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Celebrate with Tiny Dancer at Claregalway Castle

Help fund Tiny Dancer Lily-Mae Morrison’s on-going fight against cancer by joining her at a charity party this weekend at Claregalway Castle.

Glam Girl’s Night Out For Lily Mae

Large crowds are expected in the Claregalway Hotel next Thursday Nov 28 for a Glam Girl’s Night Out For Lily Mae with all proceeds going towards the Sunni Mae Trust.

Camogie stars to be honoured at Galway People of the Year Awards

The Galway People of the Year Special Achievement Award which will be presented at the annual awards black tie gala in the Galway Bay Hotel on Friday next November 1 goes to the Galway senior and intermediate camogie teams and management.

Fundraising concert for Lily-Mae next weekend

A fundraising night for Lily-Mae Morrison and other children suffering from neuroblastoma will be held in Monroe’s Live on Saturday October 5 from 9pm.

‘Tiny Dancer’ single is No 1 for Lily-Mae

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Galway's 'Tiny Dancer' Lily-Mae Morrison was presented with a cheque for €95,000 at a special fundraising night held in Monroe's Live, Dominick Street recently.

‘A Song for Lily Mae’ organisers voice concerns over €27,000 owed by HMV

The producers behind ‘A Song for Lily Mae’, the charity single released to raise money for four-year-old neuroblastoma sufferer Lily Mae Morrison, are in limbo as it is unclear whether the €27,000 owed to the charity by HMV will be paid.

A Christmas concert for Lily Mae

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A Christmas concert in support of Lily Mae Morrison and the Sunni Mae Trust will take place in the Galway Cathedral on Tuesday December 18 at 8pm.

A Christmas concert for Lily Mae

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A Christmas concert in support of Lily Mae Morrison and the Sunni Mae Trust will take place in the Galway Cathedral on Tuesday December 18 at 8pm.

Musician’s busk gigs during Volvo raises €6,000 for Lilly Mae fund

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Lilly Mae Morrison (4) was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer that affects one in every 100,000 children in Ireland. During the VOlvo Ocean Race finale, Jamie Harrison, a local musician, performed on the streets of Galway to raise funds for the Sunni Mae trust, a charity set up to raise funds for Lilly Mae. After a total of four days busking, Jamie raised €6100 as a result of the generosity of the Galway people.

 

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