100th Day Challenge

22 04 2010

The Childrens Group Link / Waterford City Council 100th Day Challenge will take place on Saturday 24th April.  As part of the challenge a team of volunteers will be in the Greenfields area participating in a general clean-up.  In order to generate as much funds as possible a volunteer will call to your house seeking a donation between 2pm and 5pm.  All contributions, no matter how small, will be much appreciated.  Collectors will be wearing identifiable vests and will carry a permit.

Brendan Halligan

Manager Childrens Group Link





GRA Meeting 22.04.10

19 04 2010

Please note that the next meeting of the Greenfields Residents Association takes place Thursday 22nd April at 7.00pm.  Committee Members are encourage to attend.  Should you wish to include an item/topic on the meeting agenda please forward by e-mail to greenfieldswaterford@live.com.





Car Parking Concerns

13 04 2010

Residents are kindly asked to be considerate of others needs when parking in the estate.  Currently, cars are being parked on junctions, bends and green areas.  Parking on junctions and bend impairs other driver’s vision and acts as a serious safety hazard for motorists and pedestrians, especially small children.

Parking on green areas damages public spaces, causing potholes which can injure children playing in these areas, and is an obstruction to grass cutting and green area maintenance.

Residents are also asked to ensure that guests are utilising visitor spaces provided around the estate when visiting.





Another Successful Clean-up Day

10 04 2010

Many thanks to all those who took part in the recent Clean-up Day which took place on Easter Monday.  A great numbers of residents from the estate turned up to lend a hand and likewise a great amount of rubbish was collected.  On the day a number of shrubs were planted throughout the estate and flower beds were weeded and maintained.

Over the summer period residents are encouraged to take ownership of the small green areas immediately outside and close to their own house.  Should you have any suggestions for development of the green areas then please e-mail greenfieldswaterford@live.com