Tipperary Tidy Towns will have a Paint drop-off point in the Kickham Street Car Park, opposite Tipperary Co op Supervalu on Friday 7th june from 11 - 3pm.
We are working with the Tipperary Regional Youth Service in the coming months to paint a mural designed by the teenagers on the hoarding opposite Dunnes.
We require as many colours in emulsion as possible to make this project a success.
A design will be launched later in June.
We need your paint for this worthwhile cause.
Your continued support to Tipperary Tidy Towns is much appreciated.
Please put up the attached poster and promote this worthwhile project.
Canon Hayes Sports Scholarships
The Canon Hayes Recreation Centre in Tipperary Town is now seeking applications for its 2013 Sports Scholarship Scheme. This very successful initiative assists up and coming sportspeople in the development of their sporting career by offering them free use of the facilities in the Canon Hayes Sports Centre and the adjoining Sean Treacy Memorial Swimming Pool, plus professional training, mentoring and fitness advice from the fitness staff in the Centre, for a 12 month period.
The scheme, has over the years, assisted many sportspeople from the county including former Munster and Ireland Rugby International, Alan Quinlan.
If you have achieved success in your chosen sport in the last 12 months and you think that a scholarship would benefit your sporting development, or you know of someone that you think would benefit from a scholarship, then contact the Canon Hayes Recreation Centre for an application form. The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is Friday, June 14th.
Further information on the scheme from 062 52022 or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
C.J. Kickham Brass & Reed Band – thank you!
The members and committee of the C.J. Kickham Brass & Reed Band would like to express their thanks to the people of Tipperary for their very generous donations at our recent annual church gate collection. Your continued kindness and support is much appreciated.
Talk on the Iconic Barn Owl at Excel
On June 6, John Lusby of Birdwatch Ireland will give a talk in the Excel in Tipperary Town on one of Irelands most iconic species, the Barn Owl. John will focus on the role that the tidy towns can play in conserving Barn owls and also discuss the wider farming landscape. The talk starts at 8pm and all are all welcome. Please contact Albert at email@example.com or 089 4230502.
Tipperary Residents Network meeting
There will be a Tipperary Residents Network meeting on Tuesday, June 11 at 7.30-9pm in Carrowclough Community House. All residents groups welcome. For more information, please contact Ruth Smith at Knockanrawley Resource Centre on 062 52688.
Veronica and Adam Dunne are holding a coffee morning in aid of the diabetic unit, Crumlin Children’s Hospital and Diabetes Ireland in Lowry’s Bar, Tipperary Town on Saturday, June 8 at 10.30am. Also monster raffle on the morning. Raffle tickets available from Veronica at 087 0514283.
Your support would be appreciated.