U2's bass guitarist is St Patrick's Mental Health Hospital's "Walk in My Shoes" campaign ambassador
The campaign gets young and old to wear odd and funky shoes for the day to make them consider how it could feel to suffer from mental health challenges
Their message is simply this!
Across Ireland hundreds of schools have taken part in funky shoe days to raise awareness among children. A Ballinamore Community School, Leitrim, the teachers took their funky shoes day very seriously
In fact the teachers at Ballinamore Community School, Leitrim, were really strutting their stuff in these high-heels.
And of course there was a real element of competition among the teachers at Ballinamore Community School, Leitrim
Some funky shoes at Ballinamore Community School, Leitrim were really very strange indeed!
Hundreds of schools across Ireland have already taken part in the "Walk in My Shoes" campaign and support is surging in 2013
The kids at Pobalscoil Inbhearr Sceine, Kenmare, taking part in a funky shoes days
On Tory Island, County Donegal, with a population of just over 100, they held a "Walk in My Shoes" walk
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