Res­i­dents treated to mu­sic and songs

New Ross Standard - - NEWS -

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.

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