Over the coming days and weeks you will see these signs appearing
around Ballincollig in areas where we are developing biodiversity
areas. The Ballincollig Pollinator Corridor Map will also be on our
biodiversity page on our website
Ballincollig Community School were busy washing down
their boundary wall and railings preparing them for painting. The
difference the power washing made was very visible.
Places that have a significant place in our past are being identified by new Heritage Signs throughout Ballincollig Watch out for these signs.
Cork County Council Footpath Programme
Over the last week a contractor has been engaged by Cork County Council to repair broken or damaged footpaths
This week it was the turn of Silverwood on the Main Road and work has now commenced on the upper end of Station Road.
New Park Run Course and Michael O’Donovan Memorial 3 km Course Markers for Regional Park
Coolroe Court Estate is one of Ballincollig’s newest estates on the Inniscarra Road.
It is disappointing to see that the boundary wall of this new estate has yet to be cleaned. Hopefully the residents have set up a Residents Committee to take care of it. Cleaning of the external wall of any estate is the responsibility of the residents of that estate. We look forward to seeing this work carried out soon. This is a beautiful estate and adds to the area.
The Watch Tower on the Western Entrance of the Regional Park has been repainted. This is such a wonderful building and how lovely to see the care and attention that is given to its upkeep.
Gunpowder Mills Ballincollig
Check out the above link and watch a video on Ballincollig’s Gunpowder Mills.
Number 21 Off Licence has recently undergone internal refurbishment. To complete this transformation the outside of the building was tidied. New lines were painted to sort the parking out and the outside wall was painted. There is great credit due to the painting contractor who made sure the best job was done. Thank you to Number 21 for their efforts.
Dogs In The Regional Park
Ballincollig Tidy Towns would like to draw those of you who walk their dogs in the Regional Park to make sure they are on a leash and under your control at all times. Please make sure that you clean up after your dog and use the dog fouling bins.