Residents treated to music and songs
THE Community Hospital in New Ross fully embraced Halloween this year with a special party for residents.
Visitors were encouraged to wear fancy dress which was an invitation visiting children fully accepted with many of them arriving in spooky costumes, although some of them were dressed in light-hearted attire.
The residents were treated to a lovely meal and light refreshments for their Halloween party .
It was a great opportunity for them to converse with younger people and relay to them some of the stories associated with the holiday season from their youth.
Local music act Bog Oak were also in attendance for the occasion.
The duo, composed of Eddie and Hazel Doyle, performed a wonderful set of songs for the residents and visitors.
Active participation was encouraged and the children and their parents, along with those who are currently staying in the hospital, were delighted to sing along with some old favourites.
The hospital staff thanked those who made the party a success and so enjoyable for everyone.
Bridget Maher from New Ross.
Josie Kehoe, Ryleen, and Mary Rowe from New Ross.
Darragh O’Leary (2) from New Ross.
Sean O’Leary (2) from New Ross.