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Fairview Park Clean-up

Many of you are aware of the Fairview Park Restoration Committee (FPRC) and our ongoing concern regarding the safety and current condition of the playground and surrounding area.

A couple of months ago the FPRC suggested to Dublin City Council (DCC) that a community clean-up should be organised prior to the opening of the restored park. However, the restoration will not commence until early 2011. The FPRC remain concerned with the litter in and around both the current playgrounds. Considering this we want to push ahead with a comunity clean-up of these areas in the park.

It has been arranged that DCC will meet those interested in helping out at their Depot in the park at 11am on Saturday 6th November. Gloves and bags will be supplied.

We are asking you, and anyone else who you believe would be interested in being involved, to take park in this essential clean-up of these areas in the park that all our children use most frequently. This is our park. We believe this is a significant moment in Fairview park’s future. Our communities need to join together now and in the future to create a sense of ownership in our communities. The clean-up won’t take long but will mean so much.

Please join us on the 6th of November and forward this information to any organisation or people who you believe would like to get involved.

Please advise Bonnie Brady on (086) 86 21676 if you will be able to attend.

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    Elvia Dumbleton:

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