Despite rain, hail, snow and freezing temperatures Daffodils are beginning to come into bloom, their golden trumpets announcing an end to the gloom of Winter.
The annual fundraiser, centred on the first flower of Spring, represents the Irish Cancer Society’s campaign to bring hope to cancer patients and those affected by the disease.
Every 3 minutes a person in Ireland will get a cancer diagnosis. According to figures released by the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) almost 4,000 in Cork received a cancer diagnosis between 2014 and 2016.
Daffodil Day will take place in East Cork between Friday 22 March and Thursday 28 March at the following venues.
Midleton – East Cork Journal will be selling Daffodils in our office at 88 Main Street, Midleton during office hours from the 6 March – 28 March.
Killeagh Ladies Coffee Morning in the Community Hall Killeagh on 22 March 10-12noon.
Youghal Daffodil Day Ladies 3 Ball Golf Competition & Coffee morning in Youghal Golf Club on the 20 March.
Youghal Daffodil Day Ladies Ticket sales at Lidl Youghal on the 7 March and SuperValu Youghal on 8 March.
Youghal Daffodil Day Ladies Coffee Morning & Raffle in the Red Store on 28 March 10-12noon.
Carrigtwohill Daffodil Day Coffee Morning in the Community Hall on the 22 March 10-12.30pm.
Street sales on the 2 March in Glanmire, Carrigtwohill, Glounthaune, Youghal, Cobh, Midleton, Cloyne, Passage West and Watergrass Hill.