ONCE again, Limerick areas are going for gold in the tidy towns competition and the residents of Caherdavin look forward to their involvement in this year’s competition.
The annual National Tidy towns competition is underway and committee of Caherdavin Community Centre & Residents have been very active over the past few weeks engaging in numerous community clean ups in the area and the planting of a wide variety of remarkably colourful displays throughout the local district.
Spokesperson and committee PRO John Giltenan says that “support from the community has been tremendous and we extend our gratitude and appreciation to the hard workers who loyally turn out to make a difference to our community.
“Caherdavin has a proud record in the Limerick Going For Gold competition since its inception with the area being awarded the accolade of third place in the 2011 and 2012 competition and in 2013 Caherdavin gained a very credible 2nd place overall.
“We sincerely hope that all the hard work and magnificent community effort that has been undertaken in preparation for the 2014 competition will be well rewarded as Caherdavin strive for Golden Glory”.
The Caherdavin Residents Association will once again be hosting a local ‘Tidy Gardens’ competition and all residents are invited to participate.
Entry forms are available locally or by calling into Caherdavin Community Centre and deadline for this event is August 8.