Charleville Tidy Towns were pleased to assist CCC in November 2017 to preserve and transfer a further 5 silver birch trees & 18 shrubs from roadside on Cork south to the triangular green space adjacent to Holy Cross Cemetery on Railway Road and 13 shrubs were added outside the NCT centre on Bakers Lane.
We now have an emerging new Wildlife Habitat of 36 trees and 24 shrubs, a total of 60 conserved from various locations including the Garden of Remembrance project.
Native Irish Bluebells and Nepeta catmint have been added around the bases of seven trees inside the wall to reduce need for weed control spraying and to facilitate ease of grass cutting. A composting area has been developed in a discrete corner of the site.
Opposite this conservation area the Wildflower garden, outside O’Sheas Hardware store, which matured very well last year, has been sown again in early spring planting to give an extended seasonal floral display of native species in 2018.
CTT have made detailed submissions to CCC requesting their consideration of the following proposals for
After detailed consultation with community user groups, CTT have made initial 2018 submissions to CCC in relation to medium term planning of possible future upgrading plans for the main Community Town Park ;
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