Limerick Civic Trust is a charitable organisation dedicated to conserving Limerick’s unique heritage and culture along with the improvement of the cities environment. The aim of the Civic Trust is to improve the region as a whole to make it a more attractive offering to tourist and business looking to engage with the Shannon region.
The Limerick Civic Trust is a non-government organisation that generates funds through education, sponsorship and membership – both individual and corporate.
For over three decades the Limerick Civic Trust has played a key role in Limerick’s heritage and economic development as well as the social and environmental vitality of the region. With over 150 restoration projects under its belt, a 33-year commitment to the regions environment and the continual improvement and beautification of the amenity of our city and county, Limerick Civic Trust is dedicated to the betterment of Limerick City and County.
Currently the Limerick Civic Trust has a number of active projects around the city and county which include: The restoration of St. Munchin’s Church with the aim to open it as a museum by summer 2018, the upkeep and maintenance of 14 graveyards, King’s Island Community Garden, the development of the Bridge Street derelict site into an urban garden, Street a week – the Civic Trust undertake to clean one street in Limerick ever week removing debris, chewing gum, graffiti etc, the clearing and maintenance of the cities canal and river walks and the development of the derelict site across from King John’s Castle into an art feature and orchard.