Clean­ing and tidy­ing at Su­gar­loaf Cres­cent

Bray People - - NEWS -

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.

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