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Ennis deemed one of cleanest towns in Ireland

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Ennis has achieved the highest cleanliness level in the most recent Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) nationwide litter survey, with eight out of 10 sites surveyed in the town being awarded the top litter grade.

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Newmarket-on-Fergus Tidy Towns welcome increase in volunteerism during COVID-19

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Newmarket-on-Fergus have recorded “a surge in volunteerism” with a greater focus placed on pride of place.

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Growth of weeds in Ennis need to be tackled – Colleran Molloy

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One of the busiest approach roads to the county town is littered with weeds, a former Mayor of Clare has said.

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Ennis Tidy Towns receive most funds from €54k allocation for Clare groups

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44 Tidy Towns groups in Co Clare have been allocated a combined €54,000 which they will be able to use despite the cancellation of this year’s competition.

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GREEN CLARE: Tackling gum litter in Ennis

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An Ennis group is among one of only four in the country to tackle gum litter recycling.

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GREEN CLARE: Wild about Ennis

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Wild About Ennis is a community driven urban biodiversity project that looks to both protect and celebrate the ecological diversity…

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Ennis among Ireland’s cleanest towns

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Ennis is one of the top ten cleanest towns in Ireland.

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Basket case – Gardening section won’t hang baskets in Clarecastle

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*Photograph: Graham Horn “A shortage of space” is preventing Ennis’ gardening section from hanging baskets along the main thoroughfare of…

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Another award for Robert’s blooming garden

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For the seventh year in a row, the garden belonging to Robert Moorhead has received an award from Ennis Tidy…

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Poor Ennis air quality leaving asthmatics breathless

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Asthmatics are “struggling to breathe” at times due to the poor air quality in Clare’s county town.

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