The best dressed Halloween window in Carlow Town

Defenitly the best and the most spooky, scary, scrumptious Halloween window I ever seen was in Sue Ryder Charity Shop on Dublin street in Carlow town. They called it “Dinner for two … “

I was a volunter in Sue Ryder Charity Shop this year and I had oportunity to help to decorate Halloween window. It was great experience and fun.

Sue Ryder Charity Shop in Dublin street, Carlow always had fantastic decorated window in all over a year. They are famous of it. Their Halloween window was brilliant, very detailed prapared and extrimly creative. Everything thanks to project and realisation of talented menager of Sue Ryder Charity Shop. I was admired her work and I had been happy I can help.

`Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop is one of the biggest charity shops in the country, stocking a vast range of affordable items. They also have a bookshop stocking a great selection of books.

They sell nearly new clothing, shoes and accessories for women, men and children. They also sell household linens, bric-a-brac, kitchenware, toys, DVD’s, CD’s and small items of furniture.

The Sue Ryder Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping older people live safely, securely and independently.`

Below a few pics of scary Halloween window in Sue Ryder Charity Shop. PS Things from window weren’t for sale.

Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop
Halloween window in Carlow Sue Ryder Charity Shop

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