THE Aisling Centre is preparing to celebrate a massive milestone.
Local charity Aisling Centre is celebrating 30 years of tireless promotion of positive mental health and emotional well-being in Fermanagh.
The third annual hope, healing and growth event will be held on Saturday January 4th 2020 in the Crest Centre at South West College and it will mark the beginning of the milestone year for the charity.
Dr Ann Mc Dermot, chair of the Aisling Centre highlighted the growing success of the event and the momentum it was building in helping to inspire people in living life to the full and to support people in difficult times.
“The event will build on the successes of the last two years, presenting a programme of some of the most inspirational and motivational speakers on the Island of Ireland.”
Keynote speakers on the day will include Declan Coyle author of the ‘Green Platform’, Gerry Farrell, Psychiatrist and lecturer and Fermanagh native Agnes Lunny OBE who is a leading voice for people with learning and intellectual disability.
Aideen McGinley,one of the organisers, encouraged people to attend and said, “You will hear personal stories of everyday miracles in a day of reflection, relaxation and restoration.
“The positivity of the event has inspired many and this year once again we have a lot to learn from others to help us all on our own life journeys.”
All proceeds from the event will be used in support of the provision of counselling and play therapy services at the Aisling Centre.
Tickets are £15 and available on Eventbrite – http://bit.ly/hopehealinggrowth2020.
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