Mayor of Limerick sends good wishes to volunteers ahead of TLC6

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Dean Nolan and Patrick Nolan take part in TLC 4 Picture: Alan Place

TLC 6 takes place on Good Friday

THE Mayor of the City and County of Limerick is wishing the thousands of people who have volunteered for this year’s Team Limerick Clean-Up the very best of luck.

Speaking ahead of TLC 6 which takes place on Good Friday, Cllr Michael Collins said: “It’s been an unusual 12 months and it’s great that some of our important annual events are being scheduled again. It is a credit to all the volunteers who are willing to give up their Good Friday morning to clean up their areas giving their homes and gardens a spring clean.”

Because of Covid-19, volunteers are being asked to clean with their own home and bubble - in compliance with current guidelines.  

“Communities right across Limerick have shown such resilience and fortitude in facing the Covid-19 pandemic and while we see the light at the end of the tunnel coming into focus, we still have a way to go. We need to stay strong and stay safe, and hold firm this little bit longer," said Mayor Collins.

 "Now while this year’s Team Limerick Clean-Up is a little different, it is no less important. We can support our neighbours and friends in helping to keep our neighbourhoods and estates clean and welcoming," he added.