Easter fun and frolics in Kenure Woods Park via Let’s Play Rush

by Rose Barrett
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Last Sunday saw the first big event in the “Let’s Play Rush” calendar taking place for 2024, writes Rose Barrett.

Up to 1,000 people came along to the now annual Easter Fun Day, with an egg trail around the woods, games, music, a sensory tent, Penalty kick, face-painting, refreshments, prizes and the infamous sock fight all taking place in Kenure Woods Park. The event was organised by volunteers from Rush Tidy Towns, Rush Community Council and Rush 38th Scout Group, with funding from Fingal County Council. 

“The philosophy is that everything is free so it takes pressure off parents and everybody can focus on having fun which makes for s great family day” said Brian Doherty, Chairperson of Rush Community Council. 

Brendan O’Reilly,  Chair of Rush Tidy Towns added that “The feedback from parents has been fantastic and really encourages us to continue organising these events”. Well done to all concerned 

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