Monster Moos for Hallowe'en

October 10, 2015

Our Moos are back on mall for Hallowe'en in aid of Marie Curie NI. They have once again been painted by local primary schools and playgroups and they have done an absolutely fantastic job. Thanks to all the pupils and teachers who got involved and helped to make the Moos as scary and spooky as ever. Our Moos have become a Forestside tradition now and young and old alike are always fascinated when they make a welcome return to the mall. They also remain one of our most valuable fundraising tools for the vital charities that Forestside partners up with every year so we, along with Marie Curie NI, really appreciate the effort that has gone into decorating them.

Minecraft Moo was expertly painted by the P4 pupils at Harding Memorial Primary School. We love the way the artists have all signed their names.

Glenveagh School's fantastic Moo looks like he was created by Dr. Frankenstein but his spider buddies seem to like it.

The spiders have made themselves right at home on St. Ita's Primary School's P2 pupils' Monster Moo.

All the Hallowe'en witches will love Cregagh Primary School's Moo. What witch needs a cat when they can have a Monster Moo  instead!

Millennium Integrated Primary School created this very spooky Moo with Candy Skull make up and flaming fiery hooves.

Carryduff Play Care Out of School Club created this fantastic Monster Moo based on the Headless Horseman.

We love Cairnshill Primary School's Meg and Mog Moo.

Thank you to all the very talented pupils and teachers who have made the Monster Moos look so amazing. They are already on mall raising lots of money for Marie Curie NI and surprising and delighting customers in their fantastic Hallowe'en costumes.





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