Two Local Charities in Bantry are working together to save resources and have the twice the fun together.
Bantry Community Choir, and Rural Animal Welfare Resources (RAWR) have developed a great relationship benefitting both.
RAWR have Collecting Buckets which they loan out to the choir whenever needed. In return the Choir come along and help to collect at RAWR's annual street Collection.
Look out for familiar faces too, with both groups getting out and about carol singing over the next few weeks.
RAWR supplying the song books, and some choir members coming along to boost the number of singers for RAWR.
Choir Members Wave O'Keeffe and Nora Edgeworth presented RAWR members Joan Marshall and Sandy Da Silva with a cheque for €100 raised at their recent concert.
Helped of course by gorgeous kittens, and dogs Tilly and Benjamin.