|Posted by Ronan Casey on May 12, 2014 at 1:15 PM||comments (1)|
The Neale won there first round match of the County Litter League with a score of 92/100. The Neale will be against Aughagower in the next round who also got of to a winning start. Judging takes place from now until 31st May. In the first round match rubbish was spotted between Ballinrobe road speed limit and the bottle bank at Mellottes. From the Galway road to the speed limit on the Galway road there was 3 pieces of rubbish found. The Kilmaine road was litter free. For anyone who wants to help out, there is litter patrols every Monday evening at 7pm and Saturday mornings from 11am.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on April 15, 2014 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
Cleaning and tidying up of the Neale village is well under way. Litter picking, grass cutting and weed spraying are amongst the daily chores required to be completed to have the village looking well. All residents are asked to help out by doing what ever they can over the not few weeks.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on April 7, 2014 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
A meeting of The Neale Heritage and Development Committee will take place on Thursday 10th April at 8:30pm in The Neale Hall. All welcome along.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on March 29, 2014 at 12:55 PM||comments (0)|
So Spring 2014 is here at last. Daffodils are in full bloom. Lambs are nearly all born and trees and plants are coming alive. The Neale is already entered into Mayo County Council Litter League competition and the national Spring Clean. The grass has received its first cut in the village at this stage and the Committee is busy organising it's next meeting. Stay in touch here over the next few Months to see what's happening around The Neale.
|Posted by Ronan Casey on November 2, 2013 at 10:45 AM||comments (0)|
The Neale Heritage and Development Committee organised a clothes collection fundraiser. A collection point was set up at The Neale Church Carpark on Saturday 2nd November 2013 from 12pm to 3pm. A full van load was collected in 90 minutes equating to over a tonne of clothes. A big thanks must go to the volunteers who visited every house preceeding the event giving out free collection bags to help with the households collection and a special thanks must go to everyone who came out on a wet and blustery Saturday afternoon to give us their clothes.