Colin may be saviour of centre

Mary Murphy

Published 30/04/2014 | 05:36

Diarmaid de Bhillis hanging out with Colin Farrell during Colin’s visit to Home From Home.

HOLLYWOOD A-Lister Colin Farrell might just have helped secure the future of a vital Killarney special needs centre when he visited the cash-strapped facility to help raise its profile, The Kerryman can exclusively reveal.

The Dublin actor called into the 'Home From Home' centre in Ballydowney to spend time with the special needs children attending the centre in a break from his busy filming schedule in Sneem.

It's almost two years since Farrell opened his heart about his own son James, who was born with a rare form of Cerebral Palsy, and in an exclusive interview with The Kerryman this week he reveals how he felt fortunate to have had the opportunity to witness the "effort, passion and dedication" of staff and parents at the Killarney facility. "There should be a Home From Home in every town in Ireland," he states.


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