Caherdavin Men’s Shed supports Milford Hospice

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Jackie Hourigan, Tim Crowe, Mike Hogan, Noel McNamara, Tom Murray, Dermot Long, and Kevin D’alton launching the Caherdavin Men’s Shed Bewley’s Coffee Morning in aid of Milford Hospice. Photo: Brendan Gleeson Jackie Hourigan with Tim Crowe, Mike Hogan, Noel McNamara, Tom Murray, Dermot Long and Kevin D'alton, Launching the Caherdavin Men Shed Bewley's Coffee Morning in aid of Milford Hospice which takes place on Thursday 22th of Sept Next at Caherdavin Scout Hall Picture Brendan Gleeson

Caherdavin Men’s Shed will host a Bewley’s Coffee morning (and afternoon) on Thursday, September 22, at the Scout Hall, Caherdavin. Start time is 8.45am and the fundraiser will run until mid afternoon.
Every house and family has been touched by cancer and many have experienced the marvellous care provided by the doctors and staff at Milford who ensure that no patient will suffer unnecessary pain in their final days, said a representative of the local Men’s Shed.
“We hope that we will be joined by members of the Limerick Senior All-Ireland treble winning team and will definitely see a very famous Cork gentleman named McCarthy”.
The members of the goup will also be joined by members of the Ard Scoil Ris team and mentors, who won the Croke Cup for the very first time in March this year. They will also be joined by other sports personalities during the day.
Music will be provided by our the group’s own Kevin Dalton, as well the boys of Christ the King Boys National School, under the able guidance of musical director Sinead Millane. Other vocalists and musicians will also provide entertainment during the day.
The hosts at Caherdavin Men’s Shed hope that the people of Caherdavin will come out in strong numbers to support their worthy cause, drink a cup of tea or coffee, and enjoy the spread.
Covid has made us all appreciate the value of socialisation, the group say, and this event will be a chance to take part in a very important occasion.