Fun and bar­gains at Del­gany NS mar­ket


Bray People - - News - Paula BURNS

A FUN com­mu­nity day was had by all last Satur­day as the an­nual Del­gany Na­tional School and Parish Christ­mas Mar­ket took place.

Taragh Seaver and mem­bers of the par­ents coun­cil along­side Heat­ley Tec­tor of the Christ Church Parish come to­gether each year to cre­ate and or­gan­ise this great fam­ily and com­mu­nity event.

Stalls set up in the Old School house and the Gym of the na­tional school.

Parish­ioners, stu­dents, and mem­bers of the com­mu­nity browsed the huge va­ri­ety of stalls from the tra­di­tional bot­tle stall, book stall and cake stand to the new slightly loved hand­bag stall and Happy Christ­mas Trees Stalls.

With some­thing to suit all tastes no­body left the mar­ket without a small to­ken.

Through­out the day there was soups and sand­wiches avail­able for the weary shop­pers.

Pupils of the Del­gany na­tional School were very proud and de­lighted to have their Christ­mas tree on dis­play.

This year the kids made the unique fes­tive dec­o­ra­tions from wool and tex­tiles es­pe­cially for their school tree.

For the kids, Santa ar­rived and made a pur­pose built igloo his grotto for this year’s mar­ket.

The queues for Santa’s igloo didn’t ease all day with so many chil­dren from Del­gany ex­cited to tell Santa what it is they want for Christ­mas.

Christ­mas Trees will be on sale in the carpark of Del­gany Na­tional School this Satur­day and Sun­day.

Jes­sica Quinn and Olivia Thorn­ton.

Bar­bara Roy and Pam Cleary.

Craig Kenny found a book to read.

Hi­lary Toole and Thabi Ma­dide.

Jamie Car­son and Eric Dalby were hav­ing great fun.

Lauren Archer, Mia Dolan and Sarah Kenny.

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