5 June 2023

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Galway Tidy Towns asking businesses to adopt a spot under a new initiative.

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Galway Tidy Towns asking businesses to adopt a spot under a new initiative.

Galway Businesses are being asked to Adopt A Spot under a new initiative that will be launched tomorrow afternoon.

The launch will take place in Easons in Shop Street at 2pm.

Galway Tidy Towns is asking businesses to look after the front of their premises and the City Council will do the rest.

Galway City Tidy Towns Chairperson Niall McNelis explains…

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