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A Mayo mum has said her family is “truly indebted” to the staff at Temple Street Children’s Hospital after her four-year-old daugther received a life changing kidney transplant there last year.
Children attending Grovelands Childcare are busy making delicious baked goodies this week as part of the national Great Irish Bake in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The baked goods will be on display this Friday April 17 at the Harvest Café in Athlone Towncentre where people can make a donation for this worthy cause.
A 16-month -old toddler was being treated in Temple Street Children’s Hospital this week following an accident in Tuam on Monday.
Galway Corinthians RFC is hosting a first festival of youth rugby for all clubs in Ireland, in support of Temple Street Children’s University Hospital and Galway Autism Partnership.
The 10th annual Aer Arann Islands half marathon in aid of Temple Street Hospital will take place on Inis Mór, the largest of the three Aran Islands on Saturday.
Naked Camera star PJ Gallagher, is making a highly anticipated comeback with his first Irish tour in two years and there is a Mayo performance scheduled in the 14-date ‘Concussion’ tour, at the Lodge at Ashford, in Cong, on Saturday, January 24.
Galway auctioneers O’Donnellan & Joyce and independent charity ALONE, are joining forces this Christmas to support ALONE’S ‘Key to Dignity’ campaign, which aims to double supportive housing for older people.
Peter Mark salons all over Ireland, including Athlone, will once again grab their ghds, plug in their hairdryers, and turn the fun-o-meter to high as the team goes that extra mile to raise funds for Temple Street Children’s University Hospital this October 24-27.
The Tochar Pháidraig walk from Ballintubber Abbey to Croagh Patrick will take place on Sunday week, June 28. Fundraisers for the Roisin Tansey Fund will be doing the walk to raise money for the fund. They have asked that anyone who would like to join them on the walk or to sponsor them to contact James Keane on 087 9622946 or email [email protected] or donate online at www.roisintanseyfund.com.
A Corrundulla man will attempt to swim the length of Killary Fjord in Connemara to raise much needed funds for his nephew who was born with the rare chromosomal condition Mosaic Trisomy 9.