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‘Spring Clean’ month fast approaching

Doneyloop dumping

Illegal dumping near Doneyloop.

DONEGAL County Council is appealing to individuals and community groups to take part in this year’s annual National Spring Clean, which runs from April 1 to April 30.

The council supports groups intending to carry out a clean-up of their area by providing bags, gloves and litter pickers. If you are interested in organising a community clean-up. contact the Environment Section on 074 91 53900 – it couldn’t be easier.

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By posting details, pictures and videos of your events on the council’s Facebook and Twitter pages, and National Spring Clean’s Facebook, page you can show the world all the great work you’ve done.

It’s also the quickest way to find out what’s going on, and where, in Spring Clean 2015.

To register for National Spring Clean, and get extra resources, call their Hotline on 014002219 or register online by logging onto www.nationalspringclean.org or www.facebook.com/NationalSpringClean

You can also follow the National Spring Clean on Twitter and Flicker.

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