Local Minister Frances Fitzgerald has paid tribute to the efforts and hard work of the Clondalkin Tidy Towns committee. The group celebrated their first year at a Chirstmas social in the Round Towers GAA Club last weekend. Local Minister Frances Fitzgerald was joined by Robert Dowds T.D. and Councillors Tony Delaney and Breda Bonner at the event to mark the achievements of the group.
Frances paid tribute to the hard work of individual members and the leadership of the organisation.
“Everyone who rolls up their sleeves and helps out in their community the way the volunteers of this group do deserve huge praise. Under the leadership of Ronan Connolly and Tommy Keogh this group has delivered visible improvements in our area. Your hard work has made our community more vibrant and our area a better place,” said Minister Fitzgerald.
Over a hundred members of the Clondalkin community attended the Tidy Towns Christmas Party in the Round Towers GAA Club.
“There was a fantastic atmosphere at the social at the weekend and that’s testament not just to the Christmas spirit of Clondalkin village but to the community spirit of the area,” continued Fitzgerald.
“Well done to all those involved in Clondalkin Tidy Towns. The group, supported by local Councillors including Tony Delaney and Breda Bonner, and Council staff have done a tremendous job in our area,” said Minister Frances Fitzgerald.