Month: April 2010

Mallow Clean Up Day – Saturday April 24th 2010

The monthly Mallow Clean Up Day continues on Saturday April 24th 2010. Mallow Tidy Towns invites anyone who can spare an hour or two to come out and join us at 10am on Saturday morning at one of our 5 starting points: Roundabout Tavern for Cork Road/Killarney Road/Limerick Road Dogs Heads for Muddy Hill and Spa Road Garda Station for car park, and adjoining areas Bus Stop for the park and Park Road Aldi for old Cork Road to Carrokeal and adjoining areas photo credit: Dru Bloomfield – At Home in Scottsdale Our inaugural Saturday morning clean up in March was a great success and hopefully this Saturday we will have as many people out, with a great improvement being made by the people of Mallow. (IBAL) Irish Business Against Litter judging takes places very soon so we are hoping that the town will have improved to bring good publicity to the cross roads of Munster. These Saturday clean ups will be held on the last Saturday of every month, starting at 10am. A big word of thanks to all who so generously supported our flag day on Thursday April 15th, and thanks also to the many collectors who helped out on the day. Mallow Tidy...

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Mallow Open Coffee

Mallow Open Coffee is meeting on April 6th: “Hi Everyone , At last Spring has sprung ! We would love to see you all at the next meeting of Mallow Open Coffee . This Tuesday the 6th of April 2010 in Springforthall, Mallow . At this meet-up we hope to welcome along members from the newly formed Tralee Open Coffee whom would like to meet us all after hearing such great reports through linkedin and on our blog . Looking forward to seeing you all ! This is the blog again if any of you would like directions or more information . http://opencoffeemallow.wordpress.com/...

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Large Crowds for Mallow Food and Crafts Fair

Sunday, April 4th saw large crowds descending on Mallow’s main street for the food and crafts fair. The street was pedestrianized from the O’Brien Street junction to the Clock House, allowing a diverse group of traders from Mallow and further afield to show their wares. A huge variety of gastronomic delights were on offer, from local cheeses and pastries, to Indian spices, and my own favourite – the devastating rebel chili sauce. Some interesting crafts were on display, including a range of healing and decorative crystals from local business Crystal Earth. At the bottom of the street, a steady stream of top notch entertainers wowed children and parents...

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