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    Ennis Tidy Towns Welcomes New Historic Towns Initiative

    A designated history trail through Ennis, one of Ireland’s most historic towns was launched  by Mayor Frankie Neylon. Ennis is one of thirty towns in the country involved in the Historic Towns Initiative, which is part-funded by Fáilte Ireland under the National Development Plan. The concept is developed around the interpretation of Ennis’ heritage and […]

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    Ennis adjudication report now on-line

    Ennis Tidy Towns invites you to review the adjudication report from the National Tidy Towns Competition. Click here to read the full report. Understand how marks are awarded and be amazed at the detail of the judges remarks. Ennis Tidy Towns Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank all who made such a […]

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    Ennis wins Tidiest Large Urban Centre Award

    Ennis Tidy Towns celebrated the announcement that Ennis was awarded Ireland’s Tidiest Large Urban Centre Award for the second year in succession. The announcement was made at the National Tidy Towns Awards Ceremony presentation at the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham on Monday, September 7th in front of 500 invited guests. ” Winning this award is […]

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    Ennis Tidy Towns acknowledges Committee Member

    Committee Member Fr. John Molloy has over the years made a huge contribution to every aspect of the Ennis Tidy Towns Initiative. Sadly for us we are to lose him to a better cause. He has taken up a new challenge in his life and has travelled to Lima in Peru to begin language school […]

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    Ennis Sculpture Trail welcomes new addition

    The Ennis Sculpture Trail  installed its latest addition this week. The piece entitled ” Fish upon a Fish ” by renowned artist Shane Gilmore is located at the Causeway Link road beside Glor, Clare’s premier cultural venue. Take this opportunity to visit it and the many other public works of art located around the town centre. For further […]

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