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Helena O'Connell, Mountpleasant, who hosted a coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice with Willomina Hekman

Helena O'Connell, Mountpleasant, who hosted a coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice with Willomina Hekman

Alice O'Hare and Margaret Donnelly at Helena O'Connell's coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice

Alice O'Hare and Margaret Donnelly at Helena O'Connell's coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice

Catriona Nixon, Bride Fagan and Ruth O'Connell at coffee morning hosted by Helena O'Connell in aid of the North Louth Hospice

Catriona Nixon, Bride Fagan and Ruth O'Connell at coffee morning hosted by Helena O'Connell in aid of the North Louth Hospice

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Helena O'Connell, Mountpleasant, who hosted a coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice with Willomina Hekman

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The beautiful garden belonging to Mountpleasant resident Helena O’Connell and her husband Pat proved the ideal setting last Tuesday for a coffee morning in aid of the North Louth Hospice.

Helena is a long time supporter of the Hospice and this was the 12th coffee morning which she had hosted at The Lodge, Plaster, Mountpleasant.

However, because of COVID-19 restrictions, she moved this year’s event outdoors and held it earlier than the National Coffee Morning date to avail of the fine weather.

There was a very good turnout at the coffee morning, with supporters enjoying an array of sweet treats as well as the opportunity to stroll around Helena’s lovely garden.

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Helena is very grateful to all those who attended and made donations to the North Louth Hospice which provides invaluable support to people affected by cancer and their families.


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