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Galway towns and villages clean up for 2023 Tidy Towns

Milltown has been named as the cleanest town in Galway in the 2023 Supervalu Tidy Towns awards, followed by Abbey and Spiddal in second...

Funding announced for 46 Tidy Towns groups across Galway

Forty-six Tidy Towns groups in Co. Galway will receive a total of €65,000 in funding from the Department of Rural and Community Development as...

Gort wins two awards at 2022 Supervalu Tidy Towns

It was a good year for Gort, as the south Galway town took home two national awards at the 2022 Supervalu Tidy Towns awards...

Fundraiser set up to support Bearna Tidy Towns

Over €700 has been raised so far in a fundraiser which has been set up to raise money for Bearna Tidy Towns. Over the past...

Changes made to Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition

Galway City Council is now taking entries for this year's Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition, with some changes to previous years. The...

Galway City Tidy Towns winners announced

The pride of Galway City in its best kept neighbourhoods and stunning gardens was on display in the 2021 Tidy Towns competition. The winners of...

Galway villages clean up at Tidy Towns awards

Monivea & Milltown villages were among the winners at the 2021 Supervalu Tidy Towns awards announced this morning, back after a year off from...

Grant funding awarded to 42 Galway Tidy Towns groups

Tidy Towns groups across Galway County have received a funding boost to help them get back into the swing of things for the 2021...

Entries open for Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden competition 2021

Entries are now being accepted for the Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition 2021. The Tidy Towns competition is back after being cancelled last...

Tidy Towns groups can still use funding after cancellation of competition

Tidy Towns groups can still use the funding that was allocated to them despite the cancellation of this year’s competition. East Galway TD Ciaran Cannon...

Galway Tidy Towns groups stay connected online

Tidy Towns groups across the county are coming together online to stay connected during the COVID-19 emergency. Williamstown Tidy Towns led the way by starting...

Milltown tops Tidy Towns list in Galway once again

Milltown is the cleanest town in Galway once again according to the results of the 2019 Tidy Towns competition, while Abbey and Monivea were...

Show off your blooming best in the Galway City Tidy Towns and Garden Competition

Entrants are now open for people who want to show the effort and pride they put into their home for the Galway City Tidy...

Galway city in full bloom at Tidy Towns Garden Competition

In spite of a summer drought followed by a season of storms, the brightest gardens in Galway were announced this week at the Galway City...

Tidy Towns: Galway’s tidiest town 2018 is revealed

Milltown has been named Galway’s tidiest town, in the national Tidy Towns competition. Abbey and Monivea just missed out on top spot but the north Galway...

2023 TidyTowns competition is launched

Minister Heather Humphreys and Managing Director of SuperValu Ian Allen have launched the 2023 TidyTowns competition today. The competition, sponsored by SuperValu, has been bringing...

2022 TidyTowns competition launched this week

The 2022 TidyTowns competition was launched this week by Minister Heather Humphreys. In place since 1958, the competition continues to grow from strength to strength This...

TidyTowns competition returns with emphasis on electronic entries

The TidyTowns competition is returning this year after being cancelled in 2020 for the first time in over 60 years. Special arrangements have been put...

Minister Humphreys assures TidyTowns groups that competition will go ahead in 2021

Minister Heather Humphreys has assured local groups involved in the SuperValu TidyTowns competition that next year's competition will go ahead despite Covid-19. A record 924...

Tidy new online resource launched to keep Galway City clean

Galway City Council has launched a new online resource to make it easier for community groups to request bags, gloves and litter pickers for...

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