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Leah Cremin enjoyed an ice cream and face paint at Tesco, Mitchelstown Down Syndrome Day. (Pic: Sean Burke, courtesy of The Avondhu)
Pictured at the HB Ice Cream Down Syndrome Day at Mitchelstown Tesco were Emma Hurley, Liz Downs (Mitchelstown Tesco champion), Julie Doherty (Down Syndrome, Cork) and Darragh McGinley. (Pic: Sean Burke, courtesy of The Avondhu)
11/06/2012 An Taoiseach Enda Kenny today (Monday, 11th June 2012) dropped in to St Patrick’s National School in Cornacool, Castlebar, Co. Mayo to host a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland. Amongst the school children was Amey Tobin, (11 years old).Photo: Keith Heneghan / Phocus
11/06/2012 An Taoiseach Enda Kenny today (Monday, 11th June 2012) dropped in to St Patrick’s National School in Cornacool, Castlebar, Co. Mayo to host a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland. Photo: Keith Heneghan / Phocus
11/06/2012 An Taoiseach Enda Kenny today (Monday, 11th June 2012) dropped in to St Patrick’s National School in Cornacool, Castlebar, Co. Mayo to host a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland. Amongst the school children was Amey Tobin, aged 11, left and Sarah Courell, aged 5.Photo: Keith Heneghan / Phocus
4-5-12 Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs attend Down Syndrome Ireland’s Ice Cream Fundays Party Picture shows from left Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD ; Sarah Purcell,(20), from Naas, Co Kildare and RTE’s Bryan Dobson ; showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre.Pic:Maxwells-no fee RTE’s Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD today (Friday, 4th May 2012), showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre. The news presenter and Minister kindly dropped into the store to help the volunteers and family members cut some ice-cream wafers for the charity event. Supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm, the party included free activities for all the family including face painting, balloon modelling and of course plenty of HB Hazelbrook Farm ice cream! The nationwide campaign, generously supported by HB Haze
4-5-12 Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs attend Down Syndrome Ireland’s Ice Cream Fundays Party Picture shows from left Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD ; RTE’s Bryan Dobson ; and Sarah Purcell,(20), from Naas, Co Kildare; showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre.Pic:Maxwells-no fee RTE’s Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD today (Friday, 4th May 2012), showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre. The news presenter and Minister kindly dropped into the store to help the volunteers and family members cut some ice-cream wafers for the charity event. Supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm, the party included free activities for all the family including face painting, balloon modelling and of course plenty of HB Hazelbrook Farm ice cream! The nationwide campaign, generously supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm and Tesco Stores across the country will run through May and June with thousands of ice cream parties being hosted across Ireland. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the HB Ice Cream Fundays campaign has to date raised over €2 million for Down Syndrome Ireland.All funds raised go towards Down Syndrome Ireland’s nationwide projects, such as its early development programme, adult literacy programme, educational advice and research for parents and children, counselling and advocacy and special interest groups. Pic:Maxwells-no fee  For further information please contact: Paul Allen:  087 257 5700 / 01 676 9575 Paul Allen & Associates, 4 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2
4-5-12 Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs attend Down Syndrome Ireland’s Ice Cream Fundays Party Picture shows from left Niamh Flannery, (19) , from Rathangan, Co Kildare ; Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD ; Sheena Walsh, from Naas, Co Kildare and RTE’s Bryan Dobson ; showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre.Pic:Maxwells-no fee RTE’s Bryan Dobson and Minister for European Affairs, Lucinda Creighton TD today (Friday, 4th May 2012), showed their support to Down Syndrome Ireland at the “HB Ice-cream Fundays Party” in Tesco at the Dundrum Town Centre. The news presenter and Minister kindly dropped into the store to help the volunteers and family members cut some ice-cream wafers for the charity event. Supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm, the party included free activities for all the family including face painting, balloon modelling and of course plenty of HB Hazelbrook Farm ice cream! The nationwide campaign, generously supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm and Tesco Stores across the country will run through May and June with thousands of ice cream parties being hosted across Ireland. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the HB Ice Cream Fundays campaign has to date raised over €2 million for Down Syndrome Ireland.All funds raised go towards Down Syndrome Ireland’s nationwide projects, such as its early development programme, adult literacy programme, educational advice and research for parents and children, counselling and advocacy and special interest groups. Pic:Maxwells-no fee  For further information please contact: Paul Allen:  087 257 5700 / 01 676 9575 Paul Allen & Associates, 4 Upper Mount Street, Dublin 2
REPRO FREE Global entertainer, Michael Flatley today (Friday, 1st June 2012) hosted a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland at his Castlehyde home in Cork. The world renowned performer invited a number of local children to his home in support of the charity organisation. The nationwide ice cream campaign, generously supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm and Tesco Stores has run through May and June with thousands of ice cream parties being hosted across Ireland. Michael is pictured with 20 month old Lucy O'Brien from Douglas in Cork. Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
REPRO FREE Global entertainer, Michael Flatley today (Friday, 1st June 2012) hosted a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland at his Castlehyde home in Cork. The world renowned performer invited a number of local children to his home in support of the charity organisation. The nationwide ice cream campaign, generously supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm and Tesco Stores has run through May and June with thousands of ice cream parties being hosted across Ireland. Michael is pictured with 20 month old Lucy O'Brien from Douglas in Cork. Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
REPRO FREE Global entertainer, Michael Flatley today (Friday, 1st June 2012) hosted a “HB Ice-cream Funday Party” for Down Syndrome Ireland at his Castlehyde home in Cork. The world renowned performer invited a number of local children to his home in support of the charity organisation. The nationwide ice cream campaign, generously supported by HB Hazelbrook Farm and Tesco Stores has run through May and June with thousands of ice cream parties being hosted across Ireland. Michael is pictured with 20 month old Lucy O'Brien from Douglas in Cork. Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
Roisín walsh from Moycullen and Áine Doheny, from HB, enjoying some ice cream at the HB Ice Cream Fundays party in aid of Down Syndrome Ireland which took place in Tesco, Oranmore. Photo. Iain McDonald.