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Michael Ring TD, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, this week announced the cancellation of the Tidy Towns competition for 2020 in the interests of public health and safety.
Towns and villages in Westmeath are set to benefit from €46K in Government funding to mark the 60th anniversary of Tidy Towns.
Irish Water is advising Tidy Towns committees in Westmeath that the closing date for entries for the 2017 Irish Water Tidy Towns Value Water Awards is Thursday, 25 May.
There was a great turnout in The Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday, October 10, for the annual Tidy Towns Awards, 2016.
Westport came close to once again scooping the top prize for the fourth time at the national Tidy Towns awards, which were announced on Monday, but it missed out on the title coming in just two points behind the overall winner Skerries. Westport finished up with 325 marks, an increase of three on the number it got in 2015, but the north Dublin town ended up with 327 marks.
Winners of the ‘Gardens and Estates’, ‘Schools and Businesses’ competitions will receive their prizes at the Annual Athlone Tidy Town awards ceremony, which will take place in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday, October 10, from 7pm sharp.
Is your garden or estate worthy of a Tidy Towns Award? That is the question the Athlone Tidy Towns Committee are asking of estates, garden owners, and businesses as they invite entries for this year’s competition.
The 2016 SuperValu Tidy Towns competition was officially launched on Tuesday, April 5, by Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Alan Kelly, and Des O’Mahony, SuperValu marketing manager.