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Hello Community members , The annual National Tidy Towns competition adjudication report for our area has just been published . Emyvale has gained an additional 6 marks from last years results. We are now up to 282 marks .Please click on adjudication report link below for more information. Many thanks to everyone in Emyvale & environs in trying to help keep our beautiful village litter free and looking fantastic. If anyone would like to help Emyvale Tidy Towns; please contact any committee member. Our next monthly ‘one hour’ litter pick up is Saturday 27th November from 11am. Meet outside Emyvale Leisure Centre. Link to Tidy Towns Report: https://tidytowns21.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/u_reports/2021/monaghan/2021- County-Monaghan-Emyvale-1042.pdf The Tidy Towns committee and members deserve our appreciation for the work they do to maintain and develop a place we can be proud of. It is not an easy task and the discovery of dumped waste every ‘Litter Pick-up’ which was organised is very depressing and shows a total disregard for our area by a minority. They say that ‘many hands make light work’ so if you can give an hour to help with the Litter Pick it would be very welcome.
End of 2021 Litter Clean Up Our end of 2021clean-up of Emyvale village & environs is this Saturday 11th of December . Meet outside Emyvale Leisure Centre at 11am . if we have enough help , we will go and clean all approach roads and the main street. We need volunteers - We need YOU . Can you spare ONE hour ? Please help your community and enjoy the natural beauty of our lovely area. Keep Emyvale beautiful. REFRESHMENNTS AFTERWARDS. regards EMYVALE TIDY TOWNS COMMITTEEt Communities and Water Quality in the River Blackwater Catchment Field Course 1 Rossmore Forest Park, Monaghan Sunday 12th December 2021 Dear all, Our first field course will take place in Rossmore Forest Park, Monaghan on Sunday 12th December from 09.30 to 14.00. In the afternoon – 14.00 to 16.00 - I would be pleased to visit particular areas of interest in the catchment or neighbouring catchments, which participants would like me to visit and comment on as required. We plan to meet in Rossmore Forest Park from 09.15 onwards. ….see map below. Everyone is welcome but we plan to repeat the event at Knockmany Forest in Augher or Parkanaur Forest in Castlecaulfield in January 2022. Below you will also find details of the clothing / footwear etc. which you might bring with you to the field course. Please bring with you what you will require by way of drinks (water / coffee / tea etc.) and a packed lunch, as the sampling sites will not be located convenient to shops/ coffee shops. Please see link to a Covid 19 tracing form, which you might be kind enough to fill out and bring with you to the course. If you have family members, friends or colleagues who would like to join us they are very welcome!! You might ask them to also complete a Covid tracing form. Best regards, Ken This is being organised by 'River Blackwater Catchment Trust (RBCT) and Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon District Council, as part of the interreg Project Catchment CARE' Enda Fields
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Tidy Towns: Link with Redcastle HERE
Hello Community members , The annual National Tidy Towns competition adjudication report for our area has just been published . Emyvale has gained an additional 6 marks from last years results. We are now up to 282 marks .Please click on adjudication report link below for more information. Many thanks to everyone in Emyvale & environs in trying to help keep our beautiful village litter free and looking fantastic. If anyone would like to help Emyvale Tidy Towns; please contact any committee member. Our next monthly ‘one hour’ litter pick up is Saturday 27th November from 11am. Meet outside Emyvale Leisure Centre. Link to Tidy Towns Report: https://tidytowns21.s3-eu-west- 1.amazonaws.com/u_reports/2021/monagh an/2021-County-Monaghan-Emyvale- 1042.pdf The Tidy Towns committee and members deserve our appreciation for the work they do to maintain and develop a place we can be proud of. It is not an easy task and the discovery of dumped waste every ‘Litter Pick-up’ which was organised is very depressing and shows a total disregard for our area by a minority. They say that ‘many hands make light work’ so if you can give an hour to help with the Litter Pick it would be very welcome.
End of 2021 Litter Clean Up Our end of 2021clean-up of Emyvale village & environs is this Saturday 11th of December . Meet outside Emyvale Leisure Centre at 11am . if we have enough help , we will go and clean all approach roads and the main street. We need volunteers - We need YOU . Can you spare ONE hour ? Please help your community and enjoy the natural beauty of our lovely area. Keep Emyvale beautiful. REFRESHMENNTS AFTERWARDS. regards EMYVALE TIDY TOWNS COMMITTEEt Communities and Water Quality in the River Blackwater Catchment Field Course 1 Rossmore Forest Park, Monaghan Sunday 12th December 2021 Dear all, Our first field course will take place in Rossmore Forest Park, Monaghan on Sunday 12th December from 09.30 to 14.00. In the afternoon – 14.00 to 16.00 - I would be pleased to visit particular areas of interest in the catchment or neighbouring catchments, which participants would like me to visit and comment on as required. We plan to meet in Rossmore Forest Park from 09.15 onwards. ….see map below. Everyone is welcome but we plan to repeat the event at Knockmany Forest in Augher or Parkanaur Forest in Castlecaulfield in January 2022. Below you will also find details of the clothing / footwear etc. which you might bring with you to the field course. Please bring with you what you will require by way of drinks (water / coffee / tea etc.) and a packed lunch, as the sampling sites will not be located convenient to shops/ coffee shops. Please see link to a Covid 19 tracing form, which you might be kind enough to fill out and bring with you to the course. If you have family members, friends or colleagues who would like to join us they are very welcome!! You might ask them to also complete a Covid tracing form. Best regards, Ken This is being organised by 'River Blackwater Catchment Trust (RBCT) and Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon District Council, as part of the interreg Project Catchment CARE' Enda Fields