Volunteers Over 18,500 volunteers took part in 2018 which was over 571 groups all over Limerick City and Limerick County. Litter This year we collected 98 tonnes of litter which would equate to approx. 3,900 household wheelie bins of […]
Paul O’Connell and JP McManus visit communities across Limerick to help with mass tidy-up A record-breaking 18,500 volunteers have participated in the fourth installment of Team Limerick Clean-Up, Ireland’s largest one-day tidy-up. Across hundreds of locations around Limerick city […]
City Spring Grove Residents Drominbeg Rhebogue Rathbane Janesboro Caherdavin & Celtic Community Centre Caherdavin Residence association Limerick Civic Trust Pass Road Residents Meelick Woodview Park Residents Lisnagry Janesboro Our Lady Queen of Peace Inis Lua Fr Russell Road Inis […]
Date Locations Wed 21st March Newcastle West distribution day in Aldi Carpark 3pm to 6pm Thurs 22nd March Kilmallock Distribution Day – Super Valu Car Park 3pm to 6pm Thurs 22nd March Murroe Community Hall. 7pm Sat March […]
The winners of Team Limerick Clean Up’s ‘Loving Limerick’ Valentine’s competition were announced today in The Hunt Museum, as three primary school classes were awarded first place by the competition’s judges. The ‘Loving Limerick’ competition was launched in February […]
There are a number of meetings organised to discuss volunteer safety issues during TLC4. These are: Tuesday 20th March at 12 noon (Council Chamber, Dooradoyle) Wednesday 21st March 7.30 p.m. (Devon Inn, Templeglantine)
Team Limerick Clean-Up4 announces “Loving Limerick” Valentines competition The hugely successful Team Limerick Clean-up (TLC) is set to take place for the fourth consecutive year this Good Friday 30th March 2018 and registration is now open on www.teamlimerickcleanup.ie. […]
Great news for Limerick in the latest Irish Business Against Litter report! Well done to all communities mentioned. It's fantastic to see the progress made in keeping areas clean year-round...it gives us less to do each Good Friday! ...
LIMERICK city has cleaned up in the twice-yearly Irish Business Against Litter (Ibal) ‘anti-litter league’. The city now sits 17th in the league of 40 towns and cities across Ireland, and is ranked 'Clean to European Norms’. And there is even better news, as the the inspectors...