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Wednesday 15 August 2018

Many volunteer for Lions Club 'Clean Sweep'

LOCAL schools are coming on board in the Lions Club 'clean sweep' of Bray this month, to get to grips with some of the worst hit litter blackspots around the town.The town is set to receive a major facelift on May 21 as the Lions Club targets the Killarney Road, the People's Park and the Dargle River in a major spring clean session.

LOCAL schools are coming on board in the Lions Club 'clean sweep' of Bray this month, to get to grips with some of the worst hit litter blackspots around the town.

The town is set to receive a major facelift on May 21 as the Lions Club targets the Killarney Road, the People's Park and the Dargle River in a major spring clean session.

Local schools and youth clubs are getting involved in the clean up and hoping to raise some sponsorship money at the same time.

'The idea is that we are hoping to get schools and youth groups involved by running it as a sponsored event and any sponsorship money the schools collect goes back into the school or youth club or football club,' said Lions Club president Danny Bohan.

'We're waiting for all the junior and secondary schools to join up, and we want as many businesses as we can get to come on board as sponsors - just to clean up their own areas, shops and factories,

If you'd like to get involved in the Clean Sweep for Bray, call Jerry Teehan on 086 8269920 or Danny Bohan on 086 8177355.

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