| 11.6°C Belfast

Shining light on charity's new appeal

Close

Gary Hunter, who is living with a terminal illness and Marie Curie Registered Nurse Tracy McWilliams among the illuminated daffodils at Belfast Castle to launch the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal

Gary Hunter, who is living with a terminal illness and Marie Curie Registered Nurse Tracy McWilliams among the illuminated daffodils at Belfast Castle to launch the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal

Gary Hunter, who is living with a terminal illness and Marie Curie Registered Nurse Tracy McWilliams among the illuminated daffodils at Belfast Castle to launch the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal

Terminal illness charity Marie Curie has unveiled a Garden of Light at Belfast Castle to mark the launch of the charity's annual Great Daffodil Appeal.

The unique installation features 300 lit daffodils - each one representing someone affected by terminal illness who will be helped by Marie Curie here this March.

Gary Hunter from Comber, who helped launch the appeal, is living with leukaemia and an aggressive urological cancer.

He said the Garden of Light is "a wonderful way to represent the nurses and the light that Marie Curie brings to people.

"I wear my daffodil with pride that I'm helping Marie Curie reach more people like my family and I."

Daily Headlines & Evening Telegraph Newsletter

Receive today's headlines directly to your inbox every morning and evening, with our free daily newsletter.

This field is required


Top Videos



Privacy