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    Anyone interested in painting?

    Calling anyone with a paintbrush to report for duty at Drumbiggle ( just outside the entrance to the Ennis Town Council Offices ) on Tuesday Night, April 17th at 7pm. Ennis Tidy Towns are supplying the paint and are looking for volunteers to give the boarding in the area a make over. This is stage […]

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    Fantastic response to National Clean Initiative

    Well done to all who participated during the  National Clean Up weekend held in Ennis this weekend in conjunction with An Taisce and Ennis Town Council. Huge numbers took part and approach roads and residential areas were given a facelift with over 40 residential groups participating along with the Ennis Tidy Towns Committee, friends and […]

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    Community Champions rise to the Challenge

    Ennis Tidy Towns would like to thank all those who have participated to date in the community clean ups. Great work has been achieved and we look forward to meeting you on our next scheduled clean up for the Limerick Road on Tuesday April 10th at 7pm. All welcome. Also please note that the town […]

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    New message from Ennis Tidy Towns – Our Town – Love it!

    With so much doom and gloom around it is time to do something positive, with immediate effect, that will benefit everyone living in Ennis, and it couldn’t be simpler – get involved in our town! This is the simple message from the new Chairperson for the Ennis Tidy Towns, Aine Purcell. “Now more than ever […]

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    Sisters Of Mercy Sculpture Arthurs Row Ennis

    JJ Counihan, left, Tidy Towns committee member, with Barry Wrafter, sculptor, Gerry Murphy, committee member, and Noel Crowley, Tidy Towns chairman, with the Sisters of Mercy sculpture at Arthur’s Row. Photograph by Declan Monaghan

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