Wednesday February 19, 2020

Broughshane Co Antrim wins two categories in Tidy Towns contest

Joint north-south competition pays tribute to community pride

21st June, 2016
The walls of Derry city, named as one of the winning large urban centres. Pic: Ireland's Content Pool

Broughshane, County Antrim has been named as Ireland’s Best Kept Town for 2016 at an awards ceremony in Belfast.

Broughshane also won the Best Kept Small Town category.

Terryglass, County Tipperary won the Best Kept Village category, Armagh Town won the Best Kept Large Town category and Ballincollig, Co Cork won the Best Kept Large Urban Centre category.

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