Indaver to support the Louth Looking Good Awards!
Sponsorship Cheque being presented to Louth Tidy Towns Together by John Ahern, Country Manager, Indaver Ireland.
A four way partnership and hundreds of Tidy Towns volunteers throughout the county combine to ensure that this year’s Louth Looking Good Campaign was as successful as ever.
Louth Tidy Towns Together co-ordinated this year’s campaign and the Network, once again, managed to secure support from three other sources to ensure that, not alone will see the campaign continue, but it will be bigger and better than ever.
Indaver Ireland, Lead Sponsor of the campaign is "proud to support the Louth Looking Good Awards". Indaver, Ireland’s Waste-to-Energy plant, is a local plant run by local people from the North East Region and as part of being active citizens, are delighted to be associated with
this local community event that involves helping local communities showcase themselves. The initiative fits well with the Indaver Company ethos ofsustainability and local community involvement and therefore was an ideal fit when it came to choosing an event in Louth to sponsor.“We wish all the communities success in the judging process and we look forward to celebrating with them later this year” said John Ahern, Regional Manager Indaver Ireland.
Another key partner Louth LEADER Partnership was represented at the awards by Chairman Colm Markey. Louth LEADER partnership is providing 75% of the cost of the judging process and awards presentation which is a wonderful boost to the support provided by Indaver in terms of the prizefund. Louth County Council Chairman, Councillor Declan Breathnch acknowledged the huge support provided by Indaver and Louth LEADER Partnership which will ensure that the tremendous work being done by Tidy Towns groups in Louth is highlighted and publicly acknowledged.
As the fourth partner Louth County Council provide guidance and assistance throughout the process to ensure its success. ”Speaking on behalf of the organisers, Richard Barry, Chairman of Louth Tidy Towns Together praised both Indaver and Louth Leader Partnership for supporting “ a community led initiative that recognises the efforts of Tidy Towns groups in the county who individually and collectively are creating picturesque and environmentally sustainable town and villages that add to the tourism product in the county.”