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Killarney Looking Good has acknowledged the work and volunteerism of the people and businesses in the town in keeping Killarney litter free.

Killarney Looking Good

Over 30 awards were given out at a ceremony in The School House in Muckross Traditional Farms this week. Chair of Killarney Looking Good Yvonne Quill says the numbers involved have grown emencely:


Best Large Commercial Premises: Corcoran’s Furniture
Best Medium Commercial Premises: Killarney Carpet & Furniture Centre
Best Small Commercial Premises: Killarney Art Gallery
Most Improved Premises: Aran Sweater Market
Best Newly Painted Premises: The Dungeon Bookshop
Best Public House: The Shire
Best Hotel: McSweeney Arms Hotel
Best Restaurant: Flesk Restaurant
Conservation Award: Franciscan Friary
Best Signage: Nourish
Best Guesthouse: O’Mahony’s, Park Road
Best Private Residence:  Ard Mhuire, Upper Lewis Road
Best Large Estate: Ballydribeen
Best Medium Estate: Bridgefield
Best Small Estate: Coolegreane Park
Best Roadside Garden:  17 Park Drive
Best Laneway: Old Market Lane
Award for Floral Display: 49 High Street
Best Kept School: Presentation Monastery School
Bio-Diversity Award: Kerry Cheshire Homes
Volunteer Award: Mary O’Connor
Junior Volunteer Award: James Flavin, St. Brendan’s College
Pride of Place: Michael Murphy
Best Community Co-Operation: Woodlands Industrial Estate
Highly Commended Award: 2 Pinewood; 81 & 86 Ardshanavooly; 16 Srcahan Court, 47 St. Brendans Tce, 6 Bishop Moynihan Crescent