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Anti-Litter Challenge 2023

Cork County Council is pleased to announce the launch the 2023 Anti-Litter Challenge competition. The competition, which has been running for 23 years returns for the first time since 2019 due to Covid. The Anti-Litter Challenge rewards voluntary community groups who tackle litter in their localities and is a great way to build community spirit. In previous years over 110 towns and villages across the county have entered.

The annual Anti-Litter Challenge showcases the energy and dedication of the local communities in Cork County and is a prime example of what can be achieved by a partnership approach between the Council and the Community. The objectives of the competition are to reduce litter pollution in the county as a whole and to encourage community solutions to litter pollution.

Closing Date for Applications: Tuesday 25th April

Judging Dates:
First Period: May 15th – May 24th
Second Period: May 29th – June 7th
Third Period: June 12th – June 21st

For Enquiries please email: 

or Tel: (021) 4532758.

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