Cultural Group’s funds will help grant Angel Wishes

Kellswater & Tullynamullan Cultural Group present a cheque for �300, the proceeds of their recent Beetle Drive, to Angel Wishes N.I., a charity set up in February 2015 by Gaye Kerr in memory of her twin children, Helen and Brian, who both passed away as a result of cancer related illness. Included are Des McCaughern (Secretary), Gaye Kerr, John Cupples (Chairman) and Gayes sister Dianne Allen (Assistant Secretary). Angel Wishes aims to provide special treats for children in Northern Ireland faced with a diagnosis of cancer. (Submitted Picture).
Kellswater & Tullynamullan Cultural Group present a cheque for �300, the proceeds of their recent Beetle Drive, to Angel Wishes N.I., a charity set up in February 2015 by Gaye Kerr in memory of her twin children, Helen and Brian, who both passed away as a result of cancer related illness. Included are Des McCaughern (Secretary), Gaye Kerr, John Cupples (Chairman) and Gayes sister Dianne Allen (Assistant Secretary). Angel Wishes aims to provide special treats for children in Northern Ireland faced with a diagnosis of cancer. (Submitted Picture).

Kellswater & Tullynamullan Cultural Group have presented a cheque for £300, the proceeds of their recent Beetle Drive, to Angel Wishes N.I..

The charity was set up in February 2015 by Gaye Kerr in memory of her twin children, Helen and Brian, who both passed away as a result of cancer related illness.

Included here at the presentation are Des McCaughern (Secretary), Gaye Kerr, John Cupples (Chairman) and Gaye’s sister Dianne Allen (Assistant Secretary).

Angel Wishes aims to provide special treats for children in Northern Ireland faced with a diagnosis of cancer.

(Submitted Picture).