LIMERICK Tidy Towns groups are being alerted that the competition’s adjudicators will be visiting towns, villages and neighbourhoods across the city and county from now until the end of the month.
Initial judging will take place over the next few weeks, while the second round adjudications for those still in the running for awards will take place in July.
To help achieve what could be Limerick’s best overall results, Mayor Daniel Butler has encouraged every person to do their bit and help out.
“It takes a massive amount of effort and commitment to do well in Tidy Towns so I would ask that everyone would do their best to assist groups in every way they can but particularly by being responsible for their own litter by putting their litter in a bin or bringing their litter home with them.”
“This is your chance to support Limerick. Everyone wants to see groups move up through the ranks of the National Tidy Towns competition and we can help them in their task.”
A total of 48 groups across Limerick are registered for this year’s competition.