Lisa looks ahead to big night in Kinawley

Jordan Hill, Lisa McHugh,Therese Malanaphy.

Jordan Hill, Lisa McHugh,Therese Malanaphy.

THERE’S A big night of music coming to Kinawley. Country musician Lisa McHugh, who lives in Enniskillen, is taking her show to the village’s community centre in just two weeks time.

The show takes place on July 12.


Last Friday, the Glaswegian released the first single from the forthcoming album, ‘Mean’.

The ‘Female Artist of the Year’, has covered the Taylor Swift hit, ‘Mean’, and with a strong anti-bullying message in the lyrics, Lisa has found it appropriate to donate all proceeds from the single to PIPS charity.

PIPS provide support to individuals who are considering, or who have at some point considered, ending their own lives. PIPS support families who have lost someone to suicide.

The charity has a small team of paid staff and volunteers supporting those in need, by providing clients with immediate support, such as counselling services and support groups.

“It’s very upsetting to know so many people suffer at the hands of bullying,” said Lisa.

“Far too often, suicide comes hand in hand with this.

Suicide awareness is something so important today, especially among young people, and PIPS is a fantastic, locally-run charity which helps people suffering, on our doorsteps.”


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