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National Spring Clean 2016 in Kilmurry Saturday 16th April..

Meeting Point: At the Forge (cross) in Kilmurry
Time:  9am
Do I bring anything: Gloves and Hi Viz.

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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.

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Sixmilebridge Spring Clean Needs You..

Please join in a “Spring Clean” of our village.
Saturday morning 18th April 2015, Sixmilebridge residents, young and older, are asked to get together and clean up after the winter.
All residents associations and interested parties will gather from 9.30 a.m. to have “One Big Clean Up” of all public areas of Sixmilebridge.

The Tidy Towns Association will provide bags for all items of waste and litter collected on the morning. These will be collected after the clean up, leaving our village clean and tidy.

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Many Hands Make Light Work to Keep Kilmurry Tidy.

Your Help is needed to keep Kilmurry Tidy.

On Thursday Evening 24th July (7-9pm) and Saturday Afternoon 26th July (2-4pm) we are holding a Clean Up Day in Kilmurry.
If you would like to join us and give a hand please meet outside the Pumphouse at the times outlined below.

If you have any implements that will assist with the clean up please bring them along.

Also ensure that you have appropriate safety equipment as required. (Hi Vis Vest, gloves, shoes, ear protection etc…)

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Time: 7-9pm
Date: Thursday Evening 24th July
Location: Outside Pumphouse Bar

Time: 2-4pm
Date: Saturday Afternoon 26th July
Location: Outside Pumphouse Bar
For further updates check www.kilmurry.com

Parish Tidy Towns Clean Up Day….

Sixmilebridge / Kilmurry Community Development Association / Tidy Towns in partnership with the Clare Co. Co. will be organising clean ups in the Village and on the Kilmurry / SMB Road on Saturday 20th April 2013.

Volunteers needed for this community clean-up.
Clean-up kits will be provided.

Have a Hi Viz vest ? Bring it along…

Participants are asked to turn up at either SMB or Kilmurry Parochial Halls at 11am…

Thanks for your help….

Find out more on SMB Tidy Towns Click Here..