Spring Fest de-stress huge success for IT Tallaght

Spring Fest de-stress huge success for IT Tallaght

By Jamie Miley

THE sun wasn’t the only thing shining last Wednesday when a fundraising de-stress day was staged on the campus of IT Tallaght in aid of the National Children’s Hospital.

Organised by third year marketing students, the Spring Fest de-stress event saw food trucks and an ice cream van park up on campus, alongside high profile musicians such as anti-bullying ambassadors Fresh Re, who supported Robbie Williams in the Aviva, well-dressed trio Men in Slacks and Britain’s Got Talent sensation, Ryan O Shaughnessy.

LIFE Spring Fest Fresh Re 

Food, music and sunshine were the perfect ingredients for the event, which, alongside raising money for charity, gave students a much needed break from the classroom.

Student Laura O’ Rourke, a member of the organising committee, said that the fundraiser was a huge success, and couldn’t have gone any better.

She said: “We were very happy with how the event went.

LIFE Spring Fest

“We are in our third year now and one of our assignments was to run an event, so we decided to do a relaxing de-stress day for charity.

“We had ten weeks to plan it and our goal was to raise €500, so we’re delighted that the event raised €675 for the National Children’s Hospital in Tallaght.”

The organisers would also like to thank O’ Brien’s sandwich bar and Aras Chronain for their support in making the day a success.

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