Plant swap event on Sat 28th September 2-4pm at Lucy Erridge Crafts, Adare. We are hosting a plant swap – anyone who wishes to split plants that have grown too big or simply want to change plants in their garden can dig them up and bring them to our garden at Lucy Erridge in the thatched cottages.
The last push for the Going for Gold Award was helped greatly by the children from the schools of Adare. They did a tremendous amount of work and the teachers and parents should be very proud of their contribution. Thanks to everyone that helped out during these last few days of preparation before the judges
Judging takes place Mon-Thu this week. €1600, minus 20€ for every piece of litter the judges see, is the reward for keeping the village as litter free as possible. Further details of competition. Please do what you can to help over the next few days. Various groups will be out helping during the week and
Will your business provide visitors with a free tap-water top up to reduce the use of single use plastic water bottles? Are you a business owner in the village interested in supporting the Refill initiative ? If so please sign up with refill.ie or alternatively I can pass on your details and give you a
We want to hear your stories regarding how you do something different to protect, improve our environment. Please send your article, images to email@example.com. Ideally somewhere between 100-300 words with an explanatory image discussing what you are doing and why. (example below) Why create a website? The purpose of the Adaretidytowns website is primarily to
Letter from Limerick City & County Council regarding Gold Award In recognition of your previous overall win in Limerick Going for Gold , Adare is now included in the Limerick Going for Gold “Champions” category. The “Champions” category will work in the following way. The Champions Category would include previous winners of the top prize
Monday May20th – Fri May 24th 7:00-9:00pm The project that we were working on last week was the river bank where we mowed the grass fixed the fence and painted it every thing was strimmed and any fallen branches etc was cut up and removed. ( Thanks to Paddy Mulvihill of Irish Wire who donated
Welcome to the new Adare Tidy Towns website. Over the coming days and weeks we hope to re-inforce all of the efforts of the Tidy Towns Committee thru this website to share all of the activities and encourage others to join in. Please have patience while we develop the website and in the mean time