Cleaning and tidying at Sugarloaf Crescent
The residents of Sugarloaf Crescent were out in force last week and at the weekend getting stuck into their annual estate clean and tidy up.
This was held in conjunction with the An Taisce National Spring Clean Up for the month of April.
They joined many communities all over the country in taking pride in their local environment.
Residents removed weeds from kerbsides, edged grass verges and generally swept and tidied up.
Sugarloaf Crescent looked absolutely marvellous after the efforts of the group of neighbours.
Children helped out and were particularly good at removing litter, cans and bottles from the hedging on the periphery of green areas of the estate.
‘I think residents should be very proud of what they achieved, the estate is looking very well and it’s down to their hard work,’ said Patricia O’Leary who is Hon Secretary of Sugarloaf Crescent Residents Association.
Bray Municiapl District supplied the residents with bags and the Wicklow Environmental Section of Wicklow County Council supplied gloves and litter picks.
An Taise ran out of clean-up packs due to high demand this year.
‘Residents greatly appreciate the support we get from Bray Municipal District and Wicklow County Council for this event,’ said Patricia.
Everyone involved put lots of effort in to keeping their estate clean and tidy.
Noel Byrne, Patricia O’Leary, Gerry Callaghan, Josh Murtagh-Greaney and Rhys Lally.