26th August from 7pm to 9pm. Over the course of the evening, the film will be screened every half hour so there will be ample opportunity for you to join us with your picnic blankets to watch the screening from the leafy environs of the park setting (fingers crossed the sun will be shining!).