LOCAL inspiration James Cox was invited to Belfast for the official launch of the first ever bespoke children’s ambulance in the North. Funded by the Children’s Heartbeat Trust, the ambulance, which is kitted out with toys and sensory lights, aims to provide children and their families with a ‘welcoming and comforting space’ when they are […]
By Mark McGoldrick IN May 2021, the people of Fermanagh were touched when then three-year old James Cox took part in a mammoth walking challenge to raise money for the Children’s Heartbeat Trust. Shortly after he was born, James was diagnosed with a hole in his heart, along with several other abnormalities and problems to […]
St Michael’s college minor (U14) team took a good bronze medal at the All-Ireland schools cross-country finals.
Fermanagh athletes produced some good performances at the second stage of the Ulster / NI age group cross-country championships, held on a very demanding course near Virginia in Cavan on Sunday with an individual title for Edel Monaghan and team medals for St Michael’s at U17 and U13 level, bringing their tally to five for the seven age groups they contested at Jordanstown and in Cavan.