Take your health in good hands
Sara McDonnell, Joanne McCarthy, Sue Rowley, Tom Darcy, Regine Stewart, Linda & Maya Gillick, Geraldine Toohey
Residents of all ages were out in force over the past few weeks as Clúid Housing worked in partnership with North Tipperary Community Services, North Tipperary Leader Partnership, the Community Substance Misuse Team and all the local community in Ballygraigue Court & Ormond Drive, Nenagh to host a series of spring events.
Joanne McCarthy of North Tipperary Leader Partnership said: “NTLP’s Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme aims to support local communities in coming together to promote wellbeing and participate in social and cultural activities together. We are happy to be involved in supporting this fun and inclusive Easter activity for families in the Tyone area and beyond”
Events included the An Taisce National Spring Clean in conjunction with Tidy Towns, flower box planting, Easter Egg Hunt at the Tyone Community Centre and the ‘Farmyard in the Schoolyard’ mobile pet farm which helps educate young people.
Housing Officer with Clúid Housing, Sue Rowley commented: “Events like these really do help to build a strong community. It really is wonderful to see people coming together, enjoying themselves and taking care of their community. We couldn’t do any of this without the friends and neighbours who so willingly give their time so we have to say a big thank you to all those who help make these events possible.”
Clúid Housing manage two schemes in Nenagh, Ormond Drive in Tyone and Ballygraigue Court.
Editor’s Notes: Clúid Housing is a not-for-profit organisation that provides over 6,400 social housing units around the country. As well as providing housing, the organisation works to enable people to create thriving communities. Clúid’s vision is a society where everyone has a great place to live.