WELCOME TO WOODSTOWN
Welcome to Woodstown Village.
While 2020 and 2021 has certainly impacted the kind of activities we have been able to carry out we have still managed to have arguably the best decorated Christmas tree and are continuing to keep the place looking nice.
As Summer approaches we been hard at work with biodiversity zones, clean up activities, tree pruning, hedge cutting and some general maintenance.
This year we are increasing our focus on biodiversity and have marked out some no-mow and wild flower zones to develop pollinators through out the year. Check out our dedicated bio diversity page here and see the google earth project of our estate. (takes a few seconds to load in a browser)
Biodiversity Woodstown 2021
Events cannot be organised at this time, however we are spring cleaning pruning and trimming trees hedges and commenced our tidy towns 2021 plan with increased focus on biodiversity & pollinators.
And while Christmas 2020 was a very different affair this year We had a lovely decorated Christmas tree and Santa was seen at many points throughout the estate scoping out good landing sites for the reindeer! (photos here and facebook.)
If you have a need to contact us you can do so through this site and an email is sent to email@example.com - but for the fastest response please contact us via our facebook page. Click the left facebook logo below.
We actively monitor our Facebook page and email account and we post archives of videos to YouTube and also the occasional tweet :) just click the links below... enjoy.
The residents association has met and discussed some plans for 2021; Alongside general cleanups, we are big on biodiversity this year with plans for no-mow areas and wild-flower planting.
Newsletter, landscaping, amazing christmas tree and Santa spotting ... :)
Weeding, mowing and general cleanup in progress. Preparations starting for this years annual residents day.
Free WEEE recycling of electrical goods collections completed May 29/30.
Easter Spring Clean and Easter Egg Hunt
Huge success and lots of chocolate ...
Pub quiz in aid of Special Olympics and resident Olympian Alan Power.
Residents Day - huge success again
Junior Committee Make the Echo with Deirdre O'Donovan
Gardening Tips for the kids. Video on Junior Committee Page.