Tydavnet tidy towns committee continues to carry out improvements around the village. We have added a bird box and upgraded the compost area in the wildlife garden and we have given the seats a much needed facelift. We have tidied up the flower beds and the rose bed and we are now going to plant […]
Monaghan County Council proposes to replace its existing Litter Management Plan 2018-2020. A new draft plan has been prepared for the prevention and control of litter within the county, setting out appropriate objectives and activities for the three- year period 2021-2023. The plan proposes to address the negative impacts of litter on our county, improve […]
Biodiversity provides us with clean air, water, food, fuel, medicines, recreation, spiritual enrichment and protects us from extreme weather. Without the pollination service of bees and other insects, it would be increasingly difficult and expensive for farmers to produce some crops at current scales, and the beauty of the Irish landscape would also be affected […]
It is very disheartening and disappointing to see both the dumping of domestic waste in the bin at Tydavnet school, and the damage to the bin and the gates at the old entrance to the school. The damage to the gate may have been accidentally caused by a lorry that uses the area to park […]
Tydavnet Tidy Towns has now finished most of the work around the car park and we will have to wait until the grass grows before we can really appreciate it. The field has been re-seeded and some of the beds have been planted with shrubs and trees (2 Copper beech and 2 Hornbeam). The rest of the beds […]
The DVD of the Gathering of the Spuds in Tydavnet Allotments is now available, and the production by Murphy Video Services, Emyvale is a nice reminder of what was normal just a few short months ago. The DVD is available at €10 and is a bit nostalgia, a bit humour, and a tribute to the […]
Fr Early pumps water from the newly refurbished Well Pump in Tydavnet Village in front of the large crowd that turned out to view its completion. Marie Mc Kenna using the pump after almost 40 years!
Welcome to local man Denis Meehan who is our new Fas man for the village. Denis started in February and has the unenviable task of taking over from Noel Colton who done a great job last year. We wish Denis well for his time with us and know that he won’t be found wanting. As […]