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ĎThis is the most generous town Iíve ever been iní

Thursday, 11 May 2017

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AS celebrations and events get underway, the Roe Valley Friends of Marie Curie wish to thank the Limavady and wider community for their support throughout 25 amazing years of fundraising in the area.
The fundraising group was founded in 1992 in a cafe in Newtowne Square by a group of generous local people who wanted to "contribute to a great charity that has touched almost everyone."
Marie Curie Care is a leading UK charity which provides care and support for people with terminal illness and their families.
Roe Valley Friends of Marie Curie raise money to support nurses, patients and families in the Limavady and surrounding area through various events and get-togethers.
The committee are keen to stress that any money raised always gets re-invested into the Roe Valley area.
The deputy Mayor of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor James McCorkell held a reception last Wednesday (May 3) for the members of the Roe Valley Friends of Marie Curie to mark 25 years of fundraising in the Roe Valley.
*Read the full story in this week's Chronicle

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