All Forthcoming Events

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21 November 2017
Book Launch - Banbridge Library -

Karen Mooney will launch her third anthology of poetry
at a special session of Poetry & Pancakes

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24 November 2017
Coffee Morning -

Murphy's of The Green
9 Bowling Green, Strabane are holding a coffee morning on Nov 24th from 9am to 2pm

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26 November 2017
Wedding Fair - Corick House Hotel & Spa -

In aid of Motor Neurone Disease
This 3 hour fashion show takes place in Corick House Hotel Clogher.
Featuring Modelling of Bridal & Occasion wear of La Mariee, Shauna Fay, Claire Garvey. Berling and Lisa's attic. As well as featuring Donna Mackin Millinery & more.
Also on auction is a painting of Slieve Gullion lake by Rosemarie McArdle. There will also be a wedding package up for auction, as well as a FREE Engagement shoot up for grabs. So for any brides out there please come along for a nice afternoon. Tickets are £10 to get yours please contact Edel on 07719943671 or 00353 87 355 7263 or call Corick House Hotel, Clogher on 028 8554 8216
The MNDA BIG Raffle winners will be also announced on this day.
The event will also introduce Sinead McCann wedding planner who will also compere on the day.
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05 January 2018
Video Competition

Advanced Care Planning video competition
Be in with a chance to win a £200 Ticketmaster voucher by simply using your creativity!
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All Year
Roisin McGinn Fundraiser -

Raising funds for MND research in honour of Mary McGinn Motor Neurone Disease Association because I want to see a treatment for MND in my lifetime!

You can donate online by clicking
If you Gift Aid your donation it will be increased by 25% at no cost to you

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The Thumbs Up sign represents David Niven's last defiant gesture. It remains the Motor Neurone Disease Association's symbol of hope