Strokestown Tidy Towns committee has been operating since the early 1960’s when the nationwide Tidy Towns competition was introduced.
Members meet weekly from Spring to Autumn undertaking enhancement works around the town.
The committee relies on occasional amenity grants and local fundraising to finance their activities.
They currently have workers on the TUS Scheme.
Many volunteers came on board to decorate a number of the most derelict premises in town. Connolly’s Corner and the Corner House were in the very heart of our town and were prioritised and revamped. Painters, Artists, Tradesmen and others came together to give a real face lift to a number of premises – enhancing the town for everybody into the future.
We aim to keep the town a more aesthetic place for all who live, visit or just pass through.
Contact: Annette Feeley
Tel: (087) 964 0140
TIDY TOWNS APPRECIATION
A small estate tucked in behind the Garda Síochána Sligo/Leitrim barracks. It has been well maintained and the seating area is ideal for a chin wag and catch up. Well done to the residents who are working so hard to maintain and keep their estate looking beautiful.
The residents of Tower View have a beautiful estate and should be hugely proud of their continued work.
A stunning area with a beautiful entrance way framed with stunning shrubs, flowers and decorative stone. Inside the walls are well maintained lawns, driveways and main green area. It is a credit to those that live there and especially those that maintain, sow and are actively involved in keeping it beautiful.
Situated behind the The Percy French Hotel this is a peaceful and quiet area. A well maintained green area is the centre piece of the residential area. A neat sign adorns the entrance to the estate. Well done to everyone involved in the maintenance of the estate.
Shevlin Court can be found on the Elphin side of St Patrick's National School. It's a well maintained estate with small green areas and some fabulous flowers neatly kept. Find a resident and let them know we appreciate their efforts in keeping Strokestown looking beautiful.
Stone Crescent is the first estate you meet crossing the bridge on the N5. A small estate with a tidy green area situated on the original site of the Democrat Newspaper. If you see one of the residents let them know we appreciate their efforts. 👏👏
A beautiful estate with some amazing #biodiversity maintained by Monica and Kathleen. At the end of the estate is the entrance to the Workhouse Burial Ground. Thank you to the residents who work tirelessly to keep their estate looking beautiful ❤️
Today we highlight and thank the residents of Lisnaree. With a very healthy and active residents group, Lisnaree is a beautiful quiet estate with a fabulous large green area at its heart. Seating has been provided by the local Strokestown Town Team which shows collaboration working for both the estate and the community. Well done to all the residents and especially those that make the extra effort to keep it maintained and looking vibrant.
An area situated on the entrance to the town from Elphin. Fronted by a limestone wall, the residents have created a beautiful pollinator and flower bed. Huge mention of thanks and gratitude to Ann, Annette, Niall and everyone involved with the maintenance of Kildalogue Heights in Strokestown❤️.
On a ramble we were delighted to see families out chatting, kids playing, adults chilling and enjoying the late summer sunshine. Forge Hill has some fantastic people involved and the estate was looking immaculate. HUGE thanks to everyone for taking the time to make and keep Strokestown beautiful.
The Barony is a small enclosed estate with a small amount of green space requiring attention. A quiet retreat hidden in plain sight.
Lisroyne Oaks is situated around the Activities Hub of the Community Centre, Strokestown United and Strokestown GAA pitches. With two large green areas this estate is ideal for families and kids. Thank you to everyone who maintains and keeps this area looking so well.