Practical St Valentine’s Love for Cork Charity from Children of Carrigaline Church of Ireland National School

On St. Valentine’s Day 2014, the pupils in St Mary’s Church of Ireland National School, Carrigaline, County Cork  brought into school a huge number of items they had collected for Cork Penny Dinners.  This is a charity supported by the Parish  all the year round. Everything collected will be delivered to the charity at Little Hanover Street so that the clients and staff of Cork Penny Dinners will know that there is more than soppy hearts and cards to real ‘Love’ at this time of the year.

The Revd Elaine Murray, Rector of Carrigaline Union (left) and Ms Valerie Elliffe, Principal of St Mary's N.S. Carrigaline with the school-children's 'Love Your Neighbour' gifts for Cork Penny Dinners on St Valentine's Day

The Revd Elaine Murray (left), Rector of Carrigaline Union and Ms Valerie Elliffe, Principal of St Mary’s N.S. Carrigaline with the school-children’s ‘Love Your Neighbour’ gifts for Cork Penny Dinners on St Valentine’s Day

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