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