Tuesday, 2 February 2010

ANGELS INVADE CITY PARK



THE ANGELS HAVE LANDED
Angels invade Cork - Lucey Park taken over. Some quare ones: Jedward, Hector O'hEtc...even a Cork one. Good cause www.angelsbeaconsofhope.ie
What? Why?
Fifty-two angels landed in Dublin in October 2009 and will be in Cork's Bishop Lucey Park until Feb 14th.
Each musician, sports person, celebrity and international guest that agreed to participate will be presented with one angel and will be given two weeks to decorate its surface.At the end of two weeks the angels will be stored at a secure location and individually weather-proofed.
The official launch of Angels - Beacons of Hope is planned for November 2009. The angels will be exhibited in Dublin until the end of December and will then begin an 8 week tour visiting Co. Waterford, Co. Cork, Co. Kerry, Co. Limerick, Co. Kilkenny, Co. Galway, Co. Donegal and Belfast City.
Angels - Beacons of Hope concludes March 2010 when the angels will be auctioned.
Who will benefit?
Gaisce Gaisce - The President's Award is Ireland's National Challenge Award,
First Step Georgia First Step Georgia (FSG) was established in 1998 in response to the horrendous living condition of disabled orphans in Georgia.
Right to Sight Right to Sight is driven by the desire to empower local people through clinical and management training, which will result in long term sustainability and success. Right to Sight works alongside charities, hospitals, clinics, and governments.

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