National Spring Clean Day leaves Cahir spick and span

Tidy Towns Chairman Andy Moloney and Sinead Smith scrubbing road signs on National Spring Clean Day.
The Cahir Tidy Towns Group has been busy over the past weekend with the National Spring Clean Day and also the arrival of four pooper Scooper glove dispensers.

The Cahir Tidy Towns Group has been busy over the past weekend with the National Spring Clean Day and also the arrival of four pooper Scooper glove dispensers.

These dispensers were erected on Saturday morning and are located at the bank of Ireland, Castle Street, the car park and the black spot of 
Barrack Street.

These were purchased by Cahir Tidy Towns in association with Skellys’ Sweet Emporium, Best Friends World, Cummins Insurance and Long Island Gaels GAA. They hope that this will be a start in the battle to rid the streets of Dog Foul.

Tidy Townse are also contacting all businesses in the town this week with a view to erecting at least one hanging basket and a letter will be dropped to everyone to explain what we have achieved and where we want to go.

Unfortunately for some people Tidy Towns have sold out spaces for the Memorial Garden and could have done with a second one so much was the response! They may find a location for a second garden down the line and will put out the offer again if they do.

There have been some new arrivals on the river and the two young goslings are causing a bit of a stir with the kids. Owners of dogs are urged to keep them under control during these vital weeks while they are young.

Meet Wednesday as usual at 7pm at the Market yard.