Tidy Towns Tips

Do you want to live in Ireland’s Tidiest Town? This is an impressive title, and the competition is fierce, but the top spot is currently held by Birdhill, a small village in Co. Tipperary. This is a small place with a big personality, home to just 345 residents, and proud of its status as the tidiest town in Ireland.Tidy town

Whether your town has competed before or you are new to the game, this is a challenge that your whole community can rise to. Read on for tips on how to improve your town’s chances of success, and boost your chances of winning this prestigious award in the future.

Ireland’s Tidiest Towns: Top Tips

If your town is hoping to scoop the top prize this year, you’ll need to pull out all the stops to get it looking its best. Here are some excellent tips, gathered from previous winners and expert judges:

  • Raise awareness. This is an accolade for the whole community, so get the whole community involved! It is well worth investing the time in reaching out to as many people as possible, and beginning with young people often works best. Connecting with schools and youth groups will enthuse the younger residents of your town and get families involved, too.
  • Make it a community affair. Creating a Tidy Town is not easy, and getting everyone involved in the process is the only way to succeed. From the planning roles to the hands-on tasks such as litter picking and planting in public areas, you will find that many hands make light work, and the sense of community in your town will also flourish.
  • Keep at it all year round. You can’t become Ireland’s Tidiest Town overnight, and working hard at this goal all year round is essential. Current title holder of Ireland’s Tidiest Town, Birdhill, has a core committee of residents who work year round to ensure that the standards do not slip.
  • Pay attention to the details. It’s the extra details that turn the heads of the judges, and this could make the difference between winning and losing. Innovative uses of old telephone boxes, walking trails around the town and community initiatives have all proved popular in previous years.

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