Nolan Burns Fund
The Carmel Nolan Burns Cancer Support Fund thanks all who supported its fund-raiser in the Carraig Hotel last month including donors, sponsors, entertainers and those who promoted the event.
The Fund also thanks the wonderful people in Clonmel Vintage & Classic Car Club for running their vintage & classic car run in early August in support of the cause.
Carmel Nolan Burns continues to make a good recovery following an operation in the UK to remove a rare tumour, which resulted in the loss of one of her legs from the hip.
The purpose of the fund is to support her in regaining her mobility and functional independence through the provision of prosthetics and aftercare and to ease some of the financial burden on her.
The support fund would like to hear from people with ideas for fund-raising activities.
If you think you can help, please contact (086) 8551253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details can be found at http://www.mycharity.ie/charity/carmel_nolan_burns/ or visit the Carmel Nolan Burns Cancer Support Fund Facebook page.
Members of St. Nicholas Boxing Club in Carrick-on-Suir are back training after the summer break on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays at 7pm in the Parish Hall, Greenside.
New members, both boys and girls, always welcome.
Tuesday Club: 1st Mary Arrigan and Tilly O’Donnell, 2nd Angela Brown and Brian Purcell and 3rd Annette Wise and Anne Connolly
Thursday Club: 1st Maureen Finucane and Brid Coghlan, 2nd Kitty Lalor and Phyllis Forgarty and 3rd Bernie Casey and Milena Mullins.
Staff at Carrick-on-Suir’s Ormond Castle are very pleased with the public attendance at the events held there during Heritage Week.
The photographic exhibition ‘Ormond through the Centuries’ was a huge success as was Tom Walsh’s talk on the town’s laneways.
The Castle will close before the end of the month, so there are just a few weeks left this year to visit this wonderful site.