PLANTING: Killarney Tidy Town Volunteers are looking for more volunteers to join them tomorrow (Saturday) to help plant a series of snowdrop and bluebell bulbs on Mission Road. Photo: Valerie O’Sullivan
Following on from 2018’s very successful bluebell and snowdrop planting on Mission Road, the Killarney Looking Good Committee are planning further planting on Mission Road tomorrow (Saturday).
It’s hoped that planting will improve biodiversity while also bringing people together.
“We have an amazing National Park on our doorstep and this is a great opportunity for people to come together and enhance the link between the town and the park,” Johnny McGuire from Killarney Tidy Towns Committee said.
“You don’t need to be an expert gardener as no experience is necessary and all equipment will be provided.”
The first session will be from 9am to11am and the second session from 11am to 1pm.
“You don’t have to come to the whole session, any help you can give will be gratefully received. Remember even an hours planting will leave a lasting legacy for the whole community to enjoy.”
While you don’t need to book, it would be great if people could confirm attendance to 064 37928 or firstname.lastname@example.org or through social media Apps.
The event is supported by South Kerry Development Partnership, Kerry County Council and Killarney Chamber of Tourism and Commerce.