24 May 2022

Kilkenny urged to put best foot forward in Tidy Towns

KKB chair appeals for people to keep things tidy


State Street staff, pictured with KKB chair Pat Boyd, have already been helping this year’s Tidy Townsefforts, removing ten sacks of litter from the ring road and approach roads to the city

The 2022 Tidy Towns campaign is well under way, and in the city, KKB is asking everyone for their assistance in keeping outside homes and businesses looking as well as possible.

Neatness and tidiness will help with keeping the city clean and scoring well in the upcoming awards.

KKB chairman Pat Boyd says all help is much appreciated to keep streets and estates looking clean and tidy.

State Street staff have already been helping this year’s Tidy Towns get off to a good start ahead of adjudication, which takes place in June. A 21-person team of volunteers fanned out over the ring road and approach roads and removed ten sacks of litter.

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