More Inishowen clean ups this
THE Big Donegal Clean
Up continues this weekend across Inishowen with
community clean ups planned for St. Johnston, Malin
Head, Drumfries, Culdaff and Bridgend.
Pearse McCrory, Litter Warden for the Inishowen
Municipal District, is encouraging people to come
along and join in the clean up saying it is a great
community event and its a way of getting to know
people in your area. Last weekend we had the
Inishowen Community Clean up and it was great to see
so many people out and about lending a helping hand.
It really makes such a difference to have an extra
pair of hands doing this type of work and you never
know you might even enjoy it.
Catherina and Michelle Doherty
who participated in the Inishowen Community Clean up
at Mindoran, Clonmany on Saturday the 6th of April
There is still plenty
of time to take part in the Big Donegal Clean Up by
organising a clean up in your own area. All you have
to do is call the council on 074 91 53900 or call
into to any council office to register. Donegal
County Council provides bags, pickers and high vis
vests and then collects the rubbish from designated
points at agreed times.
Moville / Greencastle
volunteers who joined the Inishowen Community Clean
up last weekend.
This weekend, Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th April,
clean ups will take place in Inishowen as follows:
Big Village Clean Up by residents, businesses and
community this Saturday in St Johnston. The centre
will be open from 9am 1pm with tea and coffee for
all volunteers. Litter pickers, high viz jackets,
black bags available in the resource centre anytime
this week for all the ongoing clean ups thats
happening all week. A skip will be in place at the
centre supplied by Donegal County Council.
Malin Head Youth Club are having a clean up on
Saturday, meeting at the Malin Head Community Centre
at 10am. There are bags, pickers etc available in
the centre from now on if anyone wants to have a
clean up of their area before then.
Drumfries Community Clean Up on Saturday, meeting
at Slieve Sneacht Centre at 11am.
Culdaff Tidy Town clean up, meeting at the Wee
Hall in Culdaff at 10.30am, refreshments in the hall
Drumadooey / Bridgend Residents clean up, meeting
where the 19th hole used to be on Saturday from
Anyone who would like
to take part in any of the clean ups mentioned can
find more information on
times and meeting points here .