Good feedback on how to improve in Tidy Towns

Published 19/12/2012 | 21:02

RIGHT: Garvey's SuperValu, Listowel branch manager, Paul O'Connor (left) pictured with members of the Listowel Tidy Towns committe during their awareness promotion day at the store on Saturday. Included are, front: Jimmy Moloney and Eleanor Enright.... Credit: Photo by John Reidy

PLENTY of suggestions as to how Listowel can improve even more on its Tidy Towns were received by members of the group when they held a 'meet andwith the public.

"We got great feedback and there are many areas of concern for people that we will now be discussing at our next meeting in January," Tidy Towns member Mary Hanlon said.

"It was a very informative event and it's one we hold every year to ensure that the Tidy Towns is working as closely as possible with the people of Listowel."

The public information event was held in Garvey's Supervalu - one of the main annual sponsors of Listowel's Tidy Towns efforts - and will help the group to target different areas as it prepares to do even better than its 2012 fifth gold medal in 2013.

"We would just like to thank all our sponsors, including Garvey's who were so generous with their time and space, and all the workers who make such a difference to the appearance of Listowel every year, including the Community Employment workers, Rural Social workers and Listowel Town Council.

"We wish everyone in town a very happy Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year," Mary added.

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