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Friday 20 September 2019

Vintage club calendars raise €3,300 for Crumlin

Gerry Cully from Our Ladies Hospital for sick children in Crumlin receiving a cheque for €3,300 from the Tullogher Rosbercon Vintage Club in the Parish Pump last Friday night, the proceeds of the sale of their 2015 calendar
Gerry Cully from Our Ladies Hospital for sick children in Crumlin receiving a cheque for €3,300 from the Tullogher Rosbercon Vintage Club in the Parish Pump last Friday night, the proceeds of the sale of their 2015 calendar

Esther Hayden

The Tullogher Rosbercon Vintage and Classic club presented a cheque for €3,300 to Our Lady's Hospital, Crumlin at the weekend.

The money was raised following the sale of 2015 calendars and was presented to Gerry Cully, fundraising manager, who gratefully accepted it on behalf of Our Lady's Hospital, Crumlin.

The cheque was presented by Secretary, Liz Curran and Treasurer, Mickie Curran on behalf of the club.

Bob Saunders, Chairperson, thanked all the individuals and businesses who took adverts in the calendar, the committee who brought the calendar together, all those who sold calendars and especially everyone who purchased the beautifully vintage themed calendar.

Gerry Cully spoke of the great work that is done in Our Lady's Hospital, Crumlin and expressed his sincere thanks to the Tullogher Vintage and Classic club for their generosity.

He also spoke of the support network the hospital provides to very sick children and their families throughout their illnesses. Following the presentation tea and light refreshments were provided, thanks to Trudy Power Catering and also to the Parish Pump. If you wish to buy a copy of the 2015 calendar at the price of €5, please contact any of the committee members.

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