2015 Tesco Swinford Clean Street League Award Winners Announced

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The 2015 Tesco Swinford clean street league award winners were announced at the Annual Awards Ceremony last night in the Gateway Hotel Swinford. The 2015 Clean Street league which is sponsored by Tesco Swinford, is now in its fourth year, with the inaugural competition in 2012. Once again Swinford Tidy Towns committee would like to thank Tesco Swinford for their continued support and sponsorship of the Clean Street League. The competition has grown more intense  in recent years, making the judging very difficult on our independent Adjudicators. The Tidy towns committee would like to thank the Adjudicators for what is a very time consuming job each month. There are 16 streets and some 25 or so estates to judge each month, which is no easy or quick task!

The Swinfrod Tidy Towns committee would like to thank everyone who took part in this years clean street league. As is very evident it has made a huge difference and the appearance of the town has improved hugely in the last few years. This is all down to everybody taking part, no matter how small, it all makes a difference! The committee would like to thank everybody who came out to the awards night in the gateway Hotel. We would like to thank Cllr Michael Smyth Swinford and Cllr Neil Cruise from Foxford for attending also. WE are looking forward to the 2016 clean street league already and which we will be beginning to plan for shortly.

Congratulations to this years 2015 Tesco Swinford Clean Street League Award winners and runners up.

Clean Street League

WinnerKilkelly Road

Runner UpBallina Road

2015 Swinford Clean street League Awards night winners

Kilkelly road 2015 clean street league winners. Photo – Carmel Ikeringill (tidy towns committee), Nora Kelly (tidy towns committee), Imelda Kelly (tidy towns committee), Douglas Kelly (Kilkelly Rd), Padraig Hennigan (Kilkelly Rd), Mary Cronolly (Tesco Swinford) Trease Hennigan (Kilkelly Rd).

2015 Swinford Clean street League Awards night winners

Imelda Kelly (tidy towns committee), Nora Kelly (Ballina Rd), Mary Cronnolly (Tesco Swinford), Carmel Ileringill (tidy towns committee).

Congratulations to this years 2015 Tesco Swinford Clean Estate League winners and runners up.

Clean Estate League

WinnerBrabazon Heights

Runner UpRailway Terrace

2015 Swinford Clean street League Awards night winners

Carmel Ikeringill (tidy towns), Nora Kelly (tidy towns), Imelda Kelly (tidy towns), Catherine Maloney (Brabazon Heights), Mary Cronnolly (Tesco Swinford), Tina Kavanagh (Brabazon Heights), Margaret Kelly (Brabazon Heights).

2015 Swinford Clean street League Awards night winners

Nora Kelly (tidy towns), Imelda Kelly (tidy towns), Declan Scanlon (Railway Terrace), Mary Cronnolly (Tesco Swinford), Carmel Ikeringill (Tidy Towns).

September Results & Final Street League Positions

Street Litter Control 10 Plants/Flowers 10 Presentation 10 July total Aug total Sep total Total Comments Position
Station Rd 8 8 8 15 22 24 61 Kept well. Great display 3
Circular Rd 6 6 6 18 18 18 54 Tidy 6
Ballina Rd 7 7 7 25 21 21 67 Tidy. Flowers at speed limit well kept 2
Main St 6 7 6 21 18 19 58 Weed control needs to be taken in hand. 5
Market St 5 5 5 15 15 15 45 More attention needed to flower displays. 8
Bridge St 5 5 5 15 15 15 45 Tidy but more plants/flowers needed 8
Dublin Rd 7 5 4 6 14 16 36 Tidy but more plants/flowers needed 12
Brookville Ave 5 5 5 11 18 15 44 Improvement needed 9
Davitt Place 8 7 7 16 16 22 54 Kept well. Great display 6
Riverside 7 5 5 19 17 17 53 More attention needed. 7
Kiltimagh Rd 6 4 4 14 14 14 42 Garda station should be addressed. 10
Chapel St 8 7 7 18 18 22 58 Maybe school take on a project? 5
Park Rd 7 6 7 20 20 20 60 Well kept, dog bins need emptying regularly. 4
Kilkelly Rd 9 9 9 24 24 27 75 Lovely display. Can see community involvement. 1
Pound Lane 4 0 4 8 8 8 24 Improvement needed 13
St Ita’s Tce 4 0 4 18 15 8 41 Improvement needed 11

 

September Results & Final Estate League Positions

Estates Litter Plants Presentation July total Aug total Sep total Total Comments Position
Bollingbrooke Drive-Left 8 8 8 26 24 24 74 Good attention to planting. Community spirit. 3
Bollingbrooke Drive-Right 5 5 6 15 16 16 47 Could Improve 9
Railway Tce 8 9 8 26 24 25 75 Well maintained. 2
Meadow Park 7 6 6 19 19 19 57 Well maintained. 5
River Garden 6 5 5 19 17 16 52 More attention needed. 8
Ráthunas 5 0 5 10 10 10 30 More attention needed. 11
Dún Na Rí 5 0 5 10 10 10 30 More attention needed. 11
Coill Abhann 5 0 5 10 10 10 30 More attention needed. 11
Druids Court/Glen Dara 5 0 5 10 10 10 30 More attention needed. 11
Rath Dubh (1-20) 7 6 6 17 19 19 55 Tidy. Could do with more planting. 6
Rath Dubh (21-end) 5 0 4 9 9 9 27 Attention needed in planting. 12
Sancta Maria 6 6 6 17 17 18 52 Tidy. Well maintained. 8
Woodlands 5 0 5 9 9 10 28 More attention needed. 9
The Orchard 7 7 7 21 21 21 63 Kept well 4
Brabazon Heights 10 10 10 27 28 30 85 Well planned. Great attention to displays. Great effort. 1
Larch Hill – 1 5 5 5 15 15 15 45 Attention needed. 10
Larch Hill – 2 6 6 6 18 18 18 54 Well kept 7
Oak Drive 6 5 5 15 16 16 47 well kept. 9
Ashgrove 6 5 5 15 16 16 47 well kept. 9
Breach Park 6 5 5 15 16 16 47 Well kept. 9
Fraun Hill 6 5 5 15 16 16 47 Well Kept. 9
Chruch View 6 5 5 15 16 16 47 Well Kept. 9
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