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    River Fergus Clean Up

    Ennis tidy towns and friends carried out a clean up of the Fergus this week, and collected and tidied up a large amount of sandbags which had found their way into the river over the winter. Branches were cut off dead trees which had fallen into the river and were removed. Steele’s Rock was in […]

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    Bikeweek 2010: Ennis Tidy Towns Links With Transition Town

    The  “Bring a Bike Back” initiative, was a great success last saturday 12th June   with the public turning out in force to both donate a bike, and to take a bike. Colm and Brian were on hand to repair punctures, fix brakes and gears, oil chains and anything else that was needed to bring the […]

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    “Love Your Mug!” – take a Reusable mug with you

    This year we are launching our “love your mug campaign” under waste minimisation.We have designed and purchased 2,000 travel mugs, which we are giving out free to 5th and 6th year students, and coffee shop goers in Ennis. We have carried out a lot of research into what is been thrown out in the council’s […]

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    Bikeweek (13th – 20th June 2010)

    Ennis Tidy Towns are getting involved and helping to promote bikeweek this year and we commend Minister Noel Dempsey’s recent National Cycle Policy Framework. As part of this policy, Minister Dempsey initiated an annual National Bike Week (13th – 20th June 2010), and we are working closely with Clare county council road safety officer Barry […]

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    Waste Management Biodiversity & Wildlife Seminars

    Ennis Tidy Towns Committee hosted two seminars on Tuesday April 27th in the Civic Room, of Ennis Town Council.The seminars were a great success and were well attended by primary schools, residents groups and tidy town groups from all around Clare, Presenter Lorraine Power has 10 years experience working as Environmental Awareness Officer for Local […]

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