Great turnout for our Tinahely Tidy Towns Composting workshop today at the Recycling Centre. Volunteers were out first thing to help Craig Benton from Composting Ireland set up our new composting demonstration area. We painted the metal container to smarten things up and made a pallet box into a compost bay. Thank you to all the volunteers who came out to help set up, and the people who came to the workshop. Please visit the demonstration area, the signage gives guidance on composting at home.
The winning table at the Toastmasters Pub quiz at the Marquee at O’Connor’s, Friday 19th. Well done all!
Sue Wardell, proprietor of the Tinahely Craft Market, with some of the products on display at the market, which is open every Saturday from 10am to 4pm. It is situated opposite Murphy’s butcher. There is a wide variety of crafts including upcycled and recycled textiles, stained glass, macrame, jewellery, candles and soap, embroidery and various art works.
A tearful Lucy Mulhall hailed her Ireland Sevens team after clinching automatic qualification for the 2024 Paris Olympics after beating Fiji 10-5 in a nervy Toulouse encounter.
“It’s been a journey and I’m just so grateful to have a team like that around us, players and family. It’s been an amazing year and our goal is to grow Sevens in Ireland,” said the Tinahely native, who was watched by her father, Pat, and her fiancée.
“It means so much, we did it for our family and they have joined this rugby family and I’m happy we have done it together.”
Happy Earth Day ! . This weekend 300 native Irish trees have been planted in Tinahely. Trees store carbon, give us oxygen, give habitats to wildlife and stabilise the soil. A huge thank you to Easy Treesie and Coillte for providing Tinahely Tidy Towns with these wonderful trees.
Fantastic new Barn Owl nesting boxes made by The Tinahely Men’s Shed were delivered and installed this week at Tinahely National School. Odhran from Wicklow Barn Owl Project helped by surveying the school’s ground to find the best siting places. Many thanks to Paul and Eddie from the Men’s Shed for delivering and installing, and thanks to Siofra and Tinahely NS Student Council for getting involved. Fingers crossed we get some new, feathered residents in Tinahely soon!
The Opening of The Courthouse Art Studio Exhibition on Sunday 16th April.
Everyone is invited to come along and support these local artists. Runs until April 29th.
This exhibition is a first for the Courthouse Art Group. Displaying work together in a professional art setting is an acknowledgement of how far they have come as artists. Although some members have been making art for many years, others had never seriously attempted drawing or painting until coming to the group. They all share a strong desire to express their creativity on paper or canvas.
Fridays at the Courthouse function like a studio with everybody working on their own projects. Some choose to perfect their drawing skills while others tackle oil or watercolour.
Key to this group’s success is the support they give each other. Discussing the work and offering suggestions is a valuable part of the group experience.
Each work chosen for the exhibition represents a major step in their progress as artists.
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 .
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