Colourful Irish Projects

See how communities around the country are being transformed with colour

So far, the Let’s Colour Project has helped transform over 600 communities nationwide with Colour. We are delighted to once again be helping the nation get that colourful feeling.

 

Be inspired by some of our previous projects below, and check back here regularly for updates on new projects that are taking place in your local area.

 


Greenhills College, Co.Dublin, 2013 Let’s Colour Project.

Let's Colour Project Cork


Dulux ‘Let’s Colour’ brings a new lease of life to St. Fergals National School

 

St. Fergals National School, Killeagh, Cork

 

The Dulux Let’s Colour Project at St.Fergals National School is a great example of how clever use of colour can transform a dull exterior into something truly vibrant and welcoming. As with many schools up and down the country, St.Fergals was painted in dull and uninviting colours and didn’t represent the bright cheery attitudes of the school staff and pupils.

 

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Dulux ‘Let’s Colour’ brings a new lease of life to St. Fergals National School
Dulux ‘Let’s Colour’ brings a new lease of life to St. Fergals National School
Dulux ‘Let’s Colour’ brings a new lease of life to St. Fergals National School

 

Colaiste Chairbre Goes ‘Let’s Colour’ With Dulux

 

Colaiste Chairbre Wall, Dunmanway, Cork

 

Many schools are experiencing a big strain on resources and sadly can become neglected areas where ideally they would be fresh and inviting places for the community, students and staff. Colaiste Chairbre in Dunmanway Co.Cork was one of these schools. That was until they teamed up with the Dulux Let’s Colour Project to give it a fresh coat of paint and a new lease of life. It is now a space to enjoy turning up to and hopefully makes those dreary Monday mornings a little brighter for all.



Colaiste Chairbre Goes ‘Let’s Colour’ With Dulux
Colaiste Chairbre Goes ‘Let’s Colour’ With Dulux
Colaiste Chairbre Goes ‘Let’s Colour’ With Dulux

 

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