Time for (af­ter­noon) tea at fundraiser for Loreto Bray

Bray People - - NEWS -

The Par­ent’s As­so­ci­a­tion of Loreto Bray hosted an ele­gent af­ter­noon tea re­cently at Ti­nakilly House.

Par­ents, friends and fam­ily mem­bers were all in at­ten­dance, along with Prin­ci­pal Emma Raugh­ter and many other teach­ers.

There was a de­li­cious spread of treats, sand­wiches and savouries, as well as tea and cof­fee. Every­one en­joyed a chat and got to catch up in the ele­gent sur­rounds of Ti­nakilly.

Mu­si­cians from the school en­ter­tained every­one and there was a raf­fle with a great range of prizes.

The par­ents as­so­ci­a­tion is very thank­ful to every­one who do­nated prizes for the event.

It was a very well at­tended and en­joy­able af­ter­noon.

This is part of a var­ied and ex­cit­ing pro­gramme of events or­gan­ised by the as­so­ci­a­tion through­out the year, in­clud­ing work days, the Loreto chal­lenge, and more.

All pro­ceeds go to­wards fa­cil­i­ties at the school.

(Back, from left) Emer O’Rior­dan, Linda Quigley, Fiona Carvill, Aline Abautret, (front) Mar­garet Wain­wright, prin­ci­pal Emma Raugh­ter and John McHugh.

Or­gan­is­ers Lorna Potts, Paula Ryan and Caro­line Ran­dles.

Breda Ki­nanne, An­gela McKenna, Gina Wall and Ann Ste­wart.

Anne-Marie Hayes, Melissa Walsh and Laura Gum­mer­son.

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