PIPs Hope & Support
Representatives from PIPS Hope & Support accept a cheque for an amazing £12,000 from Jennie Clyde who organised a sponsored Head Shave in memory of her nephew Curtis Clyde.
Left to Right; Padraig Harte, PIPS Hope & Support Fundraising Co-ordinator, Jennie Clyde & Roisin Martin PIPs Hope & Support ,Family Support Worker
A time capsule filled with local school children’s ‘car of the future’ artwork has been buried in celebration of Shelbourne Motors’£5m multi-franchise complex in Newry. The family-owned vehicle retailer invited children from neighbouring St Patrick’s Primary School and Mullaglass Primary School to draw or paint their car of the future.
Pictured with representatives of Shelbourne Motors are the pupils and teachers of St Patrick’s Primary School and Mullaglass Primary School.