BALLINCOLLIG TIDY TOWNS POLLINATOR CORRIDOR
The Link Road
Fr Sexton Park
Westcliffe Flowers Bed
Scoil Barra - Ballincollig Community School
An Caislean Raised Bed
Coolroe Flower Bed
OUR MISSION – Bringing together all that is good in a community to create a Town future generations can be proud of
“Your future depends on what you do today” (Mahatma Gandhi)
The courtyard of Somerset House in London has been transformed into a forest from 1-27 June as part of the London...
Today everyone in Ballincollig Tidy Towns would like to wish our Vice Chairman Pat Clarke a very HAPPY...
CORK CITY COUNCIL have advised that the Recycling Bins in the Car Park behind Quish's SuperValu are being relocated to...
THE PEOPLE’S PARKLET Today Ballincollig was delighted to see the long-awaited People’s Parklet put in place on Main...
DEFIBRILLATORS IN BALLINCOLLIG Bishopstown and District Lions Club recently very kindly donated an Automated External...
There’s a new Pollinator Trail in Cork and it’s absolutely amazing. The Irish Bee Conservation Project (IBCP) in...
WELCOME TO BALLINCOLLIG TIDY TOWNS
Ballincollig is nestled on the south bank of the river in the beautiful Lee Valley about 7 miles west of Cork City. Known to locals as ‘The Village’ Ballincollig became part of Cork City in 2019. It offers a wide and varied range of shops, services and industries for locals and visitors alike.
REGIONAL PARK BALLINCOLLIG is Ireland’s largest Industrial Heritage site covering an area of 134 acres, accommodating numerous Walkways and Trails, Playground, Skate Park, Multi-User Games Area, Pitches, Picnic Areas, and Permanent Orienteering Course (http://www.corko.net/ballincollig_poc) .
The nearby Inniscarra Reservoir is home to many clubs
National Rowing Centre (http://www.rowingireland.ie/national-rowing-centre-4/)
Inniscarra Sailing & Kayaking Club (http://corksailing.com/)
Cork Powerboat & Waterski Club (http://waterskiireland.com/)
Offers excellent bream, rudd, bream-rudd hybrid angling, having hosted a number of international competitions (http://www.fishinginireland.info/coarse/southwest/inniscarra.htm)