Glaslough in Co Monaghan has been named Ireland’s Tidiest Town today.
It also received Ireland’s Tidiest Village status in this year’s Tidy Town’s Awards.
Blackrock in Co Dublin was named Ireland’s Tidiest Small Town, while Westport in Co Mayo received the award of Ireland’s Tidiest Large Town.
Ennis in Co Clare was declared Ireland’s Tidiest Large Urban area.
Locally, Tipperary town saw an upswing in its status, going from 299 points last year to 305 this year.
Multiple award-winner Emly, increased its mark total from 334 to 341, securing a Category B Gold Medal, while Cahir’s mark went from 321 to 326. The town was also awarded a Category D Bronze Medal worth €400.
An increase was also noted for Cashel – going from 318 in 2018 to 325 this year.
Lattin has broken the 300 mark, going from 297 points to 309 while at the same time securing €1000 under the Waters & Community Award section. Bansha also broke the 300 point mark; increasing its total from 292 to 308.
Cullen went from 254 points last year to 261 this year. Kilross’s points total went from 246 to 257.
In Co Limerick, Galbally topped Category B and secured the Highly Commended County Award