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Castlebar and Westport Tidy Towns groups came together this week to thank those local and European Election candidates who have gone poster free during the election campaign. Both towns have had initiatives to ensure the town is free from posters and the associated litter and environmental damage they bring with them.
Athlone and Ballinahown were recognised nationally while also achieving noted status in their relevant county categories at the Super Valu Tidy Town awards ceremony.
Westport was named Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town at announcement of the winners of the 60th annual national Tidy Towns competition earlier this week in The Helix in Dublin.
The Mayo Football League has announced the latest award winners for September/October.
There was cause for celebration for Westport today (Monday, September 25) when it was named as Ireland's Tidiest Large Town at the 2017 Tidy Town Awards, which were announced in the The Helix in Dublin. Westport's Pat Scahill was also named as the winner of the Overall National Hero Awards at the ceramony.
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.
It certainly will be destination Westport this May as the town hosts an airshow, loop-the-loops will swirl around the sky, and pilots will conduct nifty tricks with precision and a daredevil attitude, creating a day for the whole family to enjoy along Westport Quay on Sunday, May 14.
Westport is no stranger to success at national Tidy Towns awards over the years, and next weekend, Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25, the town will host the 2017 National Tidy Towns Conference. The conference is a unique opportunity for Tidy Towns groups around the country to learn from and share their experiences with other Tidy Towns communities nationwide. There will also be guidance on the preparation for the 2017 competition and it will feature three lectures from three national tidy town adjudicators.
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.