Bray is ‘clean to Euro­pean norms’

Wicklow People (Arklow) - - NEWS -

Bray is ‘ Clean to Euro­pean Norms’ once again in the lat­est Ir­ish Busi­ness Against Lit­ter (IBAL) sur­vey.

The town is in 28th place among a group of 40 towns and cities all over Ire­land and the only County Wick­low lo­ca­tion in­cluded in this lat­est sur­vey.

Bray has climbed four places since the pre­vi­ous sur­vey. In 2010, the town took first place.

Ac­cord­ing to the re­port, Bray has done just enough to re­tain clean sta­tus in re­cent years.

‘A good re­sult, but a long way from the top spot in the rank­ings which the town once en­joyed.’

The re­port iden­ti­fied im­prove­ments at the re­cy­cling cen­tre as well as ma­jor works at the Dart sta­tion, with the whole area look­ing very well.

‘There are two sites in Bray which have stub­bornly re­mained heav­ily lit­tered for a num­ber of years – Up­per Dar­gle Road and Quins­boro car park,’ ac­cord­ing to the re­port.

Also ac­cord­ing to the re­port, the Bray - Wex­ford road was free of lit­ter.

Tara Craw­ford, Caro­line Harte and Ash­leigh Craw­ford en­joy­ing the Phil Lyn­nott trib­ute night, ‘Kings Call for the Home­less’, in the HotSpot in Grey­stones.

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