As all Ireland pollinator winners we want to keep people aware of why we have wildflower areas and how they should trim areas like this as little as possible. You can see interpretative signage all over the town and cordoned off ‘wildflower, wildlife areas” where the cooperation are not to mow. We have had amazing… Continue reading Pollinator Signage
On Monday the 8th of April the death has occurred of our beloved chairman Martin Behan after a sudden illness. Up until his last moments Martin was making sure that we would get our 2019 submission in. This was how passionate he was about this town. He was determined to go big this year in… Continue reading The death has occurred of our chairman Martin Behan, RIP
Clonmel town has rolled out Bug Boxes to most schools such as the Gael Scoil, St Olivers National School, Heywood Road, Old St Mary's Church and Presentation Convent, Waterford Road. Above: Bug Hotel at the Gael scoil Clonmel We have increased the Bug Hotel with lots of stacked benches, grass clippings and leaves. This will… Continue reading Bug Hotels
On the 16th October 2018 Gaelscoil Chluain Meala 2nd Class pupils planted 500 bulbs on open ground opposite St Stephens Cemetery Irish town. While planting they were taught about wildflowers and pollinators. In April when the Flowers started to bloom they went back to see the flowers and created wonderful art work based on same.… Continue reading Planting with the Gaelscoil
Clonmel Tidy Towns presenting Bird nest boxes and bird feeders to Clonmel Highschool Students Biodiversity Class. They will put up same and monitor progress of nest sites and record same. The bird nest boxes and feeders were constructed by Clonmel Men’s Shed group from recycled timber pallets. So the community effort is to be applauded.😁Well… Continue reading Birdboxes with the Clonmel High School
The death has occurred of our beloved Frank O’Donoghue. Many of you will know him as one of the founding members of Clonmel Tidy towns in the early 80s and he worked tirelessly towards making Clonmel shine. Words cannot describe the dedication, passion and love Frank has for this town. We will miss you dearly… Continue reading Frank O’Donoghe
This Saturday the Clonmel Tidy Towns committee were delighted to be part of a very special event in conjunction with Clonmel Applefest. They are running an initiative where you can adopt a tree which is planted down along out beautiful Suir river walk.