Paula’s do­na­tion to Barnardo’s Egg Trail gets Nidge’s seal of ap­proval!

Bray People - - THE NOTEBOOK -

BRAY ARTIST Paula Wood gave up her time to cre­ate and do­nate a beau­ti­ful piece for the Cad­bury Easter Egg Trail in Sup­port of Barnar­dos, which was at­tended by over 3,000 people on Easter Satur­day in Mer­rion Square.

The chil­dren loved in­ter­act­ing with the ‘ Barnar­dos Gar­den’ piece and so did Barnar­dos am­bas­sador, Tom Vaughan- Lawlor, who plays Nidge in Love/ Hate.

Barnar­dos felt the piece re­ally brought their char­ity to life for chil­dren now hope to use it for fu­ture fundrais­ing ac­tiv­ity in the com­ing year.

Fam­i­lies brought their lit­tle ‘eggsplor­ers’ along to this won­der­ful Cad­bury Easter Egg Trail, where ev­ery­one was a win­ner and en­joyed easter eggs on the com­ple­tion of the ex­cit­ing trail.

The event in­cluded sto­ry­telling, face paint­ing, sack rac­ing, three- legged rac­ing, bal­loon mod­el­ing and Vic­to­rian games.

There was also the beau­ti­ful and mag­i­cal Barnar­dos Gar­den and Cad­bury Joy Tree for chil­dren to en­joy and in­ter­act with.

Barnar­dos Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Fergus Fin­lay and Love/Hate ac­tor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor with artist and Bray woman, Paula Wood.

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