Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 2 September 2015

Charities say thank you

Published 16/12/2011

Hope (Help on Pensioners' Entitlements): Holywood (Sept 24) £289.05; Carrickfergus (Oct 14) £201.91; Downpatrick (Oct 21) £232.42; Coleraine (Oct 28) £305.37; Portadown (Oct 29) £222.14; Banbridge (Nov 4) £323.95; Newry (Nov 5) £330.92; Strabane (Nov 12) £259.07.

R THOMPSON

ANGLING FIRST: South Belfast (Sept 22) £308.10; Bangor (Oct 10) £184.30; Newtownards (Oct 12) £189.22; Omagh (Oct 14) £349.92; Cookstown (Oct 15) £209.80; Ballynahinch (Oct 20) £86.31; Larne (Oct 27) £246.10; Banbridge (Oct 28) £354.84; Limavady (Nov 18) £512.10; Coleraine (Nov 19) £465.03; Strabane (Nov 24) £231.76; Portadown (Nov 25) £137.41; Antrim (Dec 2) £178.88; Carrickfergus (Dec 3) £321.61. M McGIVERN

ACTION MS: Carryduff (Dec 1) 191.35: Lurgan (Dec 2) £662.34; Newry (Dec 3) £694.08 plus €93.00: Coalisland (Nov 24) £592.13. J HAYES

ACTION MS: East Belfast (Nov 18) £527.65; Maghera (Nov 25) £591.06; Limavady (Nov 26) £571.46. I MARTIN

THE MISSION TO SEAFARERS, BELFAST; Newtownards (Sept 23 and 24) £1,179.62; Bangor (Sept 28 and Oct 1) £185.85; Magherafelt (Oct 8) £725.73. D SALTERS

CLONDERMOTT HOUSE; Enniskillen (Nov 4) £392.38.

J ANDERSON

DUNVALE HOUSE: Omagh (Nov 7) £421.84; Strabane (Nov 11) £68.27; Enniskillen/Irvinestown (Nov 14) £373.14; Lurgan (Nov 18) £246.22; Banbridge (Nov 18) £303.79; Newry (Nov 21) £279.21; Armagh (Nov 21) £135.61.

B GALLAGHER

WOODBANK HOUSE: Limavady (Nov 5) £303.76; Lisburn (Nov 8) £113.59; Ballymena (Nov 17) £38.27; Omagh (Nov 24) £327.19; Belfast (Nov 25) £533.76; Belfast (Nov 28) £497.00. C SWIFT

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