See  Kenmare Tidy Towns for application forms for Neidín Le Cheile competition.
Documents which we consult when planning our activities: 

3 year plan.pdf
Kenmare Tidy Towns Long Term Plan Full Document.pdf
Kenmare Tidy Towns Long Term Plan Summary.pdf
Kenmare Biodiversity Action Plan.pdf
Kenmare socio-economic plan draft.pdf

Kenmare's Heritage

Architectural Conservation Toolkit for Main Street by Frank Hughes and Anne Barrett.

A Guide for the Kingdoms Towns and Villages.pdf

Reenagross Ecology

Reenagross Virtual TourReenagross Baseline Ecological Survey and Biodiversity Conservation Plan.
Reenagross Leaflet.pdf
Reenagross Biodiversity Report.pdf

Useful information on Biodiversity and How to Guides

Container planting.pdf
Wildlife in garden.pdf
Gardens actions to help pollinators..pdf
Saving Swifts Guide_pdf.pdf

The UN's Sustainable Development Goals are considered in all our decision making. Further information can be found at
Sustainable Development Goals Poster.pdf

Further information

Biodiversity Ireland, here you find information on Ireland's Biodiversity and how you can get involved by participating in CItizen Science by taking part in Dragonfly Monitoring, Explore Your Shore  or Farmer's Wildlife Calendar. Identification guides, maps and their app can be accessed through Pollinators numbers are declining dramatically. At you will find clear and easy to understand 'How to Guides' for communities, schools, farms, councils, businesses, faith communities, water schemes, golf courses and sports clubs.   
Details on how to identify and record pollinators can be found here. A map of Ireland showing the actions of individuals and groups can be found here. Can you add your area to the map? Please contact us at Kenmare Tidy Towns if you would like help to add your pollinator friendly garden to the map.

Birdwatch Ireland, here you will find plenty of information on Ireland's birds. Take part in citizen science by taking part in the Irish Garden Bird Survey. Build a next box for an owl, garden bird or swift using the resources here.  Shares science and stories about Ireland’s water catchments, and people’s connections to their water. is a platform for providing advice and information about conservation actions for the Swifts across Ireland. Find an article written by Mike Murphy on the swift project in Kenmare HERE.