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The Neale Heritage & Development Association is delighted to announce that after a few years of light maintaining of The Neale Village, we are back with a bang.
Last night a new committee was voted in at the annual AGM. Chairman, Paraic O Malley, Secretary, Peter Geraghty and Treasurer, Ronan Casey. Joe Greaney was voted into a brand new position as Heritage Coordinator.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank outgoing Chairman Alan Maye, Secretary Eamon Walsh and Treasurer, Graham Casey who did sterling work the past few years keeping the village presented well and managing some of the small projects undertaken.
We will be keeping you posted from now and over the Summer on different development and heritage projects we will be undertaking.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on June 24, 2015 at 7:40 PM||comments (0)|
Well, mid Summer is upon us already and that means members of The Neale Heritage & Development Committee are busy planning and implementing projects. As always, we are midway through the County Litter League competition, sent our application in for Tidy Towns Competition and more than likely already have been judged, flowers have been planted and lots of other maintanance tasks completed. Over the next week, we will be updating the look and feel of our website so please ensurte to keep checking back with us. Remember we are also on facebook so if you are not friends with us, please request today and 'Like' our page so we know you were there.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on September 1, 2014 at 5:10 PM||comments (0)|
The Neale lost the July and August rounds of the litter league leaving the Village in 4th position behind Ballyglass, Aughagower and Bonniconlon. To guarantee reaching the semi finals, The Neale will have to beat Belcarra the September 1st half round from 3rd September to 12th September. The judges gave a score of 87 in the August round, deducting marks for broken glass on a footpath across from Gibbons pub, 4 pieces of rubbish at Fr John O Malley Park and 6 pieces of rubbish on the school road. They commended The Neale on looking so well on the day. In the July round, The Neale scored 91 marks with 2 marks lost at the bottle bank and 7 marks lost on the school road.