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(From left) Liam Leacy, Davy Power, Paddy Redmond (Hope Centre), Tom Kelly, Wilie Whelan (chairman), Tom Plummer, Tina Priestly (Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation), Dave Ricot and David Dunne (treasurer) at the Bree Vintage Club presentation of cheques to Hope Cancer Support Centre and the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

(From left) Liam Leacy, Davy Power, Paddy Redmond (Hope Centre), Tom Kelly, Wilie Whelan (chairman), Tom Plummer, Tina Priestly (Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation), Dave Ricot and David Dunne (treasurer) at the Bree Vintage Club presentation of cheques to Hope Cancer Support Centre and the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

(From left) Liam Leacy, Davy Power, Paddy Redmond (Hope Centre), Tom Kelly, Wilie Whelan (chairman), Tom Plummer, Tina Priestly (Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation), Dave Ricot and David Dunne (treasurer) at the Bree Vintage Club presentation of cheques to Hope Cancer Support Centre and the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

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TWO very worthy charity organisations were the beneficiaries of the fundraising efforts of a local vintage club recently when they were each presented with cheques for €3,012.10.

The members of Bree Vintage Club were delighted to be in a position to support the Hope Cancer Support Centre and also the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

The club representatives presented the cheques to Paddy Redmond, who accepted the money on behalf of the Hope Cancer Support Centre, and Tina Priestly from the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation.

They thanked the club members for their generosity and said the money will be put to very good use, as well as being very much appreciated by everyone involved with both organisations.

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With fundraising effort curtailed massively over the past 18 months, the support of entities like Bree Vintage Club is invaluable to charities such as the Hope Centre and the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, as they rely very much on the support of the public to help them continue to provide their invaluable services.


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