The Cahir Tidy towns received a great boost during the week when the Cahir Bingo Committee announced that they would sponsor the repairs to the Duck Pen.
Chairman, Andy Moloney said that this is another gesture of goodwill towards the Tidy Towns groups that are committed to making Cahir a more attractive place to work and live in.
The Chairman is aware that there are many groups working away in their own areas that are not registered with the Tidy towns Group and Andy would love to hear of their progress and works to put them on the entry form and alert them to any promotional offers. He says the fact that the Queen is visiting Cashel is putting Cahir under more pressure as there are significant funds and resources in that area and they will need to pull out all the stops.
“We will be looking for an all out effort on Wednesday, June 1, where we need all residents, traders and business in the town to look outside their own door and see what they can do to improve matters. It may be in the way of litter picking, painting or just simply weeding. We are asking all groups in the town to carry out this exercise at some stage during the day but between 7pm and 9pm will be the official hours. Judging last year took place on the first week in June so we must be on guard.
“We are a little behind on spraying and planting but it is in hand.”
Anyone interested in going along to join the group on every Wednesday evening from 7pm to 9 is welcome to do so. They will meet this coming Wednesday at 7pm in the Castle Car Park.