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It’s been a busy few months in 2019 for us in Cobh Tidy Towns. We have been litter picking each week. In 2018 our volunteers gathered 752 bags of dropped litter. To date (end February) we have picked 111 bags. Please do not throw rubbish from your car and help us by picking up and binning one piece when you are out walking. The new litter warden has successfully issued fines relating to illegal dumping of bags and we welcome this.

Your community group or residents association can register for the 2019 National Spring Clean in April at www.nationalspringclean.org for a free clean up kit.

Amongst our other projects Hydrangeas on the WatersEdge have been pruned; street signs have been washed; Titanic Memorial Garden Railings have been painted and area tidied; pollinator friendly plants put in at the IFI bank; Promenade tiled steps polished up and pole/bollard painting has begun. All the bulbs we planted in Autumn are bringing beautiful spring colour to barrels and boats all around town.

With the upcoming local and european elections we again request a poster free zone from the boundary of the Tay Road in to Cobh as has been acknowledged in the last Presidential and National election as well as Referenda over the last few years. Help us keep Cobh clean and reduce single use plastic corriboard, cable ties and visual clutter. Join us Saturdays at 10am Whitepoint Playground .

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