Trish the Witch is a big hit and added to the great Hallowe’en festivities

LOCAL celebrity ghoul ‘Trish the Witch’ swooped into St Oliver Plunkett’s National School and joined in the Halloween celebrations thrilling the students with a personal reading from her second self-titled book.

LOCAL celebrity ghoul ‘Trish the Witch’ swooped into St Oliver Plunkett’s National School and joined in the Halloween celebrations thrilling the students with a personal reading from her second self-titled book.

Trish who has visited the school for many years for Halloween was greeted by a playground full of little ghosts and witches as the junior children were invited to dress up for the occasion.

According to St. Oliver’s Speech and Drama teacher, Patricia Reynolds, Trish’s book is suitable reading for primary school children between the ages of 5 and 9 and many of her students took the opportunity to snap up a signed copy.

The book also features the winning image from Roisin Langon from St. Peter’s Primary school, Dromiskin which was picked by Trish herself from hundreds of school entries. The results of the Trish the Witch drawing competition were as follows: 1st Place is Roisin Langon, Runners Up: Lucy McManus - St. Peter’s Nat school, Dromiskin, Sarah Morgan - St. Fursey’s Nat school, Haggardstown, Aisling Connor - St. Fursey’s nat school, Haggardstown, Jungxi Wu - St. Oliver Plunkett Nat school, Blackrock, Ruairi McMahon - St. Oliver Plunkett Nat school, Blackrock, Janet Ofori - Castletown Girls School, Dundalk, Zoe Davis - Castletown Girls School, Dundalk, Daire MacSearraigh - Gaelscoil Dhun Dealgan, Kyra NicAoidh - Gaelscoil Dhun Dealgan, Evelina Jankauskaite - St. Joseph’s Nat school, Muirhevna, Dundalk, James Luckie - Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Kilsaran, Ben Kierans - Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Kilsaran.