Winner of the 2023 Best Garden, Robert Moorehead with Ennis Tidy Towns Chairperson, Mary Howard.

ENNIS TIDY Towns are on the hunt for the best kept garden in the county town.

As part of their way to express a gratitude to those who take such pride in their garden, Ennis Tidy Towns’ annual awards recognise the best kept garden in Ennis.

In memory of the late Margaret Neylon, a beloved volunteer and founding member of Ennis Tidy Towns, a new award has been introduced. There will also be a new miniature garden award.

Chairperson of Ennis Tidy Towns, Mary Howard explained, “Like the National Awards our Best Kept Garden Competition is recognising the importance of native biodiversity and therefore we are continuing our ‘Biodiversity Garden’ Category for 2024. These are gardens which purposely make room for traditional garden plants as well as native flora, bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and other wildlife”.

She said, “We would also like biodiversity be catered for, where possible, in the Large, Medium, Small and Miniature Garden categories. Don’t worry if your garden is at the back of your house we will contact you to arrange a time to view it, so please do enter”.

Categories include miniature, small, medium and large plus the biodiversity campaign.

To enter all you need to do is email info@ennistidytowns.com with your name, address and Eircode, telephone or email and specify which category you wish to enter. Alternatively this information can be sent via text to 0838700349 or via message to Ennis Tidy Town’s Facebook or Instragram pages. If you wish to drop this information in a physical format, it can be left in the Ennis Chamber letterbox on 54 O’Connell Street, Ennis.

 

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