The River Suir which flows through the town of Cahir is proving a great help in the Tidy Towns battle to keep the shrubs and plants looking good.
Tidy Towns volunteers in Cahir have been battling to save shrubs and flowers from wilting in the dry weather.
The Group is blessed the river flows through the town. Its St Paul’s Rose flower bed, in particular, will need some serious attention and a rethink on its design.
But well done to all who are putting in great work in helping to keep the shrubs and flowers alive is this continued dry spell.
There was a great turnout for the Birdwatch Ireland talk and tour of Cahir last Wednesday.
Will Hayes (wearing cap) of Birdwatch Ireland gave an impressive talk and tour to CahirTidy Towns members last week.
It was very informative and Cahir Tidy Towns members now have a greater awareness of the Swift and its life since the visit of Will Hayes.
The Tidy Towns Group's church gate collection last weekend raised €1445.60, which will be invested directly back into town projects over the coming year. The Group thank all who supported the collection.
Residents are reminded that Dolan’s SuperValu local competition will be judged over the next two weeks. Certificates will be presented in many categories. There are many newcomers to the competition this year.
There are huge numbers around town in the past weeks and the feedback from tourists about the town's appearance and tidiness is positive.
Tidy Towns meets today Wednesday, 25th at 7pm.