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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post The children of the ECCE room in Junglebox Childcare Centre very excited to have received Catterpillars yesterday... they will get to follow the life cycle of the Catterpillars and Butterflies... we will keep you posted on their progress...
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Well done Enniscorthy Community Youth Project participants much deserved award received at the Garda Youth Awards💪
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