The face of festivities at Children’s Health Ireland

By Mindo - 17th Dec 2019 | 103 views

NO REPRO FEE 10/12/2019 Charlie and the CHI-ocolate Factory, Wizard of Oz and Frozen transform Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin into a festive wonderland on their Annual Ho Ho Day. Pictured is Jamie Higgins (8) from Bishopstown, Co. Cork with some of the Occupational Therapy Department (clockwise from bottom) Louise Crowe, Denise Dockery, Una McCarrick and Delaney Moslander. Gasps of delight and excitement could be heard around the wards of Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin today as Santa Claus and his Elves paid a special visit to all of the patients. The excitement was palpable as news spread that Santa and his Elves were making their way around the wards with presents. They were joined by over 19 hospital departments dressed up under various themes such as Charlie and the CHI-ocolate Factory, The Wizard of Oz, Emojiis, Snow Whilte, Frozen, Bees, Toy Story, Outer Space with remaining staff members decked out in their most Christmassy jumpers as part of the event. Ho Ho Day is a special event organised every year by the hospital staff to bring children, families and staff together for a magical day of festive celebration. The day includes face painting for the children, fancy dress competitions for the best dressed staff member(s), ward, department, and spot prizes for the children with festive entertainment provided by musicians from Kids Classics, Clown Doctors, Magicians, Irish Dancers, Hip Hop Dancers and the hospitals very own Staff Choir. PHOTO: Mark Stedman
’Charlie and the CHI-ocolate Factory’, ‘Wizard of Oz’ and ‘Frozen’ transform Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin into a festive wonderland on their Annual ‘Ho Ho Day’. Pictured is Jamie Higgins (8) from Bishopstown, Co Cork, with some of the Occupational Therapy Department (clockwise from bottom) Ms Louise Crowe, Ms Denise Dockery, Ms Una McCarrick and Ms Delaney Moslander

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