It’s a fine, fine Christmas tradition, and a pretty darned smart one to boot.
Get a bunch of shiny, happy locals together for a few scoops and a singalong in The Carraig come December, and then break out the bucket for Greystones Cancer Support.
That way, the craic hits mighty on the funometer, and the town’s longstanding – and perhaps most loved – charity gets a large chunk of change too.
This year, we’ve already witnessed that high-flying craic, and the Guide’s #1 snapper, John McGowan, was once again on hand for the handing over of the moolah raised.
And Keith Monahan and the gang raised a staggering €3,500 this year.
With an emphasis on the staggering.
Good to see there’s a younger generation already getting involved, ensuring The Jolly Boys & Girls Christmas Singalong will be on song for many a year to come…