Who wants the prize €1,000 by cleaning on Good Friday?

Dublin City Council offered €1,000 to the local community who best cleans up their area this Good Friday. It encourages community groups, residents, environmental groups and businesses in Dublin to come out and support the clean-up in their local area.

Lord Mayor Brendan Carr launched the Team Dublin Clean-Up today to make Dublin a clean city.

The council will provide clean up equipment and remove of all litter collected by the groups taking part.

 “I encourage everyone to get involved in this year’s Team Dublin Clean-up. We all love our city so let’s take pride in where we live and help to keep it clean.” - informed the Lord Mayor of Dublin Brendan Carr.

To make Dublin`s areas clean, beautiful and attractive places to live and visit, every year groups across the city carry out huge efforts.

There are over 40 registered groups what arranged an egg hunt for children along with other treats.

All groups taking part will be entered into the Dublin City Neighbourhoods Competition for their efforts and groups in each area with the best community effort will be in with a chance to win €1,000 for their community at the citywide awards ceremony. It is planning to be held in Croke Park in September.

To get involved, please contact your local area office who will arrange for you to receive equipment collect rubbish collected by your group on the same day.

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