Mayor wishes thousands of volunteers well ahead of Team Limerick Clean-Up 6

  • TLC6 (Pic Don Moloney)

The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick is wishing the thousands of people who have volunteered for this year’s Team Limerick Clean-Up the very best of luck this Good Friday (Friday 02 April 2021).

Cllr Michael Collins said: “Good Friday has become synonymous with TLC in Limerick and it gives me great pleasure in wishing you all the very best of luck for this year’s Team Limerick Clean-Up.”

“It’s been an unusual 12 months and it’s great that some of our important annual events are being scheduled again.”

“It is a credit to all the volunteers who are willing to give up their Good Friday morning to clean up their areas, giving their homes and gardens a spring clean.”

“You are showing true Limerick spirit.”

“Communities right across Limerick have shown such resilience and fortitude in facing the Covid-19 pandemic and while we see the light at the end of the tunnel coming into focus, we still have a way to go. We need to stay strong and stay safe, and hold firm this little bit longer.”

“Now while this year’s Team Limerick Clean-Up is a little different, it is no less important.”

“We can support our neighbours and friends in helping to keep our neighbourhoods and estates clean and welcoming.”

“I hope you enjoy TLC 2021 but remember to continue to follow the health guidelines while participating.”

“Thanks once again to the JP McManus Benevolent Fund and Limerick City and County Council for funding and co-ordinating this great initiative, Mr Binman, Live95, Limerick Leader and Limerick Post who have always been fantastic supporters of it and of course to the thousands of volunteers.”

“Go raibh míle maith agaibh agus Luimneach Abú!”

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