Adare Tidy Towns installed a webcam in a nesting box near the park. Blue-Tits are nesting and we are hoping to see a successful breeding. ATT has eight bird boxes dotted throughout the village and they have been well used by our feathered friends over the years. Last year four bird boxes were occupied and
Adare Tidy Towns volunteers help out in a number of ways: keeping Adare the beautiful village that it is and their involvement in sustainability and biodiversity activities to improve the local environment and create awareness generally. These videos show just some aspects of the great work undertaken by the Tidy Towns group.
Adare Tidy Towns launches its “Clean Air for Adare-Yellow Bus” campaign over the upcoming May Bank Holiday weekend, which will raise awareness on the benefits of using the Idle Stop or Stop/Start system and encourage drivers to use this function in their vehicles while driving through “Ireland’s Prettiest Village” and help to reduce CO2 emissions.
One third of our bee species is threatened with extinction from Ireland. This is because we have drastically reduced the amount of food (flowers) and safe nesting sites in our landscapes.* The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan is a framework bringing together different sectors across the island of Ireland to create a landscape where pollinators can survive
Adare Tidy Towns with The Manor Fields – Adare Recreation & Community Complex in conjunction with The Community Foundation for Ireland, are delighted to present a Free lecture entitled “The Nature Of Adare” Friday 3rd March 7pm at the new Pavilion at the Manor Fields Adare Presenting will be Liz Gabbett of The Maigue Rivers Trust and