This is a wonderful amenity for the wider community and the guides didn’t just paint 16 fairy doors, but instead created a magical, creative place for all to experience and enjoy, which encourages young people to take responsibility for the local environment.
Each fairy has its own name, personality and story and each fairy’s home is a work of art.
Last weekend, Mayor of Fingal, Cllr Adrian Henchy Minister fpr Housing, Darragh O’ Brien and Cllr Eoghan O Brien joined the unveiling of the new sign, which tells the girls story and explains the history of the Seabury Fairies.
The day was a great success and really showcased the girls’ wonderful achievement.
“It was a great example of young people doing amazing things in their local community and leaves a long lasting legacy. Please come down and take a walk through the new fairy walkway and see if you can find all of the fairy homes,” said one of the Guide leaders.
“The Guides would like to thank Seabury Tidy District Group for all their support and expertise and also Fingal County Council for their help with this project.”
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