The best possible plants we can have for our bees are native Irish plants. This how-to-guide will show you how to collect seed from native plants and save them successfully for sowing yourself.
It is aimed at people who want to collect wildflower seed and use it to provide more food for bees in their garden, school, farm or local area. If you’re trying to create a wildflower meadow th...
Immerse yourself in the rich history of Tinahely with our captivating “Past & Present” audio walking tour. Discover the vibrant tales of our village as you embark on a journey through time. Simply scan the QR code located outside the building, and let our tour guides transport you to bygone eras. Explore the remnants of ancient landmarks and learn about the lives of the remarkable ind...
Why not come along and join one of the events during Biodiversity Week.
“Biodiversity underpins the functioning of the ecosystems on which we depend for food and fresh water, health and recreation, and protection from natural disasters. Its loss also affects us culturally and spiritually. This may be more difficult to quantify, but is nonetheless integral to our w...
#NoMowMay is an annual campaign asking everyone to put away the lawnmower during the month of May to help our native wildlife.
Native Irish wildflowers like Dandelions, Clover, and Birds-foot trefoil provide the best source of pollen and nectar for our hungry wild pollinators. By mowing less, we can give them a chance to appear naturally – no seeds needed!
This year, the Natio...
Saturday 22nd April.
Can you spare an hour or 2 this Saturday, 22nd April?.
Another chance to help out with the BIG Clean Up in the village.
Tidy Towns need people to support and help them from 9.30am to 12.30pm please as part of 'April Clean up Month'.
Meeting on the square .
#NationalSpringClean , #puremile#lovetinahely, #tidytowns
Tinahely Show 2023
The ladies from the Tinahely ICA guild went on their annual outing on 12th July.
Tinahely ICA Guild
We started at the High Cross of Moone and coffee and delicious cakes at the community based Piers cafe in the village. A tour of the Quaker museum in Ballitore was next. Pauline Fagan was a great guide at this most interesting museum and library.
Tinahely Tidy Towns
Clean up day (part 1) Saturday 8th April. 38 bags of litter picked by our fantastic volunteers of all ages! Thanks also to the lads for cleaning the road signs and to Angela and the team at D’Lish for a wonderful feast at the end of our efforts.
For those who couldn’t make it yesterday the next Tinahely Tidy Up day is on Saturday 22nd April. All welcome
Tinahely Tidy Towns are looking for a Donation please?…
of a very old/rusty/ vintage tractor or farm machinery (doesn’t have to be operational, see photos atached).We want to upcycle and transform it, by decorating it with colourful plants and flowers, making it an Attractive Showcase Piece, while celebrating our Agricultural Heritage.
It will be on public display on approach to Tin...
Dumping at the Recycling Centre gate at 3.15 pm, Monday, March 20th. All on video. The litter warden has been informed. Whoever did this now has an opportunity to remove their belongings before they are collected and fines issued.
Welcome to the GAA Green Club Toolkit.
The GAA Green Club Toolkit is designed to support Gaelic Games clubs in implementing simple and effective sustainability actions. The Toolkit is divided into five themes - Energy, Water, Waste, Biodiversity and Travel & Transport - and each toolkit section contains practical advice and guidance tailored for GAA clubs as well as inspiring case ...