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Get Fitter – Pick Litter! Mallow

Mallow Tidy Town’s Niall O’Keeffe, is appealing to the Mallow populace to “come out on Good Friday morning to showcase the energy and dedication of our local community”. News of the ‘Get Fitter – Pick Litter’ event was launched by Mallow’s own Wayne O’Donnell from ‘Operation Transformation’, who says he is delighted to be involved …

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Pride in our Community Launch 2017

The Deputy Mayor of County Cork Councillor Frank O’Flynn launched the Pride in our Community Competition at the County Hall yesterday in front of a large crowd which included many County Councillors and representatives of Community groups from all over county Cork. The Pride in Our Community Competition is now celebrating its 13th year and …

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National Spring Clean 2017

National Spring Clean is Ireland’s most popular, well recognised and successful anti-litter initiative. Now in its 18th year, the campaign encourages every sector of society to actively participate and take responsibility for litter, by actually conducting clean-ups in their own local environment. National Spring Clean traditionally takes place throughout the month of April. The objectives …

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Care and Maintenance of Historic Marsonary Walls Workshop

Cork County Council, with the support of its Historic Monuments Advisory Committee, is running free workshops on the CARE & MAINTENANCE OF HISTORIC MASONARY WALLS. The workshops will provide an insight and greater awareness of good practice in relation to the repair of these old stone walls. The workshops take place in Ballincollig onNovember 8th, …

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TidyTowns Heritage Award

The Heritage Council has been involved with the TidyTowns Competition since 1999 and the number of entries has grown considerably on an annual basis. The Heritage Award, sponsored by the Heritage Council, seeks to promote a greater awareness of the value of our heritage to our quality of life and to sustainable economic development. With that in mind, …

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Get Ready for National Spring Clean 1-30th April 2016

National Spring Clean is Ireland’s most popular, well recognised and successful anti-litter initiative. Now in its 18th year, the campaign encourages every sector of society to actively participate and take responsibility for litter, by actually conducting clean-ups in their own local environment. National Spring Clean traditionally takes place throughout the month of April. The objectives …

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