Please Vote Again for Joanne’s brilliant Junk Kouture creation until this Friday, 25th April

Pheasant Dress front view (Small)As part of a Transition Year module in school, Joanne Doran entered ‘Junk Kouture’, which is a competition for all schools in Ireland. Students have to make an outfit out of recycled material. Her dress is made of hay, peacock and pheasant feathers and egg-shells.
Pheasant Dress Shoes (Small)
Joanne has now reached the GRAND FINALE of the recycled fashion competition Junk Kouture which takes place in the O2 in Dublin soon. She is now looking for votes again. Voting opened on Monday 14th April at 9am and continues until Friday 25th at midnight. To vote log on to www.facebook.com/ERPIreland and click on ‘E’ (for east region). The name of the dress is ‘HEY BIRD’.
junk kouture dress (Small)
Each person can vote once daily and she would be very grateful if you would vote for her outfit.
Thank you, Joanne Doran (designer) and Roisin Dunbar (model)
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Vote for Joanne’s brilliant Junk Kouture creation until this Friday, 28th February

Pheasant Dress front view (Small)As part of a Transition Year module in school, Joanne Doran entered ‘Junk Kouture’, which is a competition for all schools in Ireland. Students have to make an outfit out of recycled material. Her dress is made of hay, peacock and pheasant feathers and egg-shells. Joanne has got through to the regional finals and is now looking for votes.
The votes are 10% of the total score. Voting is open Monday 24th of February until Friday 28th of February on www.facebook.com/ERPIreland.
The name of Joanne’s dress is ‘HEY BIRD’.
Each person can vote once daily and she would be very grateful for your votes.
Thank you, Joanne Doran (designer) and Roisin Dunbar (model)
Pheasant Dress Shoes (Small)

Féíle Art Project – can you help?

Our community art project running at the Community Centre next Wed (4 – 8pm) and Thursday (noon – 6pm) is based on a recycling theme, and is aiming to create artwork to decorate the new park for the official opening next Friday.

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First of all, you are more than welcome to come along and participate either Wednesday or Thursday. On Wednesday, we’d be particularly delighted to see older children as there are still places available.

Second, do you have any of the following that you can let us have:

Cardboard

old buckets, pots or pans

old mops / brushes or just handles

old clothes, especially tights

old cushions / pillows

old pillow cases

If you can help with any of the above, contact Stacy please on 087 9922481 before next Tuesday, July 22nd.

Children’s Flower / Plant display with recycled items – decorate your community park

Have you started yours yet??

We would like to invite children to create a floral / plant display using any recycled item, such as an old boot, or wellington, or kettle or any such item, and it will be placed on the wall up to Le Chéíle Park to showcase the creativity and imagination of the children of Askamore.

Get cracking and we will accept your items from next Wednesday evening, July 24th @ 7pm.

Help us make the park a special place for everyone.

Further details from Paula on 086 875 9824

Children’s flower display using recycled items

As part of the annual Féile le Chéile festival 2013, and in the lead-up to this year’s Park opening, we are having a flower display in St. Bridget’s Church, Askamore, from Tuesday July 22nd to Sunday July 28th.

The organising committee would also like to encourage young people in Askamore community to get involved in flowers and recycling with a difference!

We would like to invite children to create a floral/plant display using any recycled item, such as an old boot, or wellington, or kettle or any such item, and it will be placed on the wall up to the new park to showcase the creativity and imagination of the children of Askamore.

Here are some pics as ideas.
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Please get involved and help us to decorate the area to celebrate the park opening. Contact this website or Paula Mulroe on 086 875 9824 for further details.