Bettystown Tidy Towns – January 2022

Happy New Year from all the volunteers in Bettystown Tidy Towns!

Donation to St Vincent de Paul – Food and Craft Christmas Market

Thank you to everyone who came out on a cold and windy day to join us at the Food and Craft Christmas Market in Bettystown on the 4th of December.

We would like to especially thank Scoil Oilibhéir Naofa Principal Maria White and the Board of Management for allowing us use of the school hall. A donation of €1000, raised by the Craft Fair, has been made to the local branch of St Vincent de Paul.

Make 2022 the year of shopping local

Do you need a reason to shop local? Shopping locally is good for the environment. Shoppers who walk to their local retailers reduce their use of cars and buses. Buying from small businesses that source local products can reduce the environmental impact of transportation of goods. Shopping local helps support the local economy, creates jobs and boosts local communities.

Please support our local shops and cafes in 2022.

Special thanks

Our volunteers would like to say a special thank you to Relish Cafe, Bettystown for their open invitation to us every Saturday for teas, coffees and treats. It is very much appreciated.

Thank you also to Meath County Council and our local councillors for all the support they have given us throughout 2021.

Join us

If you want to turn over a new leaf in the New Year or pick up a litterpicker come and volunteer with us! Interested in helping with clean ups, gardening or any other aspects of our works? Speak to one of our volunteers or message us on Facebook.

For more information on our activities follow us on Facebook and Instagram at: @bettystown_tidytowns.

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