Longford turned blue for Autism on Saturday and, supporting the cause in Longford, was Anna McDonagh.
Daria Fomina with Mickey Mouse in Longford town for Autism Day.
Martin and Nicolas Ward enjoying the day out in Longford last Saturday.
Eoin and Kerry Rawson, Stephen Moran with Mickey and Minnie Mouse.
Peter McKenna (Fun4U) and Kathy Farrell with a collection bucket.
Mitoslav, Michal and Tadas Ziga stop to say hello to Mickey Mouse, who turned up on the day to support Longford turning blue for Autism.
Sandra Jones and Anthony Keenan with Mickey Mouse in Longford on Saturday as the town turned blue for Autism.
Karen Conlon, Martina Blaney enjoying the day.
Niamh McKeown, Mary Kelly, Ann O'Leary supporting the cause with all things blue in aid of Autism as Longford town turned blue on Saturday.
Little Roísín Cosgrove from Abbeylara lent her support to Longford town's Autism Awareness Day last Saturday. Here, the delighted three-year-old struggles to contain her excitement as she meets one of her favourite cartoon characters, Mickey Mouse.
Longford turned blue for Autism Day on Saturday, April 7 last, and plenty of people turned up to support.
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