What’s on

Weekly Cleanups (1-hour blitzes) 

Every Saturday 10.30am – 11.30am – meet in the Church of Ireland grounds to join the team. All necessary equipment is provided (gloves, pickers, brushes, dustpans, bags, etc.) – so just bring yourself!

Up to 4 people who don’t live together can meet outdoors while keeping at least 2 metres apart.

Monday 16th March – 7.30pm – postponed until further notice 

Week 3 of fun 4-week programme on Monday nights, the Stop Food Waste Challenge led by Craig Benton

Saturday 21st March 2020 – postponed until further notice 

Pringles tubes (cans) are currently not recyclable within our recycling facilities in Ireland. However Monkstown Village Tidy District (MVTD) has sourced a UK recycling partner of Pringles who will accept the Pringles tube, plastic lid and foil seal for recycling. We have arranged for the periodic delivery of Pringles tube, lid and foil to have them recycled.

Do want your Pringles tubes, of any size, recycled? Please hang on to them and bring your, empty and clean, Pringles tubes to the MVTD meeting point in the Church of Ireland car-park between 10:30am and 11:30am on Saturday 21st March 2020 – postponed until further notice 

Please note that we can only accept the Pringles brand tubes and these must be empty and clean.

If you have any queries in relation to this recycling programme please contact Brendan Walsh at monkstowntidydistrict@gmail.com.

Sunday 29th March – 3pm – postponed until further notice 

Walk & Talk with Carole Cullen – The Shops of Monkstown Village

Other events coming up: – postponed until further notice 

  • RecycleIT – Castle Park, Carrickbrennan Lawn, Village
  • Climate Change Talk with Gavin Harte
  • Monkstown Village Tidy District AGM
  • National Spring Clean 2020 – June 27th (to be confirmed)

Please email us at monkstowntidydistrict@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Storm Ciara – February 2020

Trees in Winter with Katy Duff

Biodiversity Survey with Roger Goodwillie