Take part in the Big Spring Clean

Published: 5th April 2016

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is encouraging schools, businesses, youth and community groups to get involved in the Big Spring Clean by tidying up their locality or neighbourhood during the month of April.

The Council can help by supplying litter pickers, hi vis vests and bags, as well as by collecting bags of rubbish after an event. To arrange a litter pick or clean up, and to book equipment, please contact the Council’s Recycling Education Officer Anthea Owens, tel: 0300 303 1777 or email: anthea.owens@fermanaghomagh.com


Register your Big Spring Clean event on the Liveherelovehere website: www.liveherelovehere.org and claim a free clean-up kit.

To register:

  1. Log on to www.liveherelovehere.org
  2. Login (top right hand of the screen) using your details
  3. Select My Profile to create your profile and add address details. Add your event and the free clean-up kit will be sent to you.


Don’t forget to log back in when your clean-up is completed and fill in the results so that a certificate of participation to thank you for taking part can be sent.


Commenting on the Big Spring Clean the Chairman of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Thomas O’Reilly encouraged residents of the district to get involved with the tidy-up initiative. “The Big Spring Clean is a very successful annual event when individuals and groups can demonstrate pride in their environment and locality by giving it a spruce up or picking up letter in their own surroundings. We have a beautiful and scenic district which attracts visitors from all over the world and we want to show it off to best advantage. The Council works hard all year round to keep it clean and tidy and litter-free, so I would encourage as many people as possible to take part in a local litter-pick or clean up”, he added.

For more information and to register your event for the BIG Spring Clean 2016 visit: www.liveherelovehere.org , follow us on Facebook and Twitter or contact Peter Robson at Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful on 028 9073 6920.




For further information please contact Elizabeth Harkin, tel 0300 303 1777 or email Elizabeth.harkin@fermanaghomagh.com

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