Celbridge Tidy Towns
               
                                              
 
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        Welcome to the Celbridge Tidy Towns Website             
    Contact Ph:  086-2200678           Email: tt-ctt@CelbridgeTidyTowns.com
                                           
              
                                                        


                      Number of volunteers - 63  @ Feb 2014 - more very welcome

 Celbridge Tidy Towns thanks Kildare County Council for grants received in respect
 to projects carried out during the 2013 season.
 €3,000 towards the funding of grass cutting on approach roads
 €900 Heritage Grant towards Wildlife Report


                 Celbridge - Walking Trail - 30 points of interest



  Celbridge wins first ever prize in the national Tidy Towns Competition -  
          bronze medal winners 2013 - read adjudicator's report


                         Winners announced at The Helix DCU - September 2013


                   Presentation of bronze medal at Moynalty Co. Meath - November 2013


 
View Wildlife Report 2013


                    
 
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Donations to help fund your Tidy Towns work can be lodged to:-
Allied Irish Bank, Main Street Celbridge,
A/C No: 05235092 – Sort Code:93-35-03


We need around 15,000 Euro per annum to stay afloat.
Our main expenses are:-
Grass cutting - 10,000 Euro
Flowers - 1,000 Euro
Plastic bags - 1,000 Euro
Flower tubs and baskets - 3,000 Euro


       Report littering offences to 1800-243143 or by e.mail to environ@kildarecoco.ie
                                           LITTER ACT - Summary

Our Mission Statement
To generate awareness, co-operation and enthusiasm amongst the people of Celbridge in a concerted effort to enhance the natural and built environment of the town.
Our Objectives                                                                  
- Increase pride and morale in the community
- Public awareness of litter and waste management
Wildlife conservation and enhancement

- Protection of fresh water resources
- A healthier environment
- Improve waste management
- Reduced waste