LIMERICK’S Christmas Window Decorations are being hailed as a big attraction and a credit to the town.
The attraction, which benefits a local cancer support organization, is located in Heatherdale, Old Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen.
“If this were in the city center, it would be one of the city’s big attractions,” resident Tony Egan-Gavin told the Limerick Leader after bringing the window to the newspaper’s notice.
Tony Bradley, who goes to great efforts every Christmas to put up a spectacular show on behalf of the Monaleen Cancer Support Group, put together the window display.
Visits to Bradley’s residence are complimentary, and donations to the organization, which “provides incredible volunteer help to families and individuals through cancer treatment” in the local community, are welcomed.
Tony added that the show is visible throughout the day and that the lights and animations work daily from 4:45 pm to 9:25 pm or upon request outside of these hours.
The Bradleys emphasized that the exhibit is for all Monaleen, Castletroy, and, more significantly, Limerick communities.
How do you feel about this Christmas display?