Tripping The Summer Camp FantasticAugust 11, 2017
Ever Wondered What’s Inside That Masonic Hall…?July 4, 2017
Like any part of the world, from Timbuktu to Tallaght, Greystones has a small minority of Feckus Maximus Twatus who like to see the world around them as one great big dumping ground.
Luckily, there are also those among us those who feel that treating this great big community garden we all live in that way is complete and utter bolloxology.
In the case of the Charlesland volunteers who set about cleaning up the Three Trout River on Sunday, these latter lovers of the land were willing to do something about it too, spending their afternoon pulling all kinds of discarded crap from this local beauty spot.
And what a haul Erikia Nikiskina and friends managed to bring back to dry land. Think of it as The Generation Game for scumbags, Erika the gang pulling from the river three couches, several tables, office chairs, motion sensor lights, fencing, tyres, and kids toys alongside, of course, bottles of all shapes and sizes, beer cans and some lazy-ass fecker’s regular grass cuttings.
With Wicklow County Council stating they’ll be in to clear some of foliage around the Three Trout River in two weeks time, Erika and co are hoping they can then reach the parts that were out of bounds to them yesterday.
We’ll let you know when the next clean-out is happening. The kids mucking in yesterday apparently had a pretty wonderful time…
In the meantime, let’s all just look after this place. No matter what football team you support, there’s very little logic in crapping on the pitch.
You can find out more about the Three Trout River here.