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Active Citizenship Voter Education Programme

July 20th, 2016|


Active Citizenship Voter Education Programme
In preparation for the General Election 2016, STDC worked with the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice and brought the ‘Voter Education Programme – Your Voice/Your Vote’ to communities in Tipperary Town and Clonmel.

The workshops explore with people the reasons to vote, shows how to register and […]

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Wilderness Estate

July 20th, 2016|

Tús has been working with the Wilderness Estate Resident’s Group to support them with their development plan for Wilderness, Carrigeen and Oakland Drive areas. In particular, the skillsets of Denym and Kyle O’Mahoney have been particularly beneficial where they have begun to paint murals on the walls in the public areas. They have involved children and adults from the estate and are currently working on designing a Memorial Wall.

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Cappawhite Community Resource Centre

July 20th, 2016|

For the past two years the Cappawhite Community Resource Centre has received the ongoing support from the Tús work placement programme providing the opportunity for a number of workers to gain experience in a key quality work placement. The Programme has been hugely beneficial in supporting the volunteer community services that are so vital to the Community.

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Caravantasia

July 19th, 2016|

Tom Pollard is a part-time farmer, trained stonemason and craft worker, working with stone and wood. He with his wife Heather opened Caravantasia, a fun new glamping site in July 2014 at Crohane, near Killenaule. The campsite has 6 vintage caravans from the 60s and 70s that have been renovated into cosy little places to stay

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The Butler Trail

July 19th, 2016|


The Butler Trail
The Butler Trail was conceived as a result of an analysis of the tourism potential of South Tipperary, and from a desire to capitalise and build on South Tipperary’s unique selling point of ‘castles and heritage’. The Butler Dynasty was identified as the thread which wove many of South […]

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O’Donnells Crisps

July 19th, 2016|


O’Donnells Crisps
Ed O’Donnell is a farmer from Tipperary who, following the decline of the sugar beet industry looked for ideas to diversify and add value to his farm produce. He focused on the idea of artisan potato crisps, and undertook a crisp making course in America.
Ed applied for grant aid from […]

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The Grain Free Pantry

July 19th, 2016|

The Grain Free Pantry is a home based baking business run by Mary Ryan of Cappawhite, who has a wide and varied customer base throughout Ireland for her unique sugar, dairy, gluten and grain free baked products. Mary approached STDC in 2012 with her business idea, and was approved for grant aid of

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Kildanogue Duckponds

July 19th, 2016|


Kildanogue Duckponds
The Duckponds at Kildanogue near Ardfinnan, in the foothills of the Knockmealdowns, were first developed by Ardfinnan, Ballybacon, Grange and Newcastle Gun Club in 1969 in partnership with land owners, and Coillte’s predecessor, the Forestry and Wildlife Service. Since then the Club has been very involved in conservation and biodiversity projects including a […]

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Coolens Close Community Field

July 19th, 2016|


Cooleens Close
A few years ago STDC began working closely with a number of residents from Cooleens Close and neighboring estates to support them with a problem they had with a disused field that had become a site of anti -social behaviour. We met with the community to discuss what they wanted, […]

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Emerald Oils

July 19th, 2016|

Michael Corbett runs Emerald Oils, a farm based business in New Inn that produces quality cold-pressed Rapeseed Oil for the retail market. Michael and his family are the third generation of Corbett’s to farm this land in Tipperary. The product is grown, harvested and produced on the farm in New Inn, where the family manage the entire process themselves, from sewing the crop to pressing, bottling and marketing the finished product.

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