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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.

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