National Tidy Towns results are due out next Monday 26th in the Helix, Dublin; all the local villages hope to see an improvement in their overall marks. Best wishes to all our neighbouring villages, particularly Emyvale and Glaslough who have been invited to the award ceremony, and special congratulations to Glaslough on their international Entente Florale […]
Tydavnet has welcomed a new family who have taken up residence in the village recently. The Bird family are getting used to their new accommodation in the centre of the hamlet, and so far, seem to be very content with their homestead. Without “feather” ado, the timber framed modular accommodation has been kindly provided by fundraising […]
Scotstown, Ballinode and Tydavnet Tidy Towns groups invite your support to keep the area litter free over the coming weeks. Scotstown GFC is hosting Féile competitions, and a large group of under 14 boys from the Cuala team in Dalkey, Dublin, will be staying with local families all over the parish. Meanwhile, the Scotstown Ladies […]
Tydavnet Tidy Towns invites your support for the National Tidy Towns competition 2017. The village gained 5 marks in 2016 to bring the total to 287 points, we hope to increase that again this year. This will involve hard work and community spirit – painting, washing, dusting, planting and litter picking. It is hoped to […]
Thanks to the pupils of St Dympna’s N.S. Tydavnet who came out to set a great example in picking litter in Tydavnet village for the annual “Spring Clean”. There wasn’t a corner missed, and the place is spick and span. We hope that everyone will follow their lead and head out over the next few […]
Santa will arrive in Tydavnet on Saturday 10th December at 6 o clock to switch on the lights on the Christmas tree and will meet the children in Jacks afterwards. The Tidy Towns Christmas party is on in the Rock Inn later in the evening and everyone is invited so dust off your party outfit […]
Santa will arrive in Tydavnet village to switch on the lights on the Christmas tree on Saturday 10th December at 6pm, and will meet the children in Jacks afterwards. All welcome.
Children from St Dympna’s N.S., Tydavnet teamed up the local Tidy Towns group to participate in the Autumn Clean up on Friday 10th November 2016. During the short clean up the children collected a considerable amount of rubbish, including cigarette butts, drinks cans and bottles, crisp packets, sweet wrappers, cardboard cups and pizza boxes, much of which could […]
Though Ballinode Tidy Towns group will not be hosting the full Eco camp week this year, Monaghan County Council Environment section (through Nial O’Connor, environmental officer) will be supporting a “Day in the Bog”, the highlight of every eco camp so far. An environmental bog walk to explore the biodiversity of Sliabh Beagh (ok, we might fit […]
Tydavnet Tidy Towns had a very successful clean up night in Tydavnet last Tuesday when a lot of finishing touches were put to the tidy towns effort. A big thank you to all who turned up to help as the extra pairs of hands really do make a difference. The hanging baskets and tubs are […]
Judging is now ongoing, and we ask that we show all the villages in our parish in the best way possible by keeping the village litter free. It’s great to see lots of flowers appearing outside houses all over the villages, well done to the Tydavnet parish community on their usual great efforts.
Tydavnet Tidy Towns had a very successful clean up night on Tuesday 7th June 2016 when a lot of finishing touches were put to the tidy towns effort. A big thank you to all who turned up to help as the extra pairs of hands really do make a difference. The hanging baskets and tubs […]
The entry form for the National Tidy Towns competition 2016 has been filled in and sent off recently, so it’s time now to ramp up the village to maximise the marks in the competition and the tourism potential and appeal of the village for ourselves and others who visit the area. It is hoped to […]
Tydavnet Tidy Towns invites your usual enthusiastic support for the annual village clean up in preparation for National Tidy Towns judging which starts next week. The clean up has become a community event with a great social side, where lots of people of all ages turn up to lend a hand to get the village […]
Success in Tidy Towns doesn’t come easily, it takes a lot of money, time, but most of all hard work and attention to detail. Though the competition categories have changed immensely, Tydavnet Tidy Towns group has made significant progress over the last number of years. There is a great emphasis on biodiversity, sustainable waste management, recycling, […]