Big day out for Specsavers and Mungret St Pauls  

SPECSAVERS Limerick Crescent teamed up with Mungret St Pauls GAA club in an initiative that aims to reconnect older and more vulnerable people within the GAA community. 
As part of the initiative, Specsavers Limerick provided a €500 bursary fund to Mungret St Pauls GAA club to bring elderly and vulnerable members of the local community to the Limerick versus Clare Allianz League game on Saturday March 25.
The initiative was to give people who may have fallen out of the habit of going to GAA games in recent years the opportunity to attend and enjoy a day out watching their favourite sport.
Speaking about the big day out, Specsavers Limerick Crescent retail director Sinead Clohessy, said: “Looking out for our community is so important to us, so this was another way for us to help those who may have been shielding during the pandemic and to encourage them to re-connect with the wider society and get back to enjoying the activities they love the most.”
Maurice Walsh, Secretary at Mungret St Pauls GAA club, adds: “I would like to thank all the staff at Specsavers Limerick Crescent for organising a great day trip to TUS Gaelic Grounds. It was a great day out and one which our community members will remember.”