Clonmel Halloween Zombie Walk a success

L/R. Libbie Clancy, Anne Marie Dunne, Ava Clancy.

L/R. Libbie Clancy, Anne Marie Dunne, Ava Clancy.

A crowd, estimated at up to 2,000 people, many in fantastic costumes, with lots of children and parents, walked from Superquinn to the Gordon Place car park in the Zombie Walk to celebrate Halloween in Clonmel.

The event went very well and the public and participants seemed very happy. The weather stayed fine and it turned out to be a great fun and free community event, something good for morale and the town.

All those involved in community events leading up to and including those also held on Halloween night (including events in Clonmel Boxing Club, Elm Park Complex, Elm Tree community centre, Glenconnor Heights, Clonmel Library, County Museum, Cooleens Close, the FAI Late Night Soccer Tournament, Clonmel Youth Diversion Project and the Clonmel Community Based Youth Project) are to be thanked, as well as all in Clonmel Garda Station, especially Sgt. Kieran O’Regan and Sgt. Tom O’Dwyer; all in Clonmel Borough Council, especially Eric Ryan and Robbie Hogan and their teams; the Mayor and Council members; The Common Thread cafe; The Junction Festival; the Civil Defence, Red Cross and Order of Malta; Beehouse Arts; Shellikybookie; Banna Chluain Meala; Premier Sound; Dance Revolution; the local media; Clonmel Boxing Club; CYTE; Clonmel Youth Diversion Project; Clonmel community-based youth project; Waterford and South Tipperary Community Youth Service; the County Museum; Clonmel Library; David Lenane and the FAI; Elm Park residents, Glenconnor Heights residents and Cooleens Close residents; Place2Bee Youth Cafe; Superquinn; Book Market; Maher Plant and John Crowley photographer.


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