Mohill Family Support Centre have launched a new project aimed to brighten up the town for St. Patrick's day.
With in person St. Patrick's Day celebrations cancelled for the second year in a row due to the ongoing pandemic, staff have began an initiative that will see messages of support, short stories and drawings put up around the town.
The Family Resource centre is calling on people of all ages to get involved by emailing, posting or dropping off positive messages, pictures of positivity or historical pieces regarding Ireland's national holiday.
The Centre's volunteers and staff have being erecting the pieces throughout the town over the last week with entries still encouraged.
The items will be showcased throughout the town until Easter in an effort to bring cheer to those who may be struggling as Covid health restrictions continue.
Laura McHugh from the Mohill Family Resource centre says it's so important for people to help each other in trying times: