In early July 2019, a group of adventurous travellers will climb Pointe Burnaby (4, 153m) in Switzerland following in the footsteps of Elizabeth Hawkins Whitshed of Greystones, County Wicklow raising funds for Cancer Research…
‘A real-life superhero’ is how Brendan’s sister Rita described her brother after he canoed all the way from Strabane to Manchester to raise funds for a cancer charity which supported her through her illness.
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
The Perfect Date Night! Saturday 25th May 2019
With DJ Electric Eddie – Book Your Ticket Now!
Team up with us at Powerscourt Golf Club on Thursday 23rd May 2019. Shotgun start at 13.30pm…
The Caroline Foundation Inaugural Celtic Camino Walk!
The Bray Coastal Celtic Camino route to St James’s Church in Dublin takes place on Sunday May 5th at 9:30am. Registration on the day.
THE BRENDAN VOYAGE
Clinical pharmacist Brendan Quinn has set himself a challenge for MAY 2019: “The Brendan Voyage” by canoe from Strabane to Manchester, via Portstewart by raising funds for two charities across open seas! It will take him nearly three weeks starting on May 16 2019.
Dr Maria Prencipe, one of the current holders of The Caroline Foundation Fellowship has been awarded the most prestigious SIRG (Starting Investigator Research Grant) grant by Science Foundation Ireland.
A wonderful chat with ‘Marty in the Morning’ on RTE Lyric Fm with Áine Lawlor and Helen O’Sullivan Dwyer highlighting the benefits of clinical trials for cancer patients and promoting the #GiveUsASong campaign taking place on February 4th.
Join us on Friday 1st February for a night to remember for Give Us A Song in the Holy Redeemer Church in Bray. We will be joined by the Bray Choral Society, Harbour Ukuleles, Serendipity, Classic Harmony, Cheile Choir and St Patrick’s Primary School Choir. MC for the evening is Michael Duggan.
RTÉ Aine Lawlor and Prof. John Crown launched this year’s Give Us A Song fundraising campaign for cancer research in Grafton Street. The Trinitones kicked off the launch by singing a few of their favourite repertoires on the stairwell of the iconic Bewley’s cafe to delighted customers. Shoppers were entertained by the colourful Harbour Ukuleles group from Bray and the talented Trinitones lined up on the street giving a most powerful performance to onlookers.