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It's your last chance to snap up one of these hares

You might have spotted them in a public space recently.

YOU MIGHT HAVE noticed some hare artwork on display in public spaces throughout the country recently.

If you’re interested in snapping one up, time is running out.

Over 70 three-foot fibreglass hares have been designed by artists from around the country to raise funds for the Jack & Jill Foundation.

To date, bids have ranged from €220 to €1,600 per hare.

It's your last chance to snap up one of these hares
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  • Hares on the March

    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood
  • Hares on the March

    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood
  • Hares on the March

    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood
  • Hares on the March

    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood
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  • Hares on the March

    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood
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    Source: Photographer: Paul Sherwood

All images: Paul Sherwood

Over €63,000 was raised during this week at a live auction in the Royal College of Physicians for 25 golden hares, with the Pauline Bewick-designed hare selling for €8,500.

The online Hares on the March auction will close at 5pm tomorrow. More information can be read here.

Since 1997, Jack & Jill has supported over 2,000 children with brain damage from birth to four years of age.

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