A coffee morning held for Daffodil Day at Ellen’s Restaurant in Schull rasied more than €1,800 for the Irish Cancer Society. Pictured at the cheque presentation by Ellen Logan to Eileen Kearney fom the Irish Cancer Society are back (l-r): Nelly Cotter, S Gabriel, Liadh Pyburn, Berna Prendiville, Mary Logan, Helen O’Brien; front (l-r):Eileen Kearney, Ellen Logan, Colette Coughlan, Lynda Morgan. Pic: John Walsh
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by Stephen Johnson WHILE it’s too soon to say how this year’s Daffodil Day 2014 will fair against reaching its €3.45 million initial indications, and the weather, especially in the South West of Ireland, are looking much better than last year. In Kenmare, hundreds of volunteers, including volunteers from local schools, businesses and non-profit organizations, took advantage of the warm and sunny weather to gather donations and sell
PUPILS at Clonakilty’s Gaelscoil Mhichíl Uí Choileán have got into the spirit of Daffodil Day in Clonakilty and raised €415.34 as a result of a no uniform day in which they came to school dressed in the green / yellow colours of the daffodil flower.
Pictured at the annual Bandon Rotary Club Daffodil Day breakfast at the Munster Arms Hotel were Myra Dineen, President, Bandon Rotary Club; Ronan Kelleher; Eileen O’Donovan, ICS and Michelle Lynch. Pic: Denis Boyle
NEW Clonakilty group Ré Nua will be performing a special show at the Inchydoney Lodge & Spa this coming Easter Sunday, April 8th in aid of the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day Clonakilty collection. The group made up of Paula O’Brien, Deirdre Archbold and Karen O’Regan promise “an enchanting evening with a pinch of folk, a hint of country and a sprinkling of classical”.