The Community Projects Planning for Climate & Biodiversity competition aims to stimulate communities/groups to identify and commence the development of projects suitable for funding under these programmes, by them creating a community plan to be ready to apply for these funding streams.
This competition, for the best community project plan for climate & biodiversity, is aimed at all PPN-registered local development associations, residents’ associations and Tidy Towns groups across all Municipal Districts in County Tipperary.
The PPN-registered group submitting the winning entry will receive €1,000 prize!
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO ENTER?
This competition for the best community project plan is aimed at all PPN-registered local development associations, residents’ associations and Tidy Towns groups across all Municipal Districts in County Tipperary.
Each Tidy Town Group OR resident’s association OR local development association may submit one application only although joint applications are welcome and will receive additional marks. Joint applicants will share the prize.
HOW TO ENTER
Firstly, identify an appropriate habitat-related project in your community. (Some ideas are set out in Appendix A of the application form below). Then, prepare an outline development plan for the community project, so that you can answer all the questions on the Application Form at Appendix B.
The winning entry will be the one which, in the opinion of the judges, is the most innovative plan, is likely to have the most significant community and environmental impacts, and which gives the best overall responses to the questions on the application form.
Application deadline is Friday 12th May 2023.
You can submit your entry by email to Sean O’ Farrell at email@example.com OR by post to:
Sean O’Farrell, Cloncannon Biofarm, Moneygall, Roscrea, County Tipperary, E53 AE27.
Please email Sean O’Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the application form and further information.