Busy Class from Colaiste Pobail Osrai

 

Congratulations to all the pupils from Colaiste Pobail Osrai for all their hard work and their spring clean of the pedestrian and cycle way serving the Fairways, Beech Lawns, the Orchard and Pococke.

On 27th April,  16 first year students, with their teacher Caoimhin, picked up litter along the Fairways walk way. They were participating in Neat Streets, an anti litter programme for Secondary Schools. After 90 minutes 18 bags of rubbish and a trolley had been removed. Great credit is due to the friendly and enthusiastic students of Colaiste Pobail Osrai for the smashing job they did.

The Big Big clean up! KKB working together, winning together

A rolling series of “Big Big Clean up’s” are to take place through out Kilkenny City.

On the 2nd of February our first “Spring Clean” took place  in the Fairways, Pococke, Ashfield, the Orchard, Roselawn and new Orchard.  We had wonderful weather for the event.

If you want to volunteer to   take part in our future “Big Big Clean ups” why not  let us know  at [email protected] giving your contact details and mobile number.

Why not sign up for KKB’s text alert then you can ensure you are informed and just pick the date(s) that suit? Contact us on  086 2514041.   We will text you with information on our future events.

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Signs advertising the "Big Big clean up" were erected through out the area. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Signs advertising the “Big Big clean up” were erected through out the area. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Some of the large number of volunteers who took part in the Clean up. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Some of the large number of volunteers who took part in the Clean up. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

KKB Chairman David Fitzgerald erecting information sign. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

KKB Chairman David Fitzgerald erecting information sign. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful