The Dog Park is now open and it is expected to be a place that people will enjoy with their pets and use the dog bins This is an initiative of Carrickmacross Tidy Towns to help tackle dog foul on footpaths. The park was supported and developed by Carrickmacross Castleblayney
As part of National Spring Clean 2023, Tidy Towns Groups around County Monaghan are coming together and are holding litter picks. These litter picks will take place between the 25th of April and 12th of May. This is a great opportunity for people to join in and clean up their areas and our County. A list
As part of The Carrickmacross entry in the Best Kept Town Competition and the Tidy Town Competition, the Tidy Town Committee have been working on a project with the Municipal District to bring the street bins back to their former glory. They are being reconditioned by Francie Marron F&F Shotblasting
Very often plaudits come in different guises and acknowledgement of achievement never goes to loss. Carrick has been invited to participate in the prestigious Best Kept Towns Competition which is an all Ireland affair. The top towns in the Republic and Northern Ireland go head to head in this competition.
Carrickmacross Tidy Towns are organising a litter pick for Sunday the 12th of February at 10.30pm meeting at the Civic Centre. They are inviting all members of the community in Carrickmacross to take part see post on https://carrickmacross.ie/event/carrickmacross-tidy-towns-litter-pick/ for other languages. Carrickmacross Tidy Towns are asking that people use recyclable
Carrickmacross Town Towns group is made up of volunteers who give their time to help ensure that Carrickmacross looks well and is a great place to live. The group have been very successful at the annual Tidy Town Awards and the town has received a gold medal 7 years in
Carrick Aces, in conjunction with Castleblayney – Carrickmacross Municipal Council & Monaghan County Council, have added to the South Monaghan town’s landscape with a new sculpture titled “The Runner”. It symbolizes the work, strength and forward movement of local communities in Ireland today. Follow the direction of “The Runner” to
Carrickmacross received a gold medal again in the national SuperValu TidyTowns competition. This is Carrickmacross’ 10th successive gold medal which is an excellent achievement by the Group. In commenting on the achievement the Group acknowledged the work and support provided by the Municipal District staff, volunteers and the local community.
Feeding Carrickmacross’s Bees Carrickmacross Tidy Town Committee in conjunction with the Environmental Services Department of Monaghan County Council have launched a Help Feed Carrick’s Bees Campaign as part of International Bee Day on May 20th. One third of our bee species are threatened with extinction in Ireland. This is because we have drastically
County Monaghan Town Implements Ground-breaking Scheme to Tackle Plastic Waste The Carrickmacross Tidy Town Committee officially launched Ireland’s first deposit return Reverse Vending Machine on the 30th of September. The initiative will allow users to insert their used plastic bottles into the machine and redeem a 10 cent voucher per bottle. The plastic bottles will then
Contact: Gerry Hand Address: Primrose Brae, Donogue, Co. Monaghan Facebook: @carrickmacrosstidytowns Tidy Town Committee Coffee Cup Campaign The local Tidy Town Committee has been involved in a major sustainability programme since the beginning of the year. The programme has many different facets to it which the committee will be