We done to the staff and residents in Brookside Community House, Stamullen, who recently organised a cake and bake sale in aid of Stamullen Tidy Towns.
The residents invited neighbours, friends and colleagues to the house and raised €270 on the day.
Drogheda Life was invited to attend the official presentation to the Stamullen Tidy Towns Committee, whose volunteers do so much to keep the village looking need and tidy all year round.
Rory Murphy, Support Worker in Brookside house said “the resident’s worked really hard to raise the €270. When we saw the size of the scones on offer we were not surprised that they were so popular!”
The Chairman of Stamullen Tidy Towns, Eamonn O’Sullivan, thanked the residents for the funds they had raised and also for volunteering each Saturday to help keep the place spick and span ahead of the Tidy Town’s judges’ visit which is expected any day now.
Pictured above at the presentation are Team Leader Brendan Gillespie, resident Paul Toner, Support Worker Rory Murphy, resident Rory Gunning, Eamonn O’Sullivan of the Stamullen Tidy Towns Committee, resident Sarah Fielding and Laverne McGuinness, CEO of the Talbot Group. Photo Credit: Andy Spearman.