During COVID lockdowns and restrictions Bray Tidy Towns were delighted with the volunteer response from the Bray Community. Many individuals and small family groups adopted areas where they gathered litter. Litter black-spots were tackled with a new energy and determination to keep our place looking 'the best it can be'. Bray moved up the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) list to 7th from a previous 19th at a critical time during COVID lockdowns where local footfall had increased.
Volunteers Get to Work on Upper Dargle Road
Bray Tidy Towns volunteers were out in force last Saturday on what was (quite happily) an unusually sunny March day.
18 bags of rubbish were removed from the area, see the before and after pictures below.
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Flowers bloom in Bray
Bray is bloomin' gorgeous this month as flowers our committee planted in the last few years start to come into their own.
The miniature daffodils are located on Duncairn Terrace, and the the purple crocuses are popping up in the Church at the Cornerstone Well.
The crocuses were planted by Bray Rotary Club, with help from Bray Tidy Towns.
Graffiti Team Get a Head Start in 2018
Rain or shine, you'll find the Bray Tidy Towns graffiti team out and about, restoring Bray's surfaces to their former glory.
January 6th 2018 was a particularly rainy Saturday, however - volunteers managed to get work done on the Albert Walk, Upper Dargle Road, Florence Road, and Dwyer Park.
If you notice any graffiti black spots, let us know and we'll endeavour to tidy them up.