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Thank you for Caring for our Environment

Kilteevan Tidy Towns would like to thank all the volunteers who carried out an extensive and safe litter pick this morning. Our youngest volunteer was just 5 years old.

Our sincere thanks for suppport to Anthony Mc Dermott and Annette Donlon Roscommon County Council and to Roscommon People and Roscommon Herald.

At this time we would also like to admire, acknowledge and thank volunteers who litter pick in our community all the time.

We are appealing to everyone in the community to endeavour to Keep Kilteevan Klean all the time.

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Pride of Place 2020

Kilteevan Tidy Towns is delighted to announce that following our application to Roscommon Co Council, Kilteevan has been nominated for the ALL ISLAND PRIDE OF PLACE 2020 COMPETITION.

We will represent Co Roscommon under the category “Creative Place”.

The judges will not be visiting the community , instead we must make a presentation and we will be interviewed on line.

We will do our very best to represent Kilteevan and Co Roscommon.

Results will be announced at an event in Killarney in November.

 

Posted July 1 2020

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St Joseph's Successful Fund Raiser for Charities

Well Done to St Joseph's GAA Club for raising €5,039 for Pieta House and Mayo Roscommon Hospice.
We are so proud of you all.
 “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” 
Mahatma Gandhi
 Posted 16 June 2020
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View Phase 2 of Ireland's Roadmap for Recovery

While we are moving to Phase 2 of recovery Covid 19 is still having a major impact on our country. It is important to have accurate information on what we can and cannot do. You will find this by clicking on the link below which has information  published by the Department of An Taoiseach and The Department of Health. This information was updated on June 8th. 

Let's all continue to care for each other.

https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/7ae99f-easing-the-covid-19-restrictions-on-june-8-phase-2/

Posted 8 June 2020

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Roscommon CBS Student of The Year 2020

Heartiest Congratulation to Tidy Towns member Kevin Fannon who was named “Student of the Year “ CBS Roscommon Class of 2020. Kevin is pictured in this week’s Roscommon Herald.

Kevin is a willing, helpful and environmentally conscious member of Kilteevan Tidy Towns.

We could use a thousand adjectives to describe Kevin but we think "Gentleman" sums it all up.

Posted 2 June 2020

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World Bee Day

 

HAPPY BEE DAY
Wednesday 20th May 2020 is World Bee Day.
 Bees are crucial for agriculture, food and the economy.
Kilteevan Tidy Towns  is working to raise awareness about the importance of bees. We support  and endorse the All Ireland Pollinator Plan.
 
 
You can find actions for pollinators   on the link below
 Watch this short video  So What's the Buzz about Bees 
 
 

 

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The Cloonlarge Loop

The latest piece of art on The Loop. As always discreet and secretive. 
- so secretive  this time, we will give you a clue - Keep your Eyes Wide Open near The Cloonlarge  Hotel-One of the few hotels officially open at this time.
As always -Artist Unknown but a heartful thank you. Perfect! We shall name them!
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Road Map for Reopening Business and Society

 

Just to keep everyone in our community updated on vitally important  iinformation. 

Please see below 

Published: 1 May 2020

The Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business sets out how the COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted.

The roadmap does not begin until 18 May.

Right now - the advice is still to stay at home as much as you can.You can see full list of measures in place right now by clicking  on the link below.

 

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Contact Us

KILTEEVAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LIMITED
KILTEEVAN, ROSCOMMON, CO. ROSCOMMON
info@kilteevancommunity.ie

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This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas.sponsors