Pride of Place Organised Activites

Pride of Place Special Events and Activities   It’s less than two weeks until the Irish Pride of Place Official Awards Ceremony 2014.This year the competition will be taking place in the beautiful Treacy’s West County Hotel in Ennis, Co. Clare. But that’s not all that’s on this weekend – the team have organised some […]

Fun Facts about Clare

Fun Facts about Clare The Irish Pride of Place Awards 2014 are sneaking up on us. This year the ceremony takes place in Ennis, Co. Clare. You’ve been preparing for the ceremony but are you prepared for Clare? One of Ireland’s most beautiful and interesting counties, we’ve put together some fun facts for you to […]

All it Takes is a Couple of Green Thumbs

A small park can make a big difference! See how a small community changed their area around with some lush new greenery.

It’s All Uphill from Here…

On 8 August Judges paid a visit to Wicklow Uplands Council.

Building The Local Community

Something good is stirring in the Northern Ghaeltacht! The Ionad Naomh Padraig cause is banding together the entire community and the Judges had a first hand experience of it.

No Creak In Their Springs!

Judges got out of their beds to view…more beds! Eco Mattress Recycling welcome them and show how they’ve added to the local and broader community.

Raising Disability Awareness with Ease in Cashel

Accessability and Involvement. That’s what the Gold Star Initiative is all about. The judges enjoy seeing how Tipperary’s disabled community are well cared for.

Planting the Seeds For Future Generations

Hard work pays off! Judges pay a visit to Santry Community Gardens to get a look at how they’ve transformed a once barren plot.

Wicker Huts, Sunny Weather, and Music In The Air

Kilberry Amenity Heritage Group in Meath played host to the judges on a sunny day in July. The Judges arrived to a warm welcome from the community, and with the sun high in the sky, they enjoyed a tour of Kilberry village. The tour consisted of local amenities such as: Village garden where local resident Ciara was […]

Giving While Living

Did you know that “Sliabh Sneacht” translates to “Snow Mountain” In Irish? Opened on 12 September 2014, it’s a testament to community strength and involvement.

Supporting Local Enterprise

Small businesses fear no more the Ballybane Enterprise Centre Galway is here! A charity organisation that serves local enterprises.

Galway’s Strongest Team

Think your arms hurt from bringing in the shopping? See the hard work Woodquay Rowing Club Galway puts into their training for our judges!