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The Inspirational Diary was created by Mary Heeran White to support the work of Professor John Crown and the The Caroline Foundation.
The Wingers launched the CD “Beeswing”, in aid of the Cancer Clinical Research Trust, at a concert in Ennis on Friday evening February 5th.
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The launch was introduced by Professor John Crown with local man Ger Sweeney acting as MC. The Wingers were joined on stage on the night by a host of guests and friends from the world of music including friends from Shaskeen, Clare singer/songwriter PJ Murrihy, the great Tonto Murphy, the Two Bows, Eoin O’Neill & Brid O’Gorman and many more.
The Wingers is a group comprising seven members, all of whom have had loved ones affected by cancer. This CD launch and its production is a very personal one for all involved. “This is an opportunity to give something back in return for all the wonderful things that have come to us through the invaluable work of Professor Crown and his CCRT team.” says David Sanders of the Wingers.
When Richard Thompson (the author of the song) was approached he agreed to waive his royalty fees for the song to assist the Wingers and CCRT. We are most grateful to Mr. Thompson for his generosity.
A huge thank you goes to the Wingers, comprising Felim O’ Coilean, David Sanders, Stephen O’ Flaherty, Jack Talty, Frank Healy, Pat Costello and Paul Cropera who are assisted on the CD by Moira Murrihy, Joanie Madden and Neil O’ Loghlen.
Look who is supporting the Great Bear Chain Guinness World record attempt for 17 May? Big bear hug for Paul O’Connell You ready? Please get in touch to register and confirm to Helen@thecarolinefoundation.com.
The Caroline Foundation are aiming to break their 2nd Guinness World Record!
Join The Caroline Foundation in breaking yet another Guinness World Record! This exciting record attempt will take place on Sunday, May 17th 2015, along the Greystones seafront.
We are looking for 8000 teddy bears and 80 teams!!
Please contact Helen for further details, and to get involved! firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you miss Prof John Crown at the Ireland East Cancer Open House on 23-24 January?
Aine Lawlor broadcast a 2-part series which aired on Thursday, Nov 7th and 14th on RTE One.