Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 26 July 2014

Charities say a big 'thank you'

WOODBANK HOUSE: Cookstown (May 19) £21.17: Dungannon (May 19) £127.62; Newry (May 26) £157.22; Armagh (May 26) £13.49. N MAYSE. HURT: Ballymena (May 13) £88.23; Larne (May 2) £39.37; Omagh (May 27) £58.89. S REILLY. DUNVALE HOUSE: Lisburn (May 17) £35.26. B GALLAGHER. NSPCC: Omagh ( April 2) £212.. E WHITESIDE. ACTION MS NI: Carryduff (May 5) £328.3; Ballymoney (May 6) £639.41; Bangor (May 7) £811.16; North Belfast (May 13) £357.92; Newry (May 14) £983.13 plus €163.24; Garvagh (May19) £617.56. CAROL ABROL. WE CARE THIRD WORLD CHARITY: Cookstown (Mar 25) £211.25; Newtownards (April 1) £31.4; Derry (April 8) £326.1; Glengormley (April 15) £181.61; Enniskillen (April 25) £231.26; Downpatrick (April 22) £237.3; Bangor (May 13) £256.45; Dungannon (May 2) £248.9; Newry (May 27) £354.92. EILEEN MANLY

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