PHOTO GALLERY: Punchestown Paint the Town Red shop front competition launched
Leinster Leader reporter
29 Mar 2018
Clodagh Hughes of Bank of Ireland, Naas, Ted and Katie Walsh, with Dick O’Sullivan and Richie Galway of Punchestown, at the ’Paint the Town Red' for Punchestown Festival 2018, campaign launch, Naas, Wednesday, 28 March. Photo: Tony Keane.
Tom Taaffe with David Mongey, Chairman of Punchestown
Róisín Crotty, (centre) Head of Banking, Bank of Ireland, Kildare, with Lynne McLoughlin (left) and Lizzie Fay of Punchestown
Natalie O’Reilly, of Lip’s ’n P’s, Naas, and Sonya Moran of Punctual Print, Blessington
Lynne McLoughlin and Lizzie Fay of Punchestown
Lizzie Fay of Punchestown pictured with her dad, Matthew
Catherine O’Sullivan, (left) and Sally Logan (right) of McAuley Place, Naas, with Cllr. Sorcha O’Neill
Timmy Conway, and John Greeley, Naas, with Martin Feeley and Dermot O’Rourke, Bank of Ireland, Naas
Pat Barrett, Bank of Ireland, Naas, David Mongey, Chairman, Punchestown, Clodagh Hughes, Bank of Ireland, Naas, Róisín Crotty, Head of Banking, Bank of Ireland, Kildare, Hilliary Cahill and Dick O’Sullivan of Punchestown pictured at the ’Paint the Town Red' for Punchestown Festival 2018, campaign launch
Check out all the photos from yesterday's ’Paint the Town Red' for Punchestown Festival 2018, campaign launch. Photos: Tony Keane.
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