It celebrated its first camp of the year last weekend.
Kildare's Barretstown has thrown open its doors again, for some serious fun.
The facility offers free specially designed camps and programmes for children with serious and chronic illnesses, and their families.
Many campers are imuno-compromised are were among the first to have to cocoon at the beginning of the pandemic.
Barretstown then developed a series of online and remote camps, to maintain connectivity with children and their families.
😁💚 What an amazing weekend at Barretstown. We had so much fun with our camper families who celebrated the first weekend of summer back here onsite and we're already looking forward to the next one 🤩 Find more photos on our Facebook.#Barretstown #BarretstownCamp pic.twitter.com/AOzAl2z18L— Barretstown (@Barretstown) June 8, 2021
CEO, Dee Ahearn, has been speaking to Kildare Today.
She was welcoming campers back was joyous.
Dee Ahearn joined Eoin Beatty on Thursday's edition of the programme.