Millstreet Tonight Has Won First in Category A for Cork County Council Anti-Litter Challenge 2016 Announced at County Hall Occasion in Cork

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Áine Murphy – P.R.O. Millstreet Tidy Town Association has just emailed us the following truly uplifting News:
“Just to let you know Millstreet won First in Category A for Cork County Council Anti Litter Challenge 2016. We are very proud of this achievement. I will hopefully have photos for you over the weekend from this occasion from the representatives of the Millstreet Tidy Town Association that attended the event this evening in County Hall. This is a huge achievement Millstreet Town and a testament to the community spirit of our fair town,
Millstreet Tidy Town Association will receive a cash prize for achieving first place in this competition which is much needed as we rely heavily on donations, sponsorship and grants to enable us to achieve many of the projects around town. To mention a few such as all the planting that is done in the town every year also the water butts that have been implemented in the last 2 years.
None of these things are possible without the help of the people of Millstreet, FÁS, Cork County Council. There is a huge amount of work that is involved achieving a result like this and it takes a lot of volunteers. We would like to take this opportunity to applaud them all.
As a side note we have also received invites to the National Tidy Town Award Ceremony which will be held in The Helix in Dublin on the 26th of September. Whilst we are not guaranteed an award merely by just receiving an invite I would hope at the very least that we will be receipt of acknowledgement of the effort that is being put into our town through the Millstreet Tidy Town Association. I will keep you posted on this.
So for tonight we can celebrate an amazing win at County Hall!”
What a totally magnificent achievement – Our sincere congratulations on such inspiring dedication.  Many thanks, Áine, for such great news.  (S.R.)

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Millstreet Tidy Town Association Annual Church Gate Collection This Weekend

Millstreet Tidy Town Association Annual Church Gate Collection takes place this weekend in Millstreet – 30th/31st July 2016.   Hugely impressive is the tremendous work carried out by this marvellous Association.   Your generous support is greatly appreciated.  We thank Denis Hickey and Pat Randles for reminding us of this annual important collection.  (S.R.)27Millstreet's Hottest Day 18 July 2016 -60013Millstreet's Hottest Day 18 July 2016 -600

Tidy Town News – June 2016

The newly painted picnic area at Drishane Road

Picnic Area Painting: On the 30th May, some of the Millstreet Tidy Town volunteers ventured out in the glorious but very hot evening to give the Picnic Area on Drishane Road a very well deserved revamp… [full article]

Garden & Floral Display Competition 2016: Kanturk Mallow Municipal District are running Town & Villages Garden and Floral Display Competition 2016 again this year. There are 3 categories for Millstreet with 2 sub categories in each. All competition has a prize fund of … [full article]

Anti Litter Challenge Round 2: Round 2 results for the Anti Litter Challange are in, and Millstreet is still top of the league. We are well on our way to achieveing 1st place in … [full article]

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Team Millstreet Clean-Up

On Saturday 16th of April 2016, Millstreet Tidy Town Association in conjunction with Cork County Council are delighted to announce Team Millstreet Clean-Up.

Our aim is to clean all of Millstreet town and the surrounding area.

This is a huge opportunity for people to get involved in their locale, give back to the community. We are calling on all Schools, Business and Community Groups to get involved.

Please contact us on: millstreettidytown.ie  facebook.com/Millstreet-Tidy-Town @millstreettidyt

Refreshments afterwards to be held @ GAA Hall.

Sponsored by:  Supervalu O’Keeffe’s Millstreet, & Cork County Council

Transition Year Students studying Barn Owls and Kestrels

2016-03 Millstreet Tidy Towns - Transition Year Project 2016 with Tony Keneally, Wildlife BiologistMillstreet Tidy Town Association are delighted to announce that this year again Tony Keneally, Wildlife Biologist will be running a project with the Transition Year Students of Millstreet Community School. The Transition Year Students have made Nest Boxes for Barn Owls and Kestrels and the Transition Year Students will endeavour to study these magnificent birds. [read more on the project]

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Welcome to 2016

2015 Millstreet Tidy Town and Tourist Association - logoHappy New Year to Everybody. Apologies for the lack of communication for last number of weeks. This is now to end. Back to regular updates and posts. I can here all the shouts of joy from here. So what better way to start a New Year than to reflect on the achievements of the previous year. There is so much to choose from. Well we had a very successful Anti Litter Challenge campaign this last year. We have an eye on first place for 2016. Then there is also the various projects that Tony Keneally, Wildlife Biologist has been heavily involved in with both the National and Secondary Schools. Also brilliant results in the National Tidy Town for this past year, only narrowly missing out on a Bronze Medal. Millstreet won a Pride of Place award in October. New Water Butts were placed throughout the Town, as were … read the full article on millstreettidytown.ie

Cartoon Characters “Tom & Jerry” at Mill View!

The very colourful scene at Mill View, Millstreet 2015 where the wonderfully creative John Lehane of Main Street has recently introduced a new "Friend" for Tom the black cat which has "resided" on the frontage of the cream house. Due to the work of Colman Culhane and the very dedicated Millstreet Tidy Towns Association Tom the black cat has been admired by many. Now "Jerry" the mouse takes up residence next door and even salutes Tom! Great to see such splendid features put in place adding to the uplifting atmosphere of Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
The very colourful scene at Mill View, Millstreet 2015 where the wonderfully creative John Lehane of Main Street has recently introduced a new “Friend” for Tom the black cat which has “resided” for the past few years on the frontage of the cream house. Due to the work of Colman Culhane and the very dedicated Millstreet Tidy Towns Association Tom the black cat has been admired by many. Now, due to the artistic work of John Lehane “Jerry” the mouse takes up residence next door and even salutes Tom saying “Hi Tom”! Great to see such splendid features put in place adding to the uplifting atmosphere of Millstreet. Click on the images to enlarge (S.R.)

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5Tom and Jerry at Mill View 2015All these extra creative additions to our area certainly help to further increase marks in the national Tidy [read more …] “Cartoon Characters “Tom & Jerry” at Mill View!”

Millstreet Tidy Towns Community Awards 2015

Millstreet Tidy Towns Community Award took place in the wonderful setting of The Clara Inn on Wednesday night. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Millstreet Tidy Towns Community Awards took place in the wonderful setting of The Clara Inn on Wednesday night. O’Flynn Medical Services Ltd.won the Best Commercial Premises while the Best Residential Area award went to Murphy’s Terrace.  Full details on the Millstreet Tidy Towns website indicating the highly recommended entries.  Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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A Delighted Tidy Towns Secretary Encourages Local Assistance Following Uplifting Success in this Year’s National Tidy Town Competition

The following communication was received from Gordon O’Keeffe.  (S.R.):

Ladies & Gentelmen,

As Secretary of Millstreet Tidy Towns & Tourism Assocation we are pleased to attach this years Adjudication Report for the National Tidy Town Competition. We are extremely proud of our achievement of 302 points which is a fantastic 5 points improvement on 2014.
To put this in context, 302 points is only 21 points behind the overall winner – Letterkenny @ 323 points.

Success at this scale will only be maintained with the participation of the whole community.

From the attached report (which in fact has already been shared on our website “Tidy Towns increase by 5 points!) you will see that the Tidy Town Competition is much more that just picking up litter.

Our Association needs help from a broad skillbase to achieve our goal of being the overall National Tidy Town winner.

Your assistance in any form, large or small, will help us to achieve this goal.

We look forward to your favourable response.

Yours Sincerely,

Gordon O’ Keeffe HON. SEC.

MILLSTREET TIDY TOWNS & TOURISM ASSOCATION

Tidy Towns increase by 5 points !

Millstreet Tidy Town are very proud to announce that this afternoon in The Helix in Dublin, it was announced that Millstreet received 302 points in the annual Tidy Town competition for 2015. This is an increase of 5 points on last years results. This is a huge achievement. So may thanks to all in all involved, big and small efforts made a lot of difference. Whilst we bask in the glow of this brilliant result, we must also bear in mind that we have plenty more work to do to prepare for next year. Only 20 points behind the overall winner in our category – Listowel. These points are precious and hard to achieve. Also we were only 1 point off receiving a bronze medal. So just think of  what one small thing that you may have done that could have contributed to gaining that extra point. We are capable of most definitely achieving a Silver medal next year.  So get the thinking caps on.  New volunteers are always welcome, just send us an email, pm on Facebook or tweet if you like. Remember Tidy Town is all year, not just for the Summer. Congratulations to all involved. Below is the 2015 Adjudicator Result :

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Tidy Towns Competition 2015 – Adjudication Report

Centre: Millstreet 480 Ref: 480
County: Cork(North) Mark: 302
Category: D Date(s): 16/6/2015
Max 2014 2015
Community Involvement & Planning 60 43 43
Built Environment and Streetscape 50 39 40
Landscaping and Open Spaces 50 42 42
Wildlife, Habitats and Natural Amenities 50 31 32
Sustainable Waste and Resource Management 50 12 14
Tidiness and Litter Control 90 63 64
Residential Streets & Housing Areas 50 33 33
Approach Roads, Streets & Lanes 50 34 34
450 297 302

Community Involvement & Planning / Rannpháirtíocht an Phobail & Pleanáil:

Welcome to the SuperValu Tidy Towns Competition 2015 and we note that you have been participants for 30 years. Your committee has 18 full time members and a further 25 volunteers during the summer months. You meet every two weeks in winter and weekly in summer when the pressure is greatest to have your town looking its best. Well done on that huge effort. You receive support from residents, local businesses and [read more …] “Tidy Towns increase by 5 points !”

New Tidy Towns website

2015 Millstreet Tidy Town and Tourist Association - logoThe new Millstreet Tidy Town Association website is now available. Our sincerest thanks to budgetwebsites.ie without whom this would not have been possible. Especially to Niamh and her team. So we are well and truly up and running. Our facebook page over the last 2 weeks has proved a huge success. Our website is millstreettidytown.ie will hopefully be the same. Also our Twitter account went live this evening @millstreettidyt. And lastly our email address is millstreettidytown @ gmail.com

We look forward to hearing your feedback on these accounts and contact us please, especially with photos of your goings and your street is doing for the Tidy Town Competition this year.

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New Tidy Towns Facebook Page

2015-04-15 Presentation was made to Kathleen Crowley this evening for service to Millstreet Tidy Town Association that has spanned over 3 decadesMillstreet Tidy Town Association are happy to announce that we have launched a new Facebook page. It will make it easier for the people of Millstreet to keep up to date with all up coming activities. Also new the new Millstreet Tidy Town website (millstreettidytown.ie) will be available in the coming weeks. So please everybody get liking the page. The first Litter Pick Up will be on Thursday 23rd April at 7pm meeting in The Square.  Hope to see lots of new and old faces.

Already on the Millstreet Tidy Town Facebook Page are photos from last night’s presentation to Kathleen Crowley for over three decades of dedicated service. One of the photos is above, but see the other photos here.
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Anti Litter Challenge 2015

Catch the Community Spirit - see litter - pick it up 02Millstreet Tidy Town Association would like to invite one and all to take part in the Anti Litter Competition for 2015. It is potentially worth €1750 to the Millstreet Tidy Town Association. What has that to do with me I hear you ask ?

The annual spend for the Millstreet Tidy Town Association per annum is roughly between €9000 to €10000. This prize fund would go a long way to help aid our efforts in maintaining our beautiful town.

The first adjudication will take place on the 27th of April, so that only gives us 3 weeks. Everybody can help, even just by tidying up outside our own houses and surrounding footpaths. There will be Litter Pick Ups organised in the coming weeks. Catch the Community Spirit - see litter - pick it upWe would really appreciate if one and all got involved.
It won’t take long if we all do a small part. Why not get together with your neighbours and organise your own Litter Pick Up in your street.

We have a beautiful town and would love to be able to showcase this. Millstreet has won first prize in this competition in previous years. It would be great if we could do it again.

Millstreet Salutes Wonderfully Popular Roger and Wendy

Roger and Wendy Cresswell have spent the past eleven very fruitful year in Millstreet.   At the very welcoming McCarthy's Bar, The Square, Millstreet on Thursday, 2nd April 2015 Millstreet's Men's Shed and Millstreet Tidy Towns Association made a number of presentations to the wonderfully popular Couple as they soon return to the UK.  Both Roger and Wendy have had such a marvellously positive impact on Millstreet over the past decade.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
Roger and Wendy Cresswell have spent the past eleven very fruitful years in Millstreet. At the very welcoming McCarthy’s Bar, The Square, Millstreet on Thursday, 2nd April 2015 Millstreet’s Men’s Shed and Millstreet Tidy Towns Association made a number of presentations to the wonderfully popular Couple as they soon return to the UK. Both Roger and Wendy have had such a marvellously positive impact on Millstreet over the past decade. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

11Special Tribute to Roger and Wendy on 2nd April 2015 -8005Special Tribute to Roger and Wendy on 2nd April 2015 -8007Special Tribute to Roger and Wendy on 2nd April 2015 -80010Special Tribute to Roger and Wendy on 2nd April 2015 -800Roger was one of four dedicated people who founded Millstreet Men’s Shed and his very professional advice and work with Millstreet Tidy Towns was hugely appreciated.   The Cullinane Family made everyone so very welcome at McCarthy’s Bar on Thursday night where a very large number of sincere Friends and members of the two Associations assembled to pay very special and heartfelt tribute to both Roger and Wendy.   We extend our very best wishes for the future to the splendid Couple from All in Millstreet who hold Wendy and Roger in such high [read more …] “Millstreet Salutes Wonderfully Popular Roger and Wendy”

Woodland Habitat Study

2015-03-24 Our Tidy Towns and Community School have started a Woodland Habitat StudyYesterday afternoon the Transition Year students of Millstreet Community School started a woodland habitat study in the woodland at the back of the Community school.
The Millstreet Tidy Town Association have organised in conjunction with Mr. Derry Morley, for a Wildlife Biologist, Mr. Tony Keneally to come and facilitate this study to be done. This will be happening for the next 3 to 5 weeks with the Transition Year Students.
Their work will involve mapping the woodland habitat and ecological experiments and activities. Their aim is to map and setup a management plan for the woodland area. The best plan will be presented to Millstreet Tidy Town committee for submission with this year’s entry. We wish them luck.
Pictured is [read more …] “Woodland Habitat Study”

New Nest Boxes by our Men’s Shed

20150310_200459- Men's Shed Nest Boxes10th March 2015, the Millstreet Mens Shed presented members of Millstreet Tidy Town association with 12 nest boxes.

The nest boxes which were beautifully built by the Men’s Shed  and will be strategically located around the greener parts of Millstreet. Mainly the Town park, Clara Rd, Community school and perhaps even across from the Men’s Shed so the lads can observe their handy work.

There are 3 different types of nest boxes involved and a huge amount of effort and craftsmanship was placed into the creation of these nest boxes.

More information will be available on nest boxes on Millstreet Tidy Town website, which will be up and running in the coming weeks.

Many thanks to all involved. Pictured are Bertie Buckley and members of Mens Shed and Derry Sheehan and Kieran Murphy of Millstreet Tidy Town.

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Millstreet Tidy Towns Community Awards 2014

Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns Association presents the prestigious Best Frontage Award 2014  to Ursula Pomeroy of "The Clara Inn" at the special Awards Event held in "The Clara Inn" on Wednesday, 1st Oct..  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns Association, Derry Sheehan presents the prestigious Best Frontage Award 2014 to Ursula Pomeroy of “The Clara Inn” at the special Awards Event held in “The Clara Inn” on Wednesday, 1st Oct.. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)
Tommy Burke and Gobnait Twomey accepting the very impressive Glass Award as they represented Murphy's Terrace  deemed this year's Community Award Winners.
Tommy Burke and Gobnait Twomey accepting the very impressive Glass Award as they represented Murphy’s Terrace deemed this year’s Community Award Winners.
More residents from Murphy's Terrace celebrate the prestigious win.
Residents from Murphy’s Terrace celebrate the prestigious win.

Following an uplifting, excellent address by Derry Sheehan the highly regarded Awards were presented and then followed some delicious refreshments provided by Ursula Pomeroy, Family and Staff.  Here we share a selection of further images from the truly enjoyable social [read more …] “Millstreet Tidy Towns Community Awards 2014”

Best Garden and Frontage Competition Presentations at Clara Inn Wednesday, 1st Oct. 2014

Please join us on Wednesday October 1st at 8pm in the Clara Inn as we will be announcing the winners of this year’s Best Garden and Frontage Competition. Presentations will be made to the winning business and residential area. Everyone welcome!
 
Remember to check out our Tidy Towns website: www.millstreettidytowns.weebly.com
We thank Ciara Hickey for this important notice.  (S.R.)

Presentation of Tidy Town Certificates to International Volunteer Helpers

On Monday morning, 15th Sept. 2014 at the "Aroma" Restaurant in The Square, Millstreet richly deserved Certificates were presented by Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns , Gordon O'Keeffe to a number of dedicated International Volunteer Helpers after which all enjoyed delicious refreshments and a wonderfully harmonic brief singing session took place.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
On Monday morning, 15th Sept. 2014 at the “Aroma” Restaurant in The Square, Millstreet richly deserved Certificates were presented by Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns , Gordon O’Keeffe to a number of dedicated International Volunteer Helpers after which all enjoyed delicious refreshments and a wonderfully harmonic brief singing session took place.   Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Tidy Towns Results 2014

http://www.tidytowns.ie/supervalu-banner.hyperesources/tidytowns-logo.pngThe 2014 SuperValu Tidy Towns results have been published today. Millstreet has gained another point this year to score 297 points. Kilkenny have won the national title with a score of 320.
We will add more here as more is released

Tidy Towns Competition 2014
Adjudication Report
Centre: Millstreet 480 Ref: 480
County: Cork(North) Mark: 297
Category: D Date(s): 09/07/14
Max Mark 2014 Mark
Community Involvement & Planning 60 43
Built Environment and Streetscape 50 39
Landscaping and Open Spaces 50 42
Wildlife, Habitats and Natural Amenities 50 31
Sustainable Waste and Resource Management 50 12
Tidiness and Litter Control 90 63
Residential Streets & Housing Areas 50 33
Approach Roads, Streets & Lanes 50 34
450 297

Community Involvement & Planning / Rannpháirtíocht an Phobail & Pleanáil:  [read more …] “Tidy Towns Results 2014”

International Dimension to Millstreet Tidy Towns Association 2014

Patsy Corcorcan & Mary Kelleher (pictured below) were joined by such a wonderfully international support group in the weekly tidy street project on Wednesday evening. The excellent helpers from Drishane Castle Centre have been involved in the weekly project for quite some time and merit the utmost praise for such voluntary effort.  The gentleman in red is from Co. Armagh and is in Millstreet for the International Horse Show and he also entered into the spirit of the occasion!   Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

 

1International Support for Millstreet Tidy Towns 2014 -8004International Support for Millstreet Tidy Towns 2014 -8005International Support for Millstreet Tidy Towns 2014 -800Let’s share one further group photograph of this inspirational evening helping to further enhance the beauty of our [read more …] “International Dimension to Millstreet Tidy Towns Association 2014”

Millstreet Tidy Towns Annual Church Gate Collection This Weekend

Millstreet Tidy Towns Annual Church Gate Collection
2nd & 3rd August 2014
Your support will allow us continue our great work throughout Millstreet!  Many thanks.
We thank Ciara Hickey for this notice.  (S.R.)
 

Inspiring Tidy Towns Volunteers in Action During Summer 2014

Lots of wonderful activity by volunteers at the moment enhancing the Tidy Towns efforts during this excellent Summer weather.  Supervalu Millstreet has sponsored lots of the very colourful flowers.  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
Lots of wonderful activity by Volunteers at the moment enhancing the Tidy Towns efforts during this excellent Summer weather. Supervalu Millstreet has sponsored lots of the very colourful flowers. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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Millstreet Tidy Towns Association Update

Millstreet Tidy Towns Committee are very disappointed with our results in week 1 of this anti-litter challenge. Judging commenced on May 19th and at present we are currently ranked in last position of our category. Litter and cigarette butts continue to be a huge issue on our streets, particularly on the areas focused on in week 1 of judging. Judging continues from June 2nd – June 11th, with particular focus on Tanyard Wood.
Don’t forget to check out our website-

http://millstreettidytowns.weebly.com/

We thank Ciara for the update.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Tidy Towns Members Planting Throughout Town This Morning

Noreen, Pat, Patsy and Kathleen of Millstreet Tidy Towns Association begin planting the many decorative tubs throughout Millstreet Town this morning.   Considering that we shall be hosting the European Juggling Convention and the European Pony Championships this Summer it's important that the town will be in full colourful bloom for those exciting events.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
Noreen, Pat, Patsy and Kathleen of Millstreet Tidy Towns Association begin planting the many decorative tubs throughout Millstreet Town this morning….despite the rainy conditions! Considering that we shall be hosting the European Juggling Convention and the European Pony Championships this Summer it’s important that the town will be in full colourful bloom for those exciting events. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)

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Millstreet Tidy Town Website Updates

Important updates have been added to our Millstreet Tidy Town website regarding ‘Dog Fouling’ in Millstreet. We ask you all to visit our website and read these publications and put them into practice in our Town Park and throughout Millstreet.
We also advise residents of Murphy’s Terrace, Tanyard Wood and McCarthy Terrace that your area will be inspected by judges for the Anti- Litter Challenge 2014. We ask everyone in Millstreet to work together to keep Millstreet Town and surrounding areas litter free!   (We thank Ciara Hickey for this update…S.R.)

Regional Tidy Town Awards Ceremony

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The Regional Tidy Town Awards Ceremony took place in The Brehon Hotel, Killarney on Monday,  2nd December.  To see pictures from the night please click on the following link – http://millstreettidytowns.weebly.com/latest-news.html
Many thanks to Denis Hickey for this significant update.  (S.R.)

Millstreet Tidy Towns 2013 Local Awards Presentation at Wallis Arms Hotel

Pictured at the presentation ceremony of the Millstreet Tidy Towns 2013 Local Awards which was held in the Wallis Arms Hotel on Wednesday night (25th Sept.).  Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
Pictured at the presentation ceremony of the Millstreet Tidy Towns 2013 Local Awards which was held in the Wallis Arms Hotel on Wednesday night (25th Sept.). Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Chairman Derry Sheehan presents the very impressive Tidy Towns 2013 Award for most attractive private residence garden to Teresa and Dan Collins of Tanyard, Millstreet.
Chairman Derry Sheehan presents the very impressive Tidy Towns 2013 Award for most attractive private residence garden to Teresa and Dan Collins of Tanyard, Millstreet.
Thomas Mulcahy of Mulchay's Pharmacy, The Square, Millstreet receives his prestigious Award for best Frontage Business Premises from Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns, Derry Sheehan.
Thomas Mulcahy of Mulcahy’s Pharmacy, The Square, Millstreet receives his prestigious Award for Best Frontage Business Premises 2013 from Chairman of Millstreet Tidy Towns, Derry Sheehan.
International supporters and local members who were awarded the prestigious 2013 Cork Co. Anti-litter First Prize Award.
International supporters from Drishane who were presented with special Certificates of Appreciation and local members who were awarded the prestigious 2013 Cork Co. Anti-litter First Prize Award.

Chairman Derry Sheehan delivered an uplifting speech encouraging more and more local involvement now that Millstreet has reached such a superb level in the overall national Tidy Towns results and is gradually working to achieve not only the Silver but, in time, the Gold Medal.   This year’s efforts have been absolutely superb and the future certainly looks  bright.   Here we share 33 images [read more …] “Millstreet Tidy Towns 2013 Local Awards Presentation at Wallis Arms Hotel”