Carbury kids raise funds for hospice

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CHEQUE: Carbury National School fourth-class students (l-r) Mia Harmon Clinch, Anushka Pathak and Sadhbh Timmons Hennessey present their cheque to members of the Children’s Ward staff at Sligo Hospital (l-r) Dr. Nuala Quinn, Cathriona McHale (Staff Nurse), Bernie Clancy (Nurse Manager), Dr. Nath Tummaluru (Consultant) and Orla McDonagh (Staff Nurse).
CHEQUE: Carbury National School fourth-class students (l-r) Mia Harmon Clinch, Anushka Pathak and Sadhbh Timmons Hennessey present their cheque to members of the Children’s Ward staff at Sligo Hospital (l-r) Dr. Nuala Quinn, Cathriona McHale (Staff Nurse), Bernie Clancy (Nurse Manager), Dr. Nath Tummaluru (Consultant) and Orla McDonagh (Staff Nurse).

Three enterprising kids from Carbury National School succeeded in raising over €200 before Christmas which, last week, they presented to the Children’s War of Sligo Regional Hospital.

Fourth Class Students Mia Harmon Clinch, Anushka Pathak and Sadbh Timmons Hennessy set up a Christmas stall with home-made goods at the IT Sligo Christmas Market in December to raise the funds.

They also organised a raffle, with the Hickey’s Parmacy Group sponsoring a beautiful hamper as top prize, for the market and their Christmas stall was provided free of charge by Guy Marsden.

The students presented the cheque for €203 to the staff of the Children’s Ward, who were very thankful for their efforts.

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