Barry O’Loughlin recently appointed Biodiversity Officer with Clare County Council,visited Clarecastle to review Clarecastle Tidy Towns Biodiversity plan and walk through many of the Green areas and open spaces mentioned in the Plan including The Peoples Park , and “Hares Corner” Community orchard Project, Clarecastle Quay , Clarecastle Playground , Community Garden , Clarecastle Scouts Grounds , River Fergus Walk , and Clarecastle GAA complex where Niall Tuohy Club Chairperson gave a guided tour of the impressive GAA grounds and new Astro Turf pitch and recreational facilities. Barry also paid a visit to Fr Pat Malone PP and with Clarecastle Tidy Towns expressed thanks for the Clarecastle Pastoral Council biodiversity pro pollinator Project in Clarehill Graveyard.
With Barry’s assistance Clarecastle Tidy Towns and Heritage and wildlife Group are hoping to have further reviews and enhancements of the biodiversity plan with particular emphasis on implementing the recommendations from the Clarecastle Tree survey report 2022 and getting more people involved in the promotion of Biodiversity in their own areas and community , If interested please contact via email address [email protected]
Clarecastle Tidy Towns next meeting will be on Monday 25th Sept – 7 Pm Clarecastle Old School . we would love to hear from new volunteers as we commence preparations for 2024 and looking forward to The national SuperValu TidyTowns competition results which will be announced shortly