Kildysart Tidy Towns.
Please keep our
We are very
serious about litter control.
Kildysart Tidy Towns Committee was reformed in recent
years and since then many improvements have been made in our picturesque
village on the banks of the Shannon Estuary. In conjunction with local
FAS Scheme, stone walls have been built, streets cleaned every week,
picnic area at Quay developed, grass trimmed and weeds sprayed during
Summer months. This month the committee will be involved in erecting
hanging baskets and sowing Flowers in the various flowers beds and pots
in the village and outskirts of the village. Among the projects underway
at the moment is a rose garden at Lackshannagh Cross, flower beds
adjacent to the GAA field and further improvements at Kilrush Rd. A
three year plan for the overall development of Tidy Towns targets and
initiatives has been recently submitted to the adjudicators by the hard
working committee. The litter problem has decreased significantly in the
village area but has increased on the approach roads which is very
unfortunate. Every Easter the committee undertake a Parish Clean Up with
the help of many volunteers and the hope is that people will eventually
get the message and dispose of their litter in a safe and proper way.
The Tidy Towns Committee wish to thank each and everyone for their help
and assistance and issue an open invitation to more people young and old
to join committee or to help out in any way possible. It is only with
the full cooperation of the local community that Kildysart can once
again increase their marks in the Tidy Towns competition this year.