Visit by Brazilian Ambassador
The Brazilian ambassador to Ireland His Excellency Mr Afonso Jose Sena Cardosa paid a visit to St Peter’s School, and Sunbeam House Services last week.
The ambassador was joined at the Little Bray school, and Cedar Estate on Killarney Road by his wife Solange Escosteguy, and Daniela Oliveira Guerra who is with the cultural and cooperation section of the Brazilian Embassy.
During a lively discussion with service users the ambassador told everyone about Brazil’s preparations for the upcoming Olympics and Paralympics.
He also congratulated service users and staff on the excellent exhibits they had prepared for his visit.
The ambassador was visiting as part of the Bray Lions Club’s Windows on the World project organised by John McEvoy.
Windows On The World was initiated by Bray Lions Club in 2010 and links local primary schools with International Embassies.
Ambassadors from the different countries visited the various schools, and the pupils then prepared projects to be displayed in local shop windows as part of the St. Patrick’s Day Festivities in Bray.
This project continues, linking the schools with different countries each year.
The Spanish ambassador was at Marino on June 15.
The St Peter’s display on the south American country is up in Photocraft on Quinsboro Road.
The Brazilian Ambassador Afonso Jose Sena Cardosa, his wife Solange and Daniela Guerra with fifth class pupils at St Peter’s.