TIDY TOWNS TREASURE TRAIL
THE children of Greystones have been pursuing treasure since the start of the week, as part of Tidy Towns’ waste prevention initiative.
Children between the ages of 11 to 13 are invited to take part in the town-wide treasure trail.
With the support of local businesses a series of clues will allow the kids to find the participating business to collect waste prevention tips.
There will be a prize for anyone who collects all nine tips.
Entry forms are available in the library as well as having been sent out to local schools and completed entry forms can be returned to the library by next Monday, May 23.
Keep an eye out for the posters done by students of St David’s which display the tip but also demonstrate how the business community is putting waste prevention into practice to keep costs down.
Meanwhile, Tidy Towns is asking people to give their ideas in return for the chance to win €100.
The competition is open until Monday, May 23. You can enter the competition by posting a tip on the Greystones Tidy Towns Facebook page under the competition post.
St Brigids students Fiona Fickett, Mark Cronin, David Cojocaru, Talullah Ní Chionnaith with Marie McCooey of Greystones Tidy Towns, Jim Callery of Wicklow County Council and Paula Gilbert from St Brigid’s School.