Niamh Dolan on life after Enda and how the foundation set up in his memory brings her family some comfort

It is now three-and-a-half years since Co Tyrone student Enda Dolan was knocked down and killed in Belfast, but the pain hasn't lessened for his grieving family. Here, his mother Niamh tells Gail Bell how the foundation set up in his memory helps bring some comfort

I was the one who took Enda out on driving lessons. I love that we did that together, although around nearly every corner of the local roads there are heartbreaking memories Picture: Margaret McLaughlin
Gail Bell
OF ALL the cherished memories she has banked of her beloved eldest son, it is the whimsy of his haircut that temporarily illuminates Niamh Dolan’s face in a surprising, sunny smile. It is a b[...]

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