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    9 Ways to Prepare Your Garden for Pollinators in 2017

    October is a great time of year. It’s just chilly enough to dig out all your fashionable woollen accessories, you have an excuse to drink tea non-stop and there are heavy, soothing rainstorms on the roof as you fall asleep. Even better, the natural world is still extremely active. When you think of pollinators, autumn […]

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    Biodiversity Plan Workshop

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ennis Tidy Towns would like to invite interested individuals from Ennis as well as tidy towns and community groups throughout the County to a Biodiversity Plan workshop in the Old Ground Hotel on September 14 at 7:30pm and Wednesday September 28th Waterpark House. .  This will be one of two workshops aimed at developing a community […]

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    An Taisce National Spring Clean

    This year The National Spring Clean will take place in Ennis on Saturday 7th May. We welcome all volunteers to give us an hour on the day. Meeting at Clare County Council Offices at 11am until 1 pm. This Years Big Clean was launched by Davy Fitzgerald, Ennis Tidy Towns and the Greens School Committee […]

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    Work in progress

    Ennis Tidy Towns Teams out in force with many projects ongoing to capture the imagination of both the community and the visiting judges. Keep an eye out on the work in progress signs and join in when you can. All are welcome and find out where to help out by logging onto our facebook page […]

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    5 star insect hotel for Ennis

    Thanks to St. Anne’s School biodiversity entry in this years Ennis Tidy Towns Schhol competition titled – “An appreciation of Biodiversity Nature and the Environment in General as a key feature theme “, Ennis insects can avail of 5 star accommodation. Great credit to the pupils of St. Anne’s and their teachers for coming up […]

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    On your Bikes !!!!!!!

    What better way to take in our beautiful town than to get on your bike! Ennis Tidy Towns supports Bike Week and hope you can too by taking a leisurely cycle around our town and appreciating all it has to offer. Ennis has never looked better and thats down to our wonderful community. Thanks to […]

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    Watch out, watch out, the judges are about!

    Ennis Tidy Towns would like to thank all of you who have spent your days and evenings with us preparing for our annual Tidy Towns entry. First phase judging is now in full swing and the national judging panel will be visiting our town soon. We do not know when they will visit so our […]

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    Summer work Scheme up and running

    Ennis Tidy Towns asks you to help our diligent students working with us over the summer to keep our approach roads looking their best. Simply keep an eye out for stray litter around your residence and dispose of any waste you come across, recycling if possible. Remember example is powerful!

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    Give your town an hour!

    Why not give your town an hour of your time. It deserves it! Here is your opportunity as every Monday night at 7pm volunteers are asked to assemble in the Abbey Street Carpark to take part in our weekly clean up. It is also a great opportunity to meet new people and feel good about […]

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    Ennis Tidy Towns applaud Garden of Eden Projects

    Garden of Eden Projects Ireland is a social initiative of Ennis-based business FH Wetland Systems. Two new Garden of Eden funded projects were planted in housing estates in Ennis this past year. One in An Sean Dún on the Tulla Road in the summer, and another in Woodlawn on the Lahinch Road in spring. See […]

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