Cahir Tidy Towns Awards
The Cahir Tidy Towns Awards night held at the weekend saw a huge crowd gather to hear the results. This was also a celebration of the Bronze Medal won 2 weeks ago. Thanks to Dolan's for their sponsorship of the event, the members, the judges, the council staff, the Shamrock, local Media and the winners. Thanks also to those who donated money and equipment during the year and our support team in the Mens Shed,CDA and Enterprise Centre.All those who were not present to accept their cert can do so during the week in Super Valu.Best Overall; The GatehouseMost improved Facility; Cahir Park FCBest Street; Market StreetMembers Merit Award; Anna BurkeCouncil Staff award; Jim Ryan, Market StreetJohn Quirke Award: SuperValuMl Smith,Council received a presentation from the group for his help and his move to Ardfinnan.Winners and Certs and inSmall front Garden, Large Front Garden, private dwelling floral display,tidiest business front,business floral display, small estate , large estate. All these can be collected in SuperValu so please check the notice board in shop.Main winners in categories Small gardens,Ml Guiry, Alex &MaryQuinn, John &MaryMcCarthy,Tony Fitzpatrick,Tom & Mary Fitzgerald and many commendedPrivate Dwelling Floral Display; Kathleen Butler, Hannah Lynch,Trish Flannery,Mary Kelly plus commendedLarge Front Garden; Brenda Burke,Sean & Angela McRee,Denis & Ann O MahonyTidiest Business Front; Liam Wall, Cahir House Hotel,John Quirke plus commendedFloral Display; credit Union, The Heritage,The Hill Bar plus many commendedSmall Estates; Birchdale,College Court,Highfield.Most improved RiverdaleLarge Estate; Woodview, BeechparkThe tidiest Street award will be presented in Market Street next Wednesday at 7 pm and all on the street are invited. This is a plaque originally donated in 1960 and was resurrected this year.We also welcome the news this week that the new toilets will start on Monday and hope to be sorted soon after Christmas and that 73 new LED lights will be included in the new funding to have Cahir an energy efficient town in the not so distant future.