Milltown Tidy Towns

Milltown Tidy Towns is a voluntary group that has been working closely with groups from all walks of life for the past 56 years.  Our aim is to continue making Milltown a better place to live in by encouraging everyone to get involved in protecting and enhancing our village. After all it’s our community so let’s me make the most of it!

It’s easy to get involved, you can simply;

  • Ask a volunteer you see out working
  • Ask in any of the shops, bars, restaurants or the church
  • Find us on Facebook
  • Check us out on www.milltowngalway.com
  • E-mail us at milltowncommunity@eircom.net
  • Watch out for updates in the local press and the parish newsletter.

We would be delighted to hear from you.

Keep up the good work!

Milltown Tidy Towns:  The village is looking really well, lots of painting going on and beautiful flowers/flowerpots/window boxes etc all on display.  There is always ongoing work to be done, so please continue to keep everywhere litter-free. …
Fishing on the River Clare, Milltown
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Tidy towns 2018

Tidy Towns Major Clean-Up: Milltown Tidy Towns were just two marks from “Gold Medal Status” last year.  A little more tidiness and colour would have secured Gold – can you contribute this year?  Paint a wall or chimney, powerwash a roadside…
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What you can do for Milltown

Milltown Tidy Towns judging in 2018 commences on June 1st next.  Your village is just 5 marks behind Keadue, Co. Roscommon and 8 marks behind Westport – both former All-Ireland winners.  Can you help by painting a shop-front, private house,…
Spring cleaning in Milltown
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Are you ready for Spring Cleaning?

Milltown Tidy Towns are organising a 2018 Parish Spring-Clean in the MILLTOWN/BALLYGLASS AREAS.  One or two volunteers are needed for each townland or village.  Free gloves & black bags are available in the Community Centre.  Contact…
Tidy Towns Clean UP
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Tidy Towns Clean-Up

Milltown Tidy Towns were just two marks from “Gold Medal Status” last year.  A little more tidiness and colour would have secured Gold – can you contribute this year?  Paint a wall or chimney, powerwash a roadside footpath, plant a garden…
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Bottle banks

If the Bottle Banks are filled – please take your bottles and jars home again until the next day you are in town.  It is a serious criminal offence to leave bottles in front of the Bottle Banks or deposit the unwashed food jars in the containers…

Milltown Tidy Towns 53 years of achievements