Castleisland Tidy Towns group members will hold their annual church gate collection this coming weekend.
“This collection is facilitated by Cllr. Michael Gleeson who has, for the past number of years, offered us one of his dates. We are very grateful to him and his wife Kathleen who joined us during the summer for our Tuesday work nights,” said group spokesperson, Mary Walsh.
Euphoria of Extra Points
“After the euphoria of the nine extra marks in the Tidy Towns competition we have our shoulders to the wheel again and are busy planning for the coming year. We have a few projects in mind and hope to have them up and running soon.
“We really have fantastic support from all the voluntary groups, the schools and statutory bodies at this stage and whenever we ask them for help and support they are very willing to row in.
Working with Chamber Alliance
“Many are mentioned in the report and many remain nameless. The Kerry County Council officials, councillors and workers do a great deal of work which is often taken for granted and they deserve special mention.
“We look forward to working in tandem with Castleisland Chamber Alliance which has also contributed to many projects included in our entry form.
Grateful to Garvey’s
“The FÁS workers are also a help. We are grateful as always to Garvey’s SuperValu for their sponsorship.
“We seem to have got almost the whole community involved at this stage and we appeal to them again for the coming year as we strive to push Castleisland to over 300 marks in next year’s competition,” said Mary.
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