Local children and local residents from in and around “Templelogue, here in Dublin City have come across something very creepy for this Halloween bank holiday. Local resident, Glenda Guilfoyle has turned her front garden of her home into what can only be described as a museum.
Full size Scarecrows, Pumpkins, Banners, etc have been carefully placed in her front garden in support of the Jobstown 27. This display opened today and will stay up for another 24 hours.
Been Halloween the local children have shown interest and are showing up outside her garden for a better look.
This display has been organised to show support in what has now become known as the Jobstown 27. Local groups and supporters turned up today to officially launch this garden display.
Also been Halloween today this display is certainty fitting in with the theme. If you would like to visit this garden it will stay up for at least another 24 hours, and it can be found in St Peters Road, Templeogue Dublin City.