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Inland Fisheries Ireland sends its congratulations to Emyvale Tidy Towns!

September 26th, 2017 | by

Inland Fisheries Ireland sends its congratulations to Emyvale Tidy Towns!

Inland Fisheries Ireland sends a big congrats to Emyvale Tidy Towns, Co. Monaghan, on winning the brand new Waters and Communities Award category in the nationwide Tidy Towns 2017, presented in The Helix, Dublin, yesterday.

Inland Fisheries Ireland co-sponsors the new award in collaboration with the Local Authority Waters and Communities Office and Waterways Ireland.

Emyvale won the overall prize in this category for their wonderful project, led by Enda Fields, on Emy Lough.

The Waters and Communities Award award aims to recognise communities who are taking positive steps towards raising awareness and appreciation of their local streams, rivers, lakes, canals, wells and coast. Community groups can play a vital role in the protection and improvement of our natural water environment. Together, we can protect our waters for future generations to enjoy.

Photo: Emyvale Tidy Towns proudly displaying their Waters & Communities Award, along with Carol Lambe from Monaghan County Council, who drew their attention to the category in the entry form last spring.

In addition to the overall winners, Inland Fisheries Ireland sends its congratulations to the Four Regional Award Winners, who each won €1,000 each: Dodder Action Group (Midlands & East), Emyvale TidyTowns themselves (North West & West), The Friends of St. John’s River (South East) and Glounthaune TidyTowns (South & Midwest).

In addition, the Four Regional Runner Up Award Winners (€500 each) were: Baltrasna Boreen Biodiversity Group (Midlands & East), Culdaff River Community Angling Club (North West & West), Cheekpoint & Faithlegg Development Group (South East), and Castletownroche TidyTowns Committee (South & Midwest).

Emyvale won an additional prize of €1,000 for being the overall winner of the four regions.


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