Millstreet Tidy Town Association are delighted to announce that once again this year there will be an award for Best Frontage Competition 2019. There will be two categories this year. Best Commercial Premises and Best Residential Area. The Best Residential Area, can be an estate, a street or a road. Adjudication will commence in this month of July and run through to the end of August. So why not get together with your neighbours and win it for your residential area. Everybody can do a small part and make a big impact.
The Tidy Towns have started a project to create before and after comparison photos to show the changes the town has had to become a more beautiful place to live in.
If you have any photos that you feel would be suitable to add to this album, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with these photos so we can continue to grow the album.
This Tuesday on the 14th of May at
8PM 7.30PM, Millstreet Community School students will be presenting the results of their Smart Store survey which they conducted in O’Keeffes Supervalu. This presentation on their findings will be followed up by a talk given by the Cork County Council on sustainability.
Part of the Tidy Towns goals is to strive for sustainability and reducing food waste is an important part of that.
All are welcome to attend this event at the Community School.
*Note: The date for this event has been pushed forward by half an hour and will now be starting at 7.30PM*
Millstreet Tidy Towns is delighted to announce that we are organizing a cleanup day for the 27th of April.
We will be meeting in The Square at 10am and plan to finish up around 1pm. There will be refreshments provided after in the Millstreet GAA hall after provided generously by O’Keeffe’s Supervalu.
All necessary equipment will be provided such as Pickers, Bags and High-visibility vests, the only thing you will need to bring is yourselves.