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Fitness for Fun with John Conroy
A Fun Keep Fit class for ladies over 50.
Every Friday morning from 10 – 11am
Come along and meet other like minded fun active ladies.
Meeting Point: At the Forge (cross) in Kilmurry
Do I bring anything: Gloves and Hi Viz.
About National Spring Clean
National Spring Clean is Ireland’s most popular, well recognized and successful anti-litter initiative. Taking place during the whole month of April and now in its 17th year, the campaign encourages every sector of society to actively participate and take responsibility for litter, by actually conducting clean ups in their own local environment. National Spring Clean traditionally takes place throughout the month of April.
National Spring Clean has been operated by An Taisce since 1999 in partnership with the Department of Environment, Heritage & Local Government and Local Authorities and is sponsored by the Wrigley Company Ltd. and Repak Ltd. The size and scale of National Spring Clean has grown steadily and significantly over the years.
In 1999, 1,732 clean-up events were registered with An Taisce and an estimated 155,000 people took part in these events. By 2015 these numbers had risen to 5199 events with over 519,000 people participating.
Last year (2015), an estimated 500 tonnes of litter was collected of which 35% was recycled. In the current era of climate change the more we recycle, the more we reduce our carbon emissions, so by taking part in National Spring Clean we are making a difference! To read more about litter and climate change, click here.
The effort and enthusiasm of the National Spring Clean volunteers has ensured the campaign’s real triumph and success. As National Spring Clean has become a fixed date on the school and community calendar, this partnership can hopefully look forward to an even greater success for many years to come.
It’s a national holiday that’s celebrated in more countries than any other. It’s the day that gets the whole world to think green and go green. But if you really want to get a piece of the party, you’ve got to come to Sixmilebridge St. Patricks Day Parade.
Sixmilebridge on St Patrick’s Day is unlike anywhere else in the world.The parade lead by the Tulla pipe band and followed by a local craft fair in Kearneys Coal Yard with Crafters, Food and Entertainment.
For more Photos from 2015 Parade Click Here for 2015 Parade Photos..