A 12ft motorised litter eating monster was joined by TLC volunteers and representatives from the JP McManus Benevolent Fund at the stadium grounds to announce details of this year’s clean-up, which takes place on Good Friday, 14th April. The Monster Sculpture will be used as this year’s mascot for TLC and a competition to name…

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Team Limerick Clean3 has now been launched! A 12ft motorised litter eating monster was joined by TLC volunteers and representatives from the JP McManus Benevolent Fund at the stadium grounds to announce details of this year’s clean-up, which takes place on Good Friday, 14th April. The Monster Sculpture will be used as this year’s mascot…

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Take a look below for a glimpse of what happened around Limerick during TLC2. I Love Limerick’s Richard Lynch interviews Paul O’Connell, JP McManus and Helen O’Donnell on how important Team Limerick Clean-up has become to the City and County and how it has began to create a movement on a daily basis rather than…

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Signing up and registering for TLC2 was 13 year old Luke Culhane, Castletroy creator of the #CreateNoHate campaign. Luke was joined by his brother Leo, 8 and sister, Grace, 11. Take a look below:   [justified_image_grid preset=1 row_height=600 ng_album=25 ng_lightbox_gallery=yes]

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Have a listen below to Paul O’Connell’s recent chat with Joe Nash on Live 95FM detailing life after his big announcement, looking back on his illustrious career and of course how everyone can help and get involved with TLC2 throughout Limerick. You can still sign up on the website through our easy sign up form…

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RTE’s Emma O’Driscoll, launched the Team Limerick Clean-up Instagram site on Tuesday 24th February. Team.Limerick.Cleanup on Instagram will keep volunteers and members of the public up to date on planned clean-ups and groups who have signed up! Emma O Driscoll at the Launch of TLC’s Instagram On Good Friday, 3rd April 2015, a massive clean-up…

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High hopes Limerick Clean up will help change attitudes Councillors hope a major community-based clean up of Limerick in April will shame those continuing to litter into stopping. More than 5,000 people have signed up to take part in the first ever Team Limerick Clean-Up across the city and county on Good Friday. Thousands of…

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