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Clean-Up Day

Dear Resident(s),

We are holding our annual Spring clean-up Day this coming Saturday(24th) from 11am to 3PM.    (See attached !!) 

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Bulb Planting Day!

Planting flyer

Parking Issue

Residents are asked NOT to Park on or NEXT TO Cherry Green or Sycamore Green. With cars parked on both sides of the road - this is causing a narrowing of both lanes and could prevent 
Fire Brigade/Ambulance access to Sycamore/Cherry estates due to the width of these vehicles. We've received several notifications from Residents and ask all Residents to be co-operative -
park next to the Footpath side of the road in future.  

AN TAISCE CLEAN UP DAY! AN TAISCE CLEAN UP DAY!

WHEN: Saturday 27th APRIL 11am to 3pm
MEET:  Near Tennis Courts, Sycamore Green

Once again, an Estates-wide CLEAN UP DAY will take place on the above date. Bags will be supplied - please collect from path near Tennis Courts. We invite you to join in from your road. Great way to meet neighbours if you've just moved in and get involved in YOUR community. We will try to have more than 1 collection point for bags - a note will be going around. We invite you to bring your own Tea/Coffe at 3pm and join us - biscuits will be provided. With thanks to the FCC Environmental Crew at Coolmine Depot and An Taisce.

To Residents, Sycamore Avenue (homes facing onto Cherry Green).

"To Residents, Sycamore Avenue (homes facing onto Cherry Green).
Please - do not park on Cherry Green. Permanent Wheel ruts are forming in the grass.
The Council owns the Green and prohibits any parking there. Also - if the Van/car parked on or over the Green is parked adjacent to a car that is parked in front of a house - this narrowing of the Avenue access could prevent Emergency Services from moving beyond this location.
There is plenty of parking available on the housing side of the Avenue at this location and we ask that you avail of this in lieu of damaging the Green.
Your co-operation is appreciated."

CARPENTERSTOWN PARK CLEAN UP DAY BIG SUCCESS

Cherry, Maple and Sycamore held a Clean Up Day on Saturday 17th November. With the support and great help of Jim and Freddie from Fingal County Council's Environmental Department, leaves and rubbish were collected from most roads in the estate. Unsung heroes of the day go to the Residents of Sycamore Avenue, Sycamore Park, Maple Avenue and Maple Drive who were out first thing sweeping footpaths and gathering up bags of leaves before our 10am start. 



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Notice on Halloween

NOTICE FROM FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL HALLOWEEN 2012
WHY SHOULD WE AVOID BUILDING OR ATTENDING BONFIRES?
  • Burning tyres and other toxic materials releases pollutants into the atmosphere, which is bad for our health, especially for asthma sufferers and those with respiratory diseases.
  • Ilegal bonfires are dangerous – children, adults and pets are at a high risk of injury and trauma from fireworks and bonfires.
  • It's bad for the environment - burnt earth on parklands, pitches and community green spaces will take approximately 18 months to recover before grass will grow back.
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2nd Leaf Collection Day!

To All Residents of Maple/Sycamore and Cherry Estates
ON SATURDAY 3 December 2011
Bring a rake and help us sweep up what Autumn has left behind. This will provide more safety on our roads and help unblock our shores.
 
Where: Tennis Courts (Sycamore Green)
When:  10am to 1pm
Bags:   Provided by Residents Association at Tennis Courts
Fingal County Council is facilitating us by collecting these at 13:00. Please - PASS THE WORD AROUND as no leaflet notification is available for this event.
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Clean-up Day

The Carpenterstown Park residents started gathering at Tennis court greens at around 10:30am. Resource materials like gloves, bags, litter pickers e.t.c. were provided by the Carpenterstown park Residents association. Within an hours time lot of kids came out along with their parents to help in this cause. It generated quite an excitement among them as everyone was keen to bring in a bigger bag full of litter. Many residents got to know each other through this healthy exercise. Some residents got their shovels out and started uprooting the weeds alongside the Sycamore avenue. Within two hours loads of litter bags filled and piled up under the Carpenterstown park Residents association banner. Later on, in liaison with Fingal County Council, litter bags were collected by their staff. Carpenterstown park Residents association had also some refreshments and goodies for the kids in the shape of chocolates, sweets, chips, juices, fizzy drinks and biscuits.