Update: Water returning to customers in Clonmel and other areas of Tipperary over the course of the evening

Update 5pm August 21 2020 – Water is expected to return to all remaining customers in Clonmel over the course of the evening as production is restored at the town’s two main water treatment plants. It may take some time for the network to refill and normal pressure to return to all customers. In the […]

Irish Water working to restore normal water supplies in Clonmel and other areas of Tipperary following Storm Ellen

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to restore water supply to customers in Clonmel, Cashel and parts of west Tipperary which are still impacted following Storm Ellen. Clonmel: there may be outages or intermittent supply to the town centre and some outlying areas over the course of the day as we work to stabilise production at […]

Water main replacement works underway in Abbey Road and Marlfield Road, Clonmel

Work is underway this week to replace ageing water mains in Abbey Road and Marlfield Road in Clonmel which will ensure a more secure and reliable water supply for local businesses and residents. This important project to improve the water supply is expected to be completed by early September. More than 1,470 metres of old […]

Not a single new Garda Graduate to be allocated to Clonmel and Carrick-on-Suir – Mattie McGrath TD

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has described the decision of the Garda Commissioner not to allocate a single Probationer Garda to either Clonmel or Carrick-on-Suir as almost beyond comprehension given the scale of the garda deficit within the towns. Deputy McGrath was speaking after he raised the matter with the Tánaiste, Simon Coveney, in the Dáil […]

Irish Water working to safeguard water supplies in the Clonmel area

Irish Water, in partnership with Tipperary County Council, is committed to providing our customers in the Clonmel area with a safe, secure and reliable supply of water. Clonmel Town and surrounding area is served by a combination of ground and surface water sources, with Water Treatment Plants at Monroe (ground water), Glenary (surface water) and […]

Fostering Information Events in Nenagh and Clonmel

Have you always had an interest in becoming a foster carer but didn’t know where to get the right information? If so, come along to one of our information events with Fostering First Ireland in the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Tuesday 22nd October from 6pm to 8pm or in Clonmel Community Resource Centre, Kickham […]

Award-winning course for people with arthritis to run in Clonmel

A six-week self-management course to help people living with arthritis will commence in Clonmel on Tuesday 22 October. The Living Well with Arthritis course gives people with arthritis the tools and techniques to help them better manage their condition. The award-winning course will be held in the Clonmel Community Resource Centre and costs €35 for […]

Works to tackle leakage may cause temporary disruption to water supply in Haywood Road, Clonmel on the night of Oct 3

September 30 2019 – Leak detection works may cause supply disruptions to the Haywood Road area of Clonmel during the early hours of Thursday morning. These works are part of the National Leakage Reduction Programme being carried out by Irish Water to safeguard water supplies and reduce leakage in the area. Works are scheduled to […]

Tipp Entrepreneurs Bourke Sports and Shorla Pharma Ltd win at Regional Final for Ireland Best Young Entrepreneur #IBYE

  Competing for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur in the upcoming National Final taking place in Google HQ in September will be Cathal Bourke, Bourke Sports based in Borrisoleigh and Sharon Cunningham, Shorla Pharma Limited based in Clonmel.   Bourke Sports founded by Cathal Bourke, is an Irish Sports Company that designs, manufactures and supplies high […]

Clonmel student of WIT English and Theatre Studies has poem selected for anthology

David Fallon, a past pupil of the Highschool, Clonmel and currently a third year student at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has had his poem Fade Away …selected for publication in an anthology remembering Palestinian victims of Occupation by Dr John Ennis and Mr David Mallaghan. The third year student is studying an Honours Bachelor […]

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