Temple Street patients play dress-up in spirit of Halloween campaign

Patients of Temple Street Children’s Hospital joined in on a special celebration to launch this year’s 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street' campaign.

Pictured are Grace Cogan (10) and Luke Staunton (6) at the launch of Temple Street Foundation's annual Trick or Treat for Temple Street campaign.

The children played dress up in their most terrifying costumes in spirit of the Halloween campaign.

Temple Street is calling on people to host a Halloween party and raise funds for the children’s hospital.

The funds raised from this year’s Trick or Treat for Temple Street will help to upgrade and replace specialised equipment such as cardiac monitors and incubators.

To register your Trick or Treat party today, simply call 01 878 4344 or click here.

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