No holidays for Tidy Towns volunteers

Members of Fermoy Tidy Towns committee, with support from local business people, raising the European flag in Fermoy on bank holiday Monday to mark the further easing of Covid-19 restrictions on restaurants and pubs. (Picture: Ken Barry)

Members of Fermoy Tidy Towns committee were on duty over the bank holiday weekend. On bank holiday Monday, they teamed up with local businesses to mark the official re-opening of outdoor dining. 

In advance of that, they were busy power washing at various locations. Again, project manager, Paul Kavanagh was to the fore. 


To mark the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions and to highlight their ongoing work, Tidy Towns personnel teamed up with local business people for a flag raising ceremony in Pearse Square.

“This is another important step forward for the town, we were delighted to be able to assist the Ramen restaurant. We have built up a strong relationship with the business sector in Fermoy and will do our best to faciliate them,” Paul informed The Avondhu


Visible and very active, Fermoy Tidy Towns are determined to continue enhancing their environs. 

“We’ve an excellent team of volunteers in Fermoy, some have been with us since we started, others have come on board recently – all are made really welcome. There’s a real sense of purpose about these individuals – all of whom have a great sense of pride in what is a beautiful town,” Paul added.