Cleaner Communities 2018
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The annual Cleaner Communities Awards were held in the Carlton Hotel, Dublin Airport on Tuesday 10th October 2017. The popularity of Fingal’s community based anti-litter competition continues to grow. There were 76 entries across 15 different categories, ranging from Best Front Garden to the Best Example of Business Waste Management Initiative.
The Overall Winner on the night was awarded to Swords Tidy Towns for their work in improving the appearance of the St. Colmcille’s Well area. The area is now an oasis of calm for the whole community to enjoy.
Mayor of Fingal, Cllr. Mary McCamley, and and Fingal County Council Chief Executive, Paul Reid, joined the winners on the night to celebrate their achievements. Cllr. McCamley congratulated the winners saying, “The Cleaner Communities Competition fosters great community spirit and we owe a great deal of gratitude to these people involved”. Paul Reid also remarked that “the exceptional standard this year is a continuing testament to the pride Fingal residents and businesses have for the environment in which we work and live”.
Many community groups from throughout Fingal participated in this year’s event. A full list of winners can be downloaded below
Winner of Cleaner Communities 2017
Photo Caption: Swords Tidy Town - George Mongey, Isobell McClean, Teresa Cosgrave, Mayor of Fingal Cllr. Mary McCamley, Kev Duffy, Matt Cullen, Noel Cosgrave and Fingal County Chief Executive, Paul Reid
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