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Pride of Place judging this week

Tuesday, 22nd July, 2014 2:59pm

Story by Ann Casey
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Pride of Place judging this week

Athboy looking lovely

Pride of Place judging this week

Athboy looking lovely

Kilberry, Athboy and Slane will come under the spotlight this week as judging begins in the All Ireland Pride of Place competition.
The 2014 IPB Pride of Place judging gets under way in Meath this Thursday. 
Pride of Place judges, Terry O’Niadh and Blaise Treacy are set to visit the three locations in Meath for the adjudication process in the All-Island competition.
The Meath entries are:Kilberry Amenity and Heritage Group, Athboy Tidy Towns and Marian/Ledwidge Residents Association, Slane.
Each judging visit will typically last two and a half hours and will consist of a presentation, a question and answer session and a walkabout of specific locations of civic pride.
The All-Island Pride of Place Competition recognises and celebrates the vital contributions that community partnerships make to society.
The focus is on people coming together to shape, change and enjoy all that is good about their local area. It differs from other similar projects in that they specifically recognise the involvement of the local community in all aspects of rural and urban regeneration including promoting social cohesion, involvement in planning and the promotion of heritage and environmental awareness.

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