Our Tidy Towns Association has been a competitor in the National Tidy Town’s competition for 50 years now after being founded by Davy and Bridie Foley amongst others in 1966.
With limited resources this group of volunteers, in conjunction with a dedicated team of Community Employment Scheme workers, ensures that the village of Clashmore is kept neat and tidy all year round, as well as having it looking at it’s absolute best when it comes to adjudication time in the summer.
After a brief hiatus between 2011 to 2013, a new committee was formed at the end of 2013 and we re-entered the SuperValu Tidy Towns competition in 2014 and have recorded very encouraging increases in adjudication scores since then.
A snapshot of our most recent result from the Tidy towns competition can be seen below and the full report can be downloaded here. Anyone interested in helping out in any way can contact any committee member or alternatively you can contact us via our Facebook Page