Darragh on look out for ‘goodness’

Internet sensation and ‘busy man’ little farmer Darragh O’Neill is looking for Coleraine and Ballymoney folk to take part in goodness campaign.

Monday, 10th May 2021, 10:39 am
Influencer and mum Caroline O’Neill with her sons Pearse (age 6) and Darragh (age 5), who rose to fame last year after a video of his busy farming chat went viral, are helping launch Dale Farm’s ‘Good things happen to Good people’ campaign, a six-week acts of kindness campaign. Who would YOU nominate in Coleraine and Ballymoney?

Earlier this year, Dairy brand Dale Farm unveiled a new look, which takes it back to its roots, a farmer owned, local company, founded on goodness.

To celebrate, the company is on a mission to start “a ripple effect of goodness” with a six-week kindness reward campaign.

Dale Farm has teamed-up with local mum Caroline O’Neill, whose son Darragh, age 5, shot to fame last year after a video of his busy farming chat went viral.

People are encouraged to share stories of generosity and goodness and with over £500 worth of prizes to be given away every week.

Nominate yourself or someone else by visiting www.sharinggoodnesseveryday.com