FDYS project brightens up office space at Ely House
Young people from the Lee Heights Project in the FDYS have brightened up the lives of staff at Wexford's Social Work department in Ely House.
The youngsters aged from 12 to 14 arrived with brushes and pots of colourful paint to create a mural on a wall in the child and family agency's archive room.
Their efforts transformed an uninspiring grey office space into a cheerful place to be.
'It's been a pleasure seeing local young people play an active role in preparing our new archive room which will become a safe and secure place for the information we store,' said principal social worker Greg Mullan.
'Thank you so much to these fantastic young people for all their artistic endeavours at the social work department.'
'They not only participated in this brightening up project but they certainly brightened up our department for two very enjoyable and fun-filled days', he said.