Team Limerick Clean-Up 6 registration form live for individuals

REPRO FREE 20/01/2020 Blue team - Mark O'Driscoll, Kate O'Driscoll, Niall Ward and Laura O'Driscoll underage hurling and football players with Kildimo - Pallaskenry GAA Club and Green team - Liam Kiely, Conor Blake and Adam Rogers Phelan underage hurling and football players with St. Patrick’s GAA Club were photographed with Paul O’Connell, TLC Ambassador at the Launch of Team Limerick Clean Up 6 in the LIT Gaelic Grounds. Registration is now open for the sixth edition of Team Limerick Clean-Up (TLC), due to take place on Good Friday, 10th April, across Limerick City and County. Volunteers are urged to sign up early at and join the 20,000+ volunteers expected to once again show their support for their locality. Pic: Don Moloney

THE main registration form for individual participants is now live on Team Limerick Clean-Up’s website, ahead of this year’s ‘different but doable’ effort taking place this Good Friday.

Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, TLC are only accepting registrations of interest from individuals and those within their household bubble. Anybody interested in participating is now asked to visit and complete the registration steps.TLC is unable to accommodate groups, clubs and businesses this year due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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As it has been announced that Ireland will be at Level 5 of the HSE’s Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 framework on April 2nd, this year’s tidy up will be different to previous years. Participants will be asked to clean within their household boundaries only and are encouraged to treat TLC6 as a ‘spring clean’ – tidying attics, clearing out cupboards, washing windows, emptying the garage, weeding the garden and everything in between. More information on this will be provided closer to Good Friday.

Schools can expect to receive information this week in relation to their separate tidy-up, with a planned cleaning week of March 22nd this year.

Team Limerick Clean-Up is an initiative sponsored by the JP McManus Benevolent Fund and supported by Limerick City and County Council. Endorsed by Paul O’Connell, official partners include Mr Binman, The Limerick Leader, Live95 and Limerick Post.