Over €3,000 raised for up­grade plans

Bray People - - NEWS -

THE Grey­stones South Beach Play­ground fundrais­ing cam­paign has had a fan­tas­tic start, with €3,800 raised at Sun­days fun day at Eire Óg club­house.

The cam­paign, run by a group of lo­cal peo­ple, is to raise money for the re­fur­bish­ment of the fa­cil­ity.

The day in­cluded games, sports, cakes, pets cor­ner, face paint­ing and a sum­mer camp show­case.

‘As a par­ent us­ing the cur­rent play­ground on a weekly ba­sis, it sad­dens me that it pro­vides few chal­lenges and fun for our chil­dren, espe­cially when you see what well de­signed play­grounds can of­fer,’ said Ni­amh Egan, chair of the com­mit­tee. ‘Our cur­rent play­ground does not of­fer a suit­able en­vi­ron­ment that en­cour­ages all ages and abil­i­ties to play to­gether side by side. This is why we want

Freya, Gil­lian, Lewis and Kee­lan McCon­nell with Kevin McNa­mara from the Ever­est Mu­sic School.

Kristian O’Neill from the Grey­stones Film Camp with Kim Gal­lagher and Alan­nah Mon­aghan.

Cameron, Euan and Craig Petrie sign­ing their brick in the new play­ground.

Ni­amh Egan, Chair­per­son of the com­mit­tee, shows some of the plans to Sarah Grif­fith and her par­ents Cait and Roslan.

Ciaran Duddy, Eoghan Duddy, Jimmy Cal­lan and Marco Le­mass.

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