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Laois GAA club set to hold pumpkin patch fundraiser

This bank holiday weekend one Laois GAA club are running a rather unique fundraiser.

Clonad juvenile club and CRG camogie are combining to run a pumpkin patch at the GAA grounds in Clonad.

This was the brainchild of club member Denis Sheeran who took it on himself to plant pumpkins to have them ripe in time for Halloween this year.

The day will be similar to a family fun day.

People will pick their pumpkin and then can have it carved or carve it themselves if they wish.

Apart from the pumpkin picking, there will be other activities on the day including finding your way through the haunted maze, scarecrow making and more.

Admission on the day is free and there is no need to be pre book you can just show up on the day.

Refreshments will be available on the day with the bakers in club being busy producing homemade treats for the day.

The event will take place between 2-5pm on the Sunday October 27 and Monday October 28 before Halloween.

You can find more information about the event on Facebook Laois Pumpkin Patch or contact 0863237111 for any enquiries.

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