Please contact the Tidy Towns Secretary Ann at email@example.com
Below; we were delighted to accept the help of our enthusiastic tidy town junior helpers.
Left, we see some of the Stradbally GAA Tidy Town helpers planting in the Village.
Thanks to St James School who are concentrating on reducing their use of single-use plastics - Well done to Teachers, Staff and Children!!
Below; Natural Pollination Hedge at Stradbally Soccer Field
Our mission is to make Stradbally a better place to live. We live in one of the most beautiful places in Ireland and we aim to keep it beautiful!
Stradbally Tidy Towns Committee usually holds work evenings on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the spring and summer months. Look out for us in our yellow vests! Please help in anyway you can, eg help out on work evenings, planting, painting, weeding, sweeping, pruning. Any and all help is always gratefully appreciated. Keeping your own area looking its best is a really helpful contribution.
The committee also meets a few times a year, usually on Tuesday evenings to plan events and projects. We also organise events such as the Spring Clean, Heart Foundation walk, and wildlife related events.
Ideas and suggestions for what Stradbally Tidy Towns could or should be doing are always appreciated – please contact our secretary. Please support our fund raising activities particularly our annual raffle
Children in WHITEWELL having a well deserved treat after their Tidy Towns work!!
The committee are delighted to inform you that we will benefit from the next Stradbally G.A.A. 50:50 draw which takes place on
Sunday 20th September 2020.
The Tidy Towns will receive 50% of the prize with the Draw Winner receiving the other 50% of the prize.
The G.A.A. are donating to the Tidy Towns so we can continue with our work in the village.
If you wish to support our work please click on this link below to enter the draw. Thanks for all your support throughout the year.
Some of the latest tidy towns achievements / work (up to July 2021);
Below; New red door in the village, 1800's style Left; New signs at Ballyvooney
Below; Table by bike rack in Village Green
Left; Water Inlet at Barrack Cross
Below; Stradbally Eco Park
Also there are other achievements that you may spot around the village;
New wall built at the ball-alley with marigolds planted on top
Corner cleaned out at Ballyvooney
Biodiversity planting done in the village
Bird boxes in the village
Below; Easter 2021 clean up in conjunction with Stradbally Ladies GAA
PRIMARY SCHOOLS and the TIDY TOWNS
Well done to our primary schools in the village, Our Lade of Mercy N.S. erected bee boxes to support Tidy Towns efforts of pollination.
St James National School is taking part in the two year Green School Campaign. The theme is reduce, reuse and no litter. A big welcome to the hen hotel and its inhabitants at school.