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The 5th Annual Charity Walk With Alex will take place on Thursday 6th July at 7:00pm in Glengoole.

This year all proceeds from the walk will go to The Jack and Jill Children's Foundation and Clonmel Paediatric Unit.

Both have helped Alex and his family and hundreds of others and a group consisting of family and friends of Alex have come together to help to raise some much needed funds for them.

Please support our walk and help raise some much needed funds for both Jack and Jill and our local paediatric unit in Clonmel.
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Charity Walk With Alex

July 6, 2017, 7:00pm - July 6, 2017, 10:00pm

Glengoole

Our 5th Annual Charity Walk With Alex will take place on Thursday 6th July at 7:00pm in Glengoole. This year all proceeds from the walk will go to The Jack and Jill Children's Foundation and Clonmel Paediatric Unit. Both have helped Alex and his family and hundreds of others and a group consisting of family and friends of Alex have come together to help to raise some much needed funds for them. Alex, who is 6 was born 12 weeks premature, with a severe form of cerebral palsy and damage to both sides of his brain. Alex requires 24/7 care just to give him some relief from a whole range of health issues. The Jack and Jill Foundation work with his family, giving expert advice and all kinds of help, which has changed the lives of Alex and his family. Alex has been attending the local paediatric unit in Clonmel since he was discharged from the special care baby unit as a tiny baby. They have gotten him through various different illnesses and complications from his conditions from seizures to severe chest infections and pneumonia, they have saved his life on more then one occasion and Alex's family will be forever grateful to them. All of the staff are amazing and go out of their way to make Alex as comfortable and happy as possible when he is admitted. Please support our walk and help raise some much needed funds for both Jack and Jill and our local paediatric unit in Clonmel.

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I had the pleasure of welcoming some IFA members from Holycross to Dáil Éireann today.

Photo L-R James Finn, Mattie Butler, Michael Lowry T.D., Jerry Spillane, Sean Donnelly and David Lowry.
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Holycross FC, Fundraiser Night.

Taking place this Saturday night in Thurles Greyhound Stadium.

To buy tickets you can call 0877516758 or email holycrossfc@mail.com
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HFC Night at the Dogs & Novelty RACE!

June 24, 2017, 12:00am - June 24, 2017, 3:00am

Holycross F.C

Be Part Of The Fun - HFC Novelty Race **FREE ENTRY**
Grab your friends, family or neighbours.
Pick your TEAM NAME and TEAM COLOURS.
Enter your team of 5 with a chance to win a MASSIVE TROPHY

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