Louth in Bloom 2021

The aim of the competition was to acknowledge, recognise and reward the work being carried out during the difficult times of the Covid 19 pandemic by the community/business sectors and the volunteers.

Competition entrants were invited to submit images of the great work that they have undertaken in their community, and following an adjudication process a series of prize winners were selected from all the entries

The categories in this competition included: Best gardens, best housing estates, best biodiversity project and best hospitality and business premises.

Prizes were awarded for each of the three District areas of Ardee, Drogheda & Dundalk, with overall County winners and one "Special Lifetime Contribution Award".

Councillor Dolores Minogue, Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council launched the Louth in Bloom Competition on 2021. (Councillor Minogue shown in photo below with CE Joan Martin at the Louth County Council at Louth in Bloom 2021 Launch Event)


Louth in Bloom 2021 Virtual Awards Ceremony

 Louth County Council hosted a virtual Awards Ceremony to announce prize winners in the Louth in Bloom 2021 Environmental Competition on 20th October 2021

 View the Louth in Bloom Virtual Awards Ceremony 2021   here

Competition Winners

Dundalk Municipal District Winners:

Category A (Estates < 50 houses) 1st Prize Carroll Mead; 2nd Prize Churchview, Dromiskin, ; 3rd Prize Rathban, Dromiskin

Category B: (Estates 51 - 125 houses)1st Prize  Willowgrove; 2nd Prize Old Muirhevna, Dundalk ; 3rd Prize Pearse Park, Dundalk

Category C: (Estates >125 houses)1st Prize Ard Easmuinn, Dundalk; 2nd Prize Manydown Close, Dundalk; 3rd Prize Seafield Lawns, Dundalk

Best Garden: 1st Prize John Conaghy, Greenacres; 2nd Prize Eugene O'Shaughnessy, St Alphonsus Villas, Dundalk; 3rd Prize Anne O'Connor, Grange, Carlingford

Best Presented Business & Overall county winner  Quinns Funeral Home, Bridge Street, Dundalk

Best Presented Hospitality Premises & Overall County WinnerRosemount B & B, Dublin Road, Dundalk

Best Biodiversity Project  St Francis Primary School, Blackrock

Borough District of Drogheda Winners

Category A (Estates <50 houses) 1st Prize  Harmony Heights; 2nd Prize Beaulieu View Drogheda; 3rd Prize The Paddocks, Termonfeckin

Category B  (Estates 51 - 125 houses)   1st Prize Forest Grange, Drogheda; 2nd Prize  Five Oaks Village, Drogheda; 3rd Prize Bryanstown Manor, Drogheda

Category C  (Estates >125 houses) 1st Prize:  Wheaton Hall, Drogheda; 2nd Prize  Oriel Cove, Clogherhead; 3rd Prize St Finians Park, Drogheda

Best Garden 1st Prize Anne Humphries, Old Farm House, Termonfeckin ; 2nd Prize Josephine Moran, Georgian Close ; 3rd Prize  Cartons Cottage, Drogheda

Best Presented Buisness Premises  Clarkes Bar, Drogheda

Best Presented Hospitality PremisesMorning Star Public House, Tullyallen

 Best Biodiversity Project and Overall Winners for County  Monasterboice Tourism Group Ferney Park Biodiversity Project

 Ardee Municipal District Winners

Category A (Estates <50 houses) 1st Prize Seaview, Ballygassan;  2nd Prize An Rian, Annagassan; 3rd Prize Glyde Road,Tallanstown

Category B (Estates 51 - 125 houses)  1st Prize Cappocksgate, Ardee ; 2nd Prize Sliabh Breagh, Ardee; 3rd Prize St Olivers Park, Kilsaran 

Best Garden 1st Prize Hilda Kilcoyne, De La Salle, Ardee ; 2nd Prize B & P Kearney, Castlebellingham     3rd Prize Gerry Leddy, Annagassan 

Best Presented Business Premises  The Glyde Inn, Annagassan

Best Presented Hospitality Premises Moorehall Nursing Home, Ardee

Best Biodiversity Project Maryville Barn Road Biodiversity Garden, Dunleer

 Special Environmentalist Lifetime Award 2021 goes to Gerry McArdle, Tullyallen Tidy Towns

The contact person in relation to Louth in Bloom is Paula Gribben, Administrative Officer, Community Office,

Louth County Council Phone number 0429324317 or email paula.gribben@louthcoco.ie