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Calling 8 to 16 yr olds with Big Dreams

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14/05/2014 11:24 - Announcements
Una Foden is back on RTÉ Two with another series of “Una’s Dream Ticket” and she wants to make your dreams come true!
Have you always dreamt of flying a plane? Or hanging out with your favourite pop star? Or maybe spending the day on a movie set? Well, if you’re between 8 and 16 years old and have a lifelong dream or a burning ambition, Una wants to hear from you!
Last year, over 30 dreamers had their wishes fulfilled – Cormac Short got a VIP golf lesson from Padraig Harrington, Keela Brogan walked the cobblestones of Corrie, Grace O’Connor designed her very own piece of jewellery and David Cosgrave spent the day with Hollywood actor Chris O’Dowd. From driving a digger to training dogs for a day, Una sprinkled her magic on lots of people just like you!
This year, if you could have one big wish come true, what would it be? Would you show off your dancing or singing skills, indulge your passion for animals or travel? Spend the day with one of your heroes? Or maybe just swap places with your Dad or teacher?
Tell Una what your big dream is and you could be one of this year’s lucky dreamers – she might just wave her magic wand to make your dream come true.
Una said: “ I want to hear the biggest, the best, the craziest dreams children all over Ireland have - no dream is too big or too small!! I just can´t wait to make loads more dreams come true.”

If you’re between 8 – 16 years old and have a big dream, we want to hear all about it in 100 words or less.

Closing date for applications is 25th July 2014 so get your dreams into us AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!

Email your wish to:

Post your dream to: Una’s Dream Ticket, Tyrone Productions, 133 Capel Street, Dublin 1

Call us on: 01 889 4981

Open to applications from residents of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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