Skerries Tidy Towns Launches Adopt-A-Patch

Skerries Tidy TownsPictured at the launch of Adopt a Patch by Skerries Tidy Towns, which took place last week at Skerries Mills are Aaron Doyle (SuperValu), with Tidy Towns committee members, Frances Owens and Breege Madden

Skerries Tidy Towns, in association with the County Council and SuperValu re-launched their ‘Adopt-A-Patch at Skerries Mills recently.
This successful scheme is now in it’s fifth year, and the group would welcome new and existing volunteers to take charge of an open space, laneway or pedestrian area and keep it clean and litter free. This has proved very successful in the past for Skerries Tidy Towns. The County Council co-operate by providing bags and collecting the full bags from convenient points around the town.
The committee are hoping that this initiative will continue to be a success and will help in Skerries achieving a high place once again in the national competition.