Councillor Jim Tenanty, Cathaoirleach of Ardee Municipal District and Chief Executive Joan Martin are joined by pupils from Scoil Realt Na Mara Dundalk
The Community Office, Louth County Council is announcing for a third year in a row its annual environmental competition “Louth In Bloom 2022”. It was launched on Monday 30th May by Councillor Jim Tenanty, Cathaoirleach of Ardee Municipal District and Chief Executive Joan Martin.
The format of the competition is changed this year. Judges will be out and about visiting the nominees, this year. Allowing us to actively engage with communities and recognise the marvellous work that people undertake to beautify their community and our county.
The categories include: Best Gardens, Best Housing Estates and Biodiversity projects, Hospitality and Business premises. Prizes will be awarded for each of the three district areas of Ardee, Drogheda and Dundalk, with an overall county winner in each category.
Entries can be submitted through an online portal www.louthcoco.ie/louthinbloom,
The nomination entry form will also be available to download on www.louthcoco.ie/louthinbloom and can be submitted by post or by dropping same, into any of the Louth County Council customer services desks at any of our offices in Ardee, Drogheda and Dundalk.
The nomination entry form is also available in this week’s local newspapers and Closing date for receipt of entries is Friday 08/07/2021.
Full details are available at www.louthcoco.ie/louthinbloom or from staff in the Community Support Section, email email@example.com
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