ENNIS NATIONAL SCHOOL have created a Christmas display in one of the town’s busy shopping centres.

Students along with their parents and grandparents plus staff of Ennis National School played their part in setting up the Christmas Display at Insomnia in the Tesco Shopping Centre.

A rock festival for elves called ElfFest is the theme for this year’s display, all of which has been handcrafted.

Members of the public will be able to admire the display from Wednesday November 30th until Sunday January 1st.

Prior to December 25th, a Christmas wish book will be located inside the door of the café for children to sign with organisers informing The Clare Echo that this will be delivered to be Santa before he departs the North Pole.

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