Clondalkin Tidy Towns Committee has announced, in conjunction with Greyhound, Clondalkin’s 2018 Tidy Estates Competition. Every estate in the area is eligible to enter.
The competition started on Friday 10 August. The winner will be selected at the end of September. Estates will be judged on common areas (30%); gardens (20%); house exterior (20%). Extra marks will be given to estates for recycling /segregating waste (30%).
The winner will receive €500 for common areas, a free skip for a clean-up and a plaque for the entrance to the estate.
Clondalkin has been doing very well in the National Tidy Towns competition in recent years.
Chairperson of Clondalkin Tidy Towns, Kathleen Gill said: “We are excited to launch this year’s Tidy Estates Competition. After our best year ever in Tidy Towns, we believe this initiative will allow us to scale even greater heights. We got a great response from many estates last year and hope that even more estates will show their civic pride and enter the competition in 2018.”
Greyhound’s Group Managing Director, John Brosnan, said: “We are delighted to sponsor this competition. We have worked with CTT for a number of years and we know the effort they put in. We believe the competition will help CTT garner even more points in the national awards.”
For further information or to enter your estate in the competition, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information tel. Pat O’Sullivan, Secretary, Clondalkin Tidy Towns at 085-1645582 or Kate Gill, Chair, at 087-2487982.
Pictured: Clondalkin Tidy Towns Volunteers