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The Fort Centre, Maghera (Horse Riding for the Disabled) were the designated charity at the recent Watty Graham's 75th anniversary gala dinner. Glen chairperson Sean Keane is pictured presenting a £1,000 cheque to Fort Centre representative Sean McKenna. During the dinner, below, a charity auction raised an incredible £2,100 in memory of the late Daniel Bradley, thanks in main to the generosity of Chambers Coach Hire and Roe Pharmacy, Dungiven. Combined with £500 proceeds from end of season U10 and U12 football tournaments, two £1,300 donations were made to F.A.C.T.S (Families with Autism Coming Together for Support) and Assistance Dogs NI. Sean Keane is pictured presenting both cheques to James Bradley, father of Daniel. Also pictured are Thomas, Emma and Kate Gallagher representing Chambers Coach Hire and Roe Pharmacy
ST PATRICK’S, MAYOBRIDGE: The club will host an online safety course tomorrow night at This course is mandatory for all members aged 17 or above. The senior citizens’ Christmas D[...]

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