Every year, Jimmy Hannon rounds up some musician friends and they give a day busking in the Small Square to raise much needed funds. The hard working volunteers coax as much money as they can from passing motorists and pedestrians.
On Friday, the sun shone and the warm weather brought a crowd to town so the streets were busy and there was much passing traffic. Everyone of the MS people felt a shiver of loneliness. The day was just not the same without Mary Doyle. This time last year she was fussing about, organizing and making sure that everyone was looked after. I hope you have a bed in Heaven, Mary. Thank you for arranging the fine day for us.
Here are some snapshots of the day:
No one was left out.
On Friday also a crowd had gathered in the boys' national school for the official opening of the new special unit there.
Betty McGrath had just taken delivery of her new chapeau. Her sister made this hat especially for Betty to wear on Ladies' Day. Would we not all love a sister like that.
Jerry Sheehy was passing so I asked him to pose with Betty, since I know his brothers will be checking in here.