We would like to thank all of those involved in our Spring Clean this year. Despite inclement weather, we had a good turn out and much was achieved.
Our schools (Scoil Mhuire, St. Anne’s, Rathmichael, St. Brendan’s), our three churches (St. Anne’s, Rathmichael, Crinken), Shankill Bible Club, Shankill Football Club, Cuala GAA, Shankill Tennis Club, 52nd and 36th Scouts (in particular Rathmichael Beavers and Cubs), local Residents’ Associations (Athgoe, Corbawn, Rathmichael, SSRA, Castlefarm, Seaview, Crinken (RA in the reforming!), DLRCoCo, PANDA, photographers John Coveney and Nicole Le Saout, Grassmatters and Eco Tree Care, the new owners of Shankill Shopping Centre, Shankill Financial Services, the residents who helped in the lead-up to the day and of course all of those who braved the elements to come out on the day.
Thank you for helping to make and keep Shankill a beautiful place to live, work and play in.
“Seanchill, tá cuma breá ort.”
Shankill Tidy Towns
THANK YOU to everyone who came out on Saturday 13th April in the lashing rain to help clean up Shankill. We got loads of work done thanks to all who volunteered their time and efforts. The place is looking really great this morning in the sunshine!
Only a few days to go to our annual spring clean. Let’s hope the weather stays dry. If you would like to contact us regarding further details or if you would like advice or help with your own estate/road clean up please call 086 4103299.
Meeting at 2pm at Garda Station and the top of Quinn’s Road. Litter pickers, bags and gloves will be provided. If you have any shovels, brushes, wheel barrows etc please bring them along.
See you on Saturday!