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Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien, Pat Kelly and Cllr. Brian Dennehy at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien, Pat Kelly and Cllr. Brian Dennehy at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Ishbel, Gillian and Lauren, students from Loreto College, Balbriggan at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Ishbel, Gillian and Lauren, students from Loreto College, Balbriggan at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Cllr. Robert O'Donoghue and Pat Kelly at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Cllr. Robert O'Donoghue and Pat Kelly at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Ladies from the ICA, Cllr. Brian Dennehy, Cllr. Robert O'Donoghue and Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

Ladies from the ICA, Cllr. Brian Dennehy, Cllr. Robert O'Donoghue and Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

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Minister for Housing, Darragh O'Brien, Pat Kelly and Cllr. Brian Dennehy at the launch of Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas Cards and Calendar.

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It’s not Christmas in Lusk without the launch of the Lusk Tidy Towns Christmas cards and calendar.

The annual tradition sparks the start of the festive season in the north Fingal town and this year was no different.

Local TD and Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien TD visited the village to help launch the Lusk Tidy Towns Committee Christmas card and calendar, this year.

Minister O’Brien said he was delighted to be asked to launch the card by the secretary of the Committee, Pat Kelly.

“The committee have been producing these wonderful cards and calendars for almost three decades now,” he said.

They all feature a scene from Lusk, and have a global reach, being sent all across the globe for Christmas.

The cards are available in local shops and all the proceeds go to help the annual Tidy Towns effort in Lusk.

The cards are a wonderful way of sending a little bit of Lusk to people who have left the village for all sorts of far flung destinations across the globe.

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