Bundoran Tidy Towns is proudly supported by
And proud to be associated with the following organisations and initiatives:
We’ve got new ballot bins and we’re looking for your help!
Download and read the latest Tidy Towns report for Bundoran here
Bundoran Community Challenge announced! Please keep Saturday 17th February free to give us a hand on our Community Challenge day! More details here.
If you can give some time please let us know by filling out the registration form here.
We are delighted to have increased our score in this year’s Tidy Towns competition by 12 marks! You can download and read the report here. If you have any feedback or questions please email email@example.com
Bundoran Tidy Towns launch Anti Dog Fouling campaign – read more here
More than 2000 athletes will take part in The Cara Bundoran Run – 10 Mile Challenge this year. We want to make sure that the town and surrounds look its best. The Tidy Towns Group will undertake a cleanup of the bypass area on the 4th of March from 12-2pm. Meeting at Supervalu at 11:45 for a briefing and then driving to the bypass. For more details please email tidytowns@discoverbundoran
To the Bundoran community,
Please find the results below of the Tidy Towns competition for Bundoran for 2016.
The Tidy Towns committee is delighted with the results of the competition for this year. We have received 246 points out of a maximum 450 that can be awarded. Some categories were good and others not so good. However we are not disheartened. This gives us a great barometer to our current status and will allow us to make more concrete plan for the future in terms of what areas need to be given more priority and how we are doing in general.
It should be noted that the overall winner of Tidy Towns 2016, Skerries in County Dublin received 327 points out of 450. However when we are at the stage of where we are at the moment, points become more elusive and are not earned easily!
The adjudication took place in mid June, and since then some of the points raised within the report have actually been looked after including some grass cutting so we are already ahead for next year!
That said, there is a lot of work to do and we have a lot of plans. However, we cannot do it all on our own and we are looking for people to join our committee. We are looking for advisors on the various categories, particularly in the Sustainable Waste & Resource Management and Wildlife, Habitats and Natural Amenities categories.
If you are interested in joining Bundoran Tidy Towns or offering some advice on the above, please get in touch with us via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/bundorantidytowns or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We would like to thank those who have been looking after their premises and helping with the Tidy Towns efforts during this year, and remind you that we expect the adjudicators to visit once again during June 2017 so we want to look our best for then!
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Bundoran Tidy Towns group.
Download this year’s Tidy Towns Adjudication Report for Bundoran here