21-year-old Ederney native Eimear McGrath has been busy conducting a fundraising Jerusalema dance for the whole parish.
Going the extra mile to support Marie Curie
THE communities of Belleek and Garrison have not let Covid stop them from going the extra mile in support of the Marie Curie ‘Your Walk, Your Way Campaign’, which raised over £7,500 during the month of September. Teresa O’Loughlin, owner of Think6 Marketing Solutions told the Herald, “Think6 has been working with Marie Curie on […]
We’re up for the fight: huge surge of public support for SWAH staff
Recent hardships have done nothing to dampen community spirit.
Cancer nurse’s career is true vocation
OVER the past 30 years Ruth Keys has seen a lot of changes, but one thing that has remained constant has been her work as a Marie Curie nurse. “Although the world around me has changed over the years, my goal as a nurse hasn’t changed – it’s the patients’ needs that matter and I […]
Maguiresbridge community steps out in memory of Pauline
THE people of Maguiresbridge are set to take to the streets in memory of community woman Pauline Butler. Pauline, from Main Street, Maguiresbridge, died at home after a long battle with cancer in December 2018. Wife to Raymond and mother of six, she was a keen walker and was a member of Coonian Ramblers regularly […]
Lee Johnston to raise funds for Marie Curie
Fermanagh’s Lee Johnston is undoubtedly ‘Mr Happy-go-Lucky’ in the International Road Racing paddocks, with his wisecracks and one-liners, but like almost everyone these days, the East Coast Racing pilot has experienced first hand, the turmoil Cancer can bring into a family home.
Caring for the dying a tough but rewarding job
EVERY year Marie Curie Cancer Care have their daffodil appeal in March, which raises vital funds so Marie Curie nurses throughout Northern Ireland can care for the terminally ill, giving patients a chance to die at home with their families and loved ones.
Jonathan defying age to cycle 400 miles for charity
FOR most 68-year-olds the thought of embarking on a 400 mile cycle would be something they would not dare attempt in their wildest dreams, but Springfield man Jonathan Isherwood is not your average pensioner.