Minister Michael Ring announced a €1.4 million national grant scheme earlier this week to mark the 60th anniversary of the Tidy Towns Competition.

The scheme allows each Tidy Towns committee to apply for a grant of between €1000 and €3000 to support the work they do. 38 Mayo towns and villages are eligible to receive a total of €51,000.

 Under the scheme, villages are eligible to receive €1,000; small towns are eligible to receive €2,000, large towns are eligible to receive €3,000; and large urban centres are eligible to receive €4,000.

Minister Ring told Midwest News today that details on how to avail of the Fund will be announced shortly.

Eligible towns and villages in Mayo and amount they are eligible to receive:

 

Town

Grant

Achill

€1,000.00

An Geata Mor (Binghamstown)

€1,000.00

Attavally Luffertaun

€1,000.00

Aughagower

€1,000.00

Ballycroy

€1,000.00

Ballyheane

€1,000.00

Ballyvary

€1,000.00

Bonniconlon

€1,000.00

Clare Island

€1,000.00

Clogher

€1,000.00

Cong

€1,000.00

Kilkeeran

€1,000.00

Kilmaine

€1,000.00

Lecanvey

€1,000.00

Balla

€1,000.00

Ballindine

€1,000.00

Ballycastle

€1,000.00

Belcarra

€1,000.00

Carracastle

€1,000.00

Killala

€1,000.00

Knock

€1,000.00

Louisburgh

€1,000.00

Mulranny

€1,000.00

Murrisk

€1,000.00

Newport

€1,000.00

Shrule

€1,000.00

Tonragee

€1,000.00

Turlough

€1,000.00

Ballyhaunis

€2,000.00

Beal an Mhuirthead

€2,000.00

Crossmolina

€2,000.00

Kiltimagh

€2,000.00

Swinford

€2,000.00

Ballinrobe

€2,000.00

Claremorris

€2,000.00

Westport

€3,000.00

Ballina

€3,000.00

Castlebar

€3,000.00

 

 

Total

€51,000

 

 

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