Follow this link to find out more, and register your interest for, Forest School videos filmed at Barbavilla. Great to see initiatives like this in our area. Well done to all involved. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lYPeL5HDT7yDq7gpt5I7BiH8IHF05SOuVYxaaA0J2D8/viewform?edit_requested=true
The unique new concept, the Seed Bomb, is being brought to Collinstown at the Christmas Farmers Market this Sunday 13th Dec 2020 by Collinstown Mens Shed and Seed Bomb Ireland. see www.seedbomb.ie Irish Wildflower Seed Bombs contain Irish clay, sand
The Tidy Towns volunteers meet every Saturday morning at 10 for an hour or so. Each week we work together on an area of the village and do some pruning, planting, digging, weeding, cutting, litter picking or some other job.
Our Orchards have new signs. Thank you to Katie Jennings for her beautiful artwork on our signs. The Men’s Shed group organised the black signs and put them up at all the orchards around the village. The signs are a
We all know how lucky we are to have Lough Lene on our doorstep, even if we can’t get to it at the minute to admire it’s beauty. Great work has been happening down at The Cut so we thought
While we are all laying low these days we just want to say thank you to a few people for jobs done in the past few weeks and give a little update. Trees at School Thank you to Frank Brennan
Our Willow Workshops were a great success. Collinstown Tidy Towns invited Lynn Kirkham of The Green Mantle to Collinstown Hall to run Willow Workshops this weekend. The workshops were thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended, with each of the 22
Thank you to the volunteers who came out to the first clean up of the year today. We were lucky the weather stayed dry for a few hours. The team of seven adults and a great group of young volunteers
Our plan has come to fruition… The Project Over the past three weeks I have been meeting with different groups around the village and we have been planting mini orchards on behalf of Collinstown Action Group. We began with St.
Our tree planting project is off to a great start. We began in St. Mary’s School on Wednesday 29th and planted apple, pear and plumb trees – some in the front playground and some in the back playground beside the