Tidy Towns seminars 2022

Waterford City & County Council and Wexford County Council host a short series of talks to help Tidy Towns groups in the 2022 competition, from planting for pollinators, litter management training and applying the Sustainable Development Goals.


Wednesday 6th April 1pm – Tidy Towns & Sustainability a perspective from Ennis Tidy Towns

This talk by Ennis Tidy Towns addresses the Sustainable Development Goals – how you can think global but act local.

Ennis Tidy Towns were awarded the Sustainable Development Award 2021. We are delighted to hear them talk about their work and answer any questions that you may have. We feel it will be very beneficial for groups to hear first hand how Ennis have incorporated the goals into their everyday activities and actions.

Register here https://www.eventbrite.ie/x/think-global-act-local-how-to-incorporate-sustainable-development-goals-tickets-287719575997


Wednesday 13th April 1pm – What Tidy Towns can do to help pollinators

This talk, led by the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan, will give you a clear idea of what your Tidy Town can do to help pollinators – and what to avoid doing – no matter the size of your community.

You will also learn about some of the great work that Tidy Towns have done in previous years for the Pollinator Award and find out about the free resources that can help you develop plans with your own group.

Register here https://www.eventbrite.ie/x/what-can-tidy-towns-do-to-help-pollinators-tickets-289411055257


Wednesday 27th April 1 pm – Tidy Towns Special Awards 2022

This talk led by John Carney, Higher Executive Officer Tidy Towns Unit  will give valuable insights into this year’s special awards.

Register here https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/tidy-towns-competition-special-awards-tickets-292306144547

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