The Manor Fields Adare is delighted to reopen our playground. There will be some restrictions however to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus/Covid -19. Please note that parents choose to use the playground at their own risk and under their own responsibility. The health and safety of our users and staff have always been and Read more about Manor Fields Adare Playground reopens post Covid-19[…]
Refill Ireland is an environmental project aiming to make Irish towns and cities tap water refill friendly for everyone while on the go (like the old days!). They locate and encourage the creation of locations where filling your reusable water bottle for FREE from an increasing number of refill stations becomes an easy to do Read more about Free Water Refills at the Manor Fields as part of Refill.ie – Help reduce single use plastic bottles[…]
IMPORTANT NOTICE Our playground will be closed next Wednesday 25th to Friday 27th September inclusive for some essential maintenance works We apologise for any inconvenience caused Please share this with anyone you know who uses our playground
Manor Fields Adare is a community owned recreational amenity. We are currently recruiting for either 1 x Full Time (39 hours per week) OR 2 x Part Time (19.5 hours per week each) Grounds Maintenance Operatives located in Adare. Duties will include the maintenance and upkeep of our facilities which currently include 4 grass pitches, Read more about We’re Hiring Grounds Maintenance Operatives[…]
We here at The Manor Fields are all about encouraging and active lifestyle for all . For many people that active lifestyle includes walking your dogs. We love to see dogs here with their owners getting exercise, but we would like to educate you on a few things. Even the most responsible of dog owners Read more about The Dangers of Dog Faeces on Playing Pitches.[…]
At an awards ceremony held in Fitzgerald’s Woodlands House Hotel in Adare, The Manor Fields were named the winners in the Public Participation Network Community & Voluntary Awards 2017 in the Community and Neighbourhood Category. The Manor Fields were represented by Chairman & director James Collins and directors Barry O’Halloran and Elaine Sparling.
The Manor Fields was delighted to host its first international cricket match today when the South African Schools side played the Munster Development squad. We hope you all enjoyed the match! Thank you to Limerick Cricket club for preparing the grounds for the event. We look forward to welcoming future club, regional and country teams Read more about First international cricket at the Manor Fields[…]