Narrative Four wins Limerick City Tidy Towns contest

Nick Rabbitts


Nick Rabbitts


Narrative Four win Limerick City Tidy Towns contest

Narrative Four opened in O'Connell Street last summer

A CITY centre non-profit company which uses storytelling to promote social change, has won the annual Limerick City Tidy Towns award.

Narrative Four, based at 58 O’Connell Street, won the title at a special ceremony held this Thursday evening in the Hunt Museum.

The business won the title following a vote by the general public.

For the last three years, members of the tidy towns committee have awarded a monthly prize to a business owner who has kept their premises in a particularly clean state.

At the end of each year, a public vote is held to decide an annual winner.

And, appropriately in year four, it is Narrative Four’s turn to pick up the award.

Runner-up is O’Connell’s Butchers in Little Ellen Street, and in third position came Nelly’s Corner at Nicholas Street.

For more pictures, and reaction, see the Leader, out Wednesday.