Help us create a unique video project for Limerick

Alan English, editor

Reporter:

Alan English, editor

Help us create a unique video project for Limerick
THE Limerick Leader will be focusing on all that is good in our community with a unique video project timed to coincide with the year’s Longest Day this Friday.

THE Limerick Leader will be focusing on all that is good in our community with a unique video project timed to coincide with the year’s Longest Day this Friday.

We’re asking readers from all over Limerick and the Mid-West - from those in the heart of the city centre to the smallest townlands of the county - to send us a very short video clip capturing some aspect of local life as filmed on the summer solstice this Friday.

Just 20 seconds taken on a mobile phone will do fine! Even 10 seconds could work out nicely.

It could be a busker playing on O’Connell Street, people enjoying a stroll in the park, a sunrise over Kilmallock, Newcastle West or any other local spot.

You could film a baby taking its first steps, children arriving for school, or practising their hurling skills, or wishing local hero Paul O’Connell well as he prepares to go into battle for the Lions on Saturday in Australia.

It is completely up to you!

We will then package the submitted clips together and make them available to view on our website.

You can send your clip via email to us here in the Leader.

We’ll also be on Twitter to promote the idea, using the hashtag #longestlocalday.

All videos must be taken on Friday and, because we want to have them online that evening, they need to be with us no later than 2.30pm.

Go on, make your mark on Limerick’s Longest Day!