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Swords Tidy Towns Volunteer

Swords Tidy Towns

About Swords Tidy Towns

Swords Tidy Towns Committee's aim is to enhance the appearance of our town, making the town a more attractive place to live, work and do business in.

Please check our website here: Swords Tidy Towns

What's Involved

Swords Tidy Towns volunteers care for the town of Swords. They generate enthusiasm and co-operation in order to enhance the natural and built environment. Our work is varied, but includes litter-picking, hedge trimming, graffiti removal, planting flowerbeds, biodiversity work, fundraising, liaising with residents associations, local business and Council, and generally improving the Swords area. If you have an interest in any of the above and want to see a better Swords, please contact us. Weekly clean-up which takes place every Saturday 11am-1pm in Swords

What's required for this position

No particular skills required, yet all skills welcome such as gardening, communication, IT, PR, interpersonal, working as part of a team.

  • Advocacy/ Lobbyist
  • Community Development/ Social work
  • Personable Skills
  • Trades/ Operative/ Manual

Level of English required for this role:
Basic English

Times and commitment required for this role


Minimum time commitment: 3 months

Hours required: 1hrs Twice per week

Other Details

Location of volunteering opportunity:
Swords village, North County Dublin

Also available in these counties
Dublin - Fingal

Screening details for this role:

  • No screening

Volunteers will be provided with the following supports:

  • Support/ advice/ recognition
  • Supervision
  • Insurance cover

Age restrictions:
No age restrictions

Is this opportunity suitable for groups/teams of volunteers?

Benefits you will receive as a volunteer

Swords Tidy Towns introduces volunteers to a friendly bunch of people, the opportunity to work in a team, develop sense of pride in the local area, learn about the historical significance of Swords and influence the development of the area.

Getting there

Carpark ColourTrend, opposite of the Garda Station

  • This opportunity is posted by:
  • Volunteer Centre: Fingal
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