Tidy Towns in Ballynacally Pre -- 2013

We would welcome any images you have of Tidy Towns work carried out back through the years to include in our gallery's, Please send any available images to Mike McMahon here.

Credit to all past committees

Success in Tidy Towns cannot be attributed to any one committee, as it is a build up of works and projects over a large number of Years.
Individual Groups of people form together and they come and go with time but their legacy is the mark they leave on the village.
Whether that is a new set of permanent stone flower beds, a project such as a seating area, a re-landscaping of an area or the village was in full floral bloom,we hope to archive these works through photo's taken at the time. This work does not just happen, it is thanks to the combined efforts of many people on a yearly basis.
The slideshow below depicts many volunteers working on projects in the earlier years of this website.

pat breen, oliver gary with tidy towns committee


Tidy Towns Endeavour Award Received by committee members Bernie McNellis and Martin Kelly with Pat Breen TD, Councillors Christy Curtin & Oliver Garry



awards night


Tidy Towns Endeavour Award Received in 2007 by committee members James Maher, Frances O'Shea, Mary Meaney, Mike McMahon & Martin Kelly



frank gavin


Another Tidy Towns Endeavour Award Received in 2004 by committee members Frank Gavin, Mike McMahon (with Son Shane) Mary Meaney, Kitty Keane & Frances O'Shea. Also present are Martin Knox sponsor, Frances McGeehan supervisor and Joe Sheehan FAS community services


clare in bloom


Mayor of Clare 2009 Tony Mulcahy presents a cheque and congratulates Martin Kelly of Ballynacally Development on their success in winning the overall Clare in Bloom competition





Have a look at this gallery of mainly past members


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More pics from earlier years