The Delvin Parade used a “renewable green theme” for the festival this year. Fitting in with the theme of St. Patrick's Day, Bracklyn Wind Farm worked with the vendors and the committee to promote sustainability throughout the festival and the community.
Eco Portaloo - Meeting all local water authority requirements for safe waste disposal, and only using fully biodegradable chemicals in our portable toilets.
Delvin Book Fair Stall - Opting for used books over new books - Reducing carbon emissions and encouraging the circular economy.
Dempsey Jams - A local sustainable jam with local ingredients from local residents.
Royal County Aeromodeller Club - Growing their fleet of electric model aeroplanes.
The Coffee Man - Serving your coffee and snacks in a sustainable way with biodegradable cups and cutlery.
Navan Opel - Driving into the future with environmentally friendly electric vehicles.
Fore Distillery - Reducing our CO2 footprint by sourcing our ingredients from local suppliers, using renewable energy where possible and further recycling and upcycling waste produce.
Lovedfood by Richard Anthony - Upcycled horsebox with tasty street food using locally sourced produce.
Tracy Little Pink Shed - Homemade crafts and Shabby Chic Up styling and Vintage.
3rd Westmeath Delvin Scouts - Alway
s leaving the world a little better than they found it. Locally and nationally supporting our Sustainable Development goals
Arch Bakes - Home baked goods, Reusing vintage teacups and using locally sourced produce for their goods. Contributing to local farmers markets regularly.
Maggie Bray - Homemade brown bread and other baked goods using locally sourced produce, sold locally.
Delvin Committee - Reusing flags and bunting yearly, installing insect hotels, encouraging green initiatives, and working with Bracklyn Wind Farm to encourage a transition to renewable energy.