Balbriggan Tidy Towns & Volunteers Beach Clean Up

July 22, 2013 0

Balbriggan Tidy Towns put a call out for a beach clean up to take place on Saturday 20th July and some very willing volunteers turned up to help out. Between the 10th and 16th July three Tidy Towns volunteers picked 25 bags of rubbish from the beach, harbour and carpark area. With the extra bodies on Saturday they were able to litter pick the beach and Quay st car park, cut the very overgrown grass area in Church Street and paint the new Tidy Towns base which is the Old Life Guard’s hut. A BIG well done to all involved!

If you have some time to help out pop down next Saturday at 11:00am and some more good news, the lifeguard hut now stores bags for picking up rubbish (Fingal County Council bags) so if your down around the beach and feel like doing a bit of cleaning up pop into the lifeguard hut and pick up a bag. Every little bit of help goes along way. Let’s lead the way in Balbriggan and have the cleanest beach in Ireland!