Dublin Community Clean-Up 2023 took place on World Earth Day, April 22nd and was proudly supported by the four Dublin local authorities.
The event was first created in 2019. Building on the success of previous calls to action such as Dodder Action Day, Dublin Canals Action Day, Team Dublin Clean-up and Dublin Waters Action day, the groups have all come together for Dublin’s biggest volunteer clean-up on the city’s streets, canals, rivers, mountains and coastline.
From the mountains to the sea let’s make Dublin litter-free.
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Dublin Community Clean Up Day 2022
The Dublin Community Clean-up 2022 took place on from the 10th to the 18th of September at locations all around the capital.
This event was a perfect occasion to commend and highlight the vast year-round work being carried out by volunteer groups such as Tidy Towns, Residents groups, Youth groups and various voluntary organisations from across Dublin.
Where did the clean-up events take place in the past?
Clean-ups took place in several coastal areas around Dublin, such as Portmarnock, Suton, Sandycove, Monkstown and Killiney. In addition, clean-ups were organised on our rivers and canals, for example along the Camac, the Liffey, the Ward, the Dodder, the Poddle and the Grand and Royal Canals. Finally, people also organised clean-up events in our villages and neighbourhoods including in Swords, Lucan, Clondalkin, Stoneybatter, Phibsborough, Santry, Finglas, Monkstown, The Liberties, Ballyfermot, Bluebell, Ranelagh, Donnybrook, Ongar, Raheny, Clontarf, Balrothery, Rialto, Ringsend, Palmerstown, Irishtown, Terenure, Mulhuddart, Sutton, Drimnagh, Arbour Hill, Tallaght, Kilmainham, Ballsbridge Inchicore and various other locations throughout the county.