Members of Longford Autism Centre to participate in scarecrow festival

Six members of the Rehab Care Longford Autism Resource Centre will travel to Belvedere House in Mullingar this weekend to participate in the third annual Scarecrow Festival. Danny Smith, Declan Cunningham, Mary Farrell, James Mahon, Helena Corrigan and David Ward have all entered their scarecrow designs into two different design categories, Scary/Horror and Traditional Harvest Figure scarecrows.

Six members of the Rehab Care Longford Autism Resource Centre will travel to Belvedere House in Mullingar this weekend to participate in the third annual Scarecrow Festival. Danny Smith, Declan Cunningham, Mary Farrell, James Mahon, Helena Corrigan and David Ward have all entered their scarecrow designs into two different design categories, Scary/Horror and Traditional Harvest Figure scarecrows.

The Resource Centre, which is based in Mastertech Business Park on the Athlone Road, have thanked Martin Glennon, Ward’s Hardware and The Thrift Shop on Dublin Street.

The group will also be selling crafts and gifts in the Farmer’s Market on Market Square from Friday, November 30th and every Friday before Christmas to raise funds for the service. All crafts are made by the people who avail of the Centre’s services.