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  • Clean Up The world – Thanks

    The ESG would like to thank everyone who helped make the Clean up weekend the huge success it was. Due to the number of people involved we have tried to include as many as possible here. Should anyone have been left out we apologise in advance.
    The weekend was a positive and uplifting experience for those who took part. Clean up the World Australia (head office) will soon receive a report on what was achieved in Gibraltar which will be published on their website showing actions around the globe. Thanks again to the community of Gibraltar for rising to the challenge of this, our first ever, Clean up the World weekend.

    ESG Committee

    Grateful acknowledgment therefore goes to:-

    Clean ups by:-

    Royal Gibraltar Police recruits and diving section
    Gibraltar Fire Brigade abseiling and Fire Safety Section
    Duke of Edinburgh
    Mount Production
    Round Table
    Youth Service
    Gibraltar Heritage Trust
    JM Memorial
    Amigos del Camino de Santiago
    Ministry of Defence
    Reform Party
    Master Services
    Westside School
    Gibraltar Students Association
    Toyota Gibraltar Stockholding
    St. John�fs Ambulance Cadets
    Gibraltar Rhythm Gymnastics
    Environmental officials in a personal capacity
    Over 100 individuals
    GBC TV
    Radio Gibraltar supporting the event at the square and out in the field. Local media support

    Parade supported by:
    Minister for the Environment
    St Joseph�fs First School
    Notre Dame School
    Mount Production
    Cub Scouts
    Gibraltar Students Association
    Gibraltar Rhythm Gymnastics and members of the public
    �œDisplays by:
    �œ Environmental artwork supplied by:
    St Joseph�fs First School
    Notre Dame First School
    Westside School
    Governor�fs Meadow School
    Arts & Crafts Society
    Dance performance by Gibraltar Dance Academy
    Singing performance by St. Joseph�fs First School
    Live music provided by:
    Adrian Pisarello with Darrell Alman and Jason Beriro
    Michael Clarence
    Sista Dee
    Face Painting by Isabella Perez
    On scene artwork provided by Arts & Crafts Society.

    Special thanks to:- The Heritage Trust for loan of premises.Those who loaned equipment at short notice, Govt Departments and to Master Services for providing cleaning equipment.

    Volunteers from the RGP and the Fire Brigade and St Johns Ambulance Cadets who gave technical and first aid assistance.

    Anne Coelho and Kim Soiza who together with other volunteers spent many weeks painting Tee shirts and decorating the premises

    Organisers of cake stall and raffle (draw date to be announced)

    The project also worked because of funds provided by the community of Gibraltar. However, special thanks to :-

    Open Day Charitable Trust
    and to the many who gave generously