Due to their continued success, Swords Tidy Towns are currently seeking volunteers with skills in fundraising, horticultural, gardening, bricklaying, labourers, painters, lobbyists, PR, communication, networking, business liaison, community development, social media and artists. They can be contacted at email@example.com or Ken at 0866008313.
The Support Scheme for Renewable Heat is a government funded initiative designed to increase the energy generated from renewable sources in the heat sector. The scheme is open to commercial, industrial, agricultural, district heating, public sector and other non-domestic heat users. Learn more about Support Scheme Renewable Heat
Our Invitation to use this Toolkit The Wheel, in association with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has created an online toolkit for communities across Ireland. This toolkit aims to support local communities across Ireland to awaken an awareness, deepen understanding and activate participation in sustainable development with a view to living better by using less.[…]
Fingal Horticultural Society (Swords) Upcoming Events (Non-members welcome) Supported by: Plotting the Plot Kim’s allotment Challenge! Tuesday 12th March @ 8.30pm St. Colmcille’s GFC, Glen Ellen Road, Swords Join us for a talk on Kim’s new allotment, as we look at the many challenges that will face her. She will share her plans and listen to any suggestions we[…]
A Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year to all our Donators, Sponsors and Follwers. It is your support that keeps us upbeat all year round. Thank you on behalf of all our hard working volunteers.
Fingal Horticultural Society Tuesday 11th December 8.15pm by Christopher White, Three Gates, Naul Christopher will demonstrate simple & elegant ideas to decorate your home for the festive season. From Table Centrepieces to Holly Wreaths & traditional Christmas favourites. Cost: €7 (non-members €10) includes tea/coffee Arrangements will be raffled at the end of the evening, tickets 5[…]
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle In a world where our resources are finite, it’s important we recycle whenever we can. Recycling involves the process of gathering and processing materials (such as bottles and cans) that would be otherwise discarded and converting them into something new and useful. Recycling is vital for cleaning up the environment and[…]
Swords Tidy Towns won Best Upcycling Award for our festive tyre sculptures. Our Silver Medal status was successfully retained. We also won a National Pollunator Award for the pollunator patches we planted around Swords we also increased our points by 12 on last year which put us three points behind Dundalk who got a gold[…]