Archive for 2012

Best foot forward for Buddy Bear Pupil

It was a case of 'best foot forward' for the family members of Buddy Bear School pupil, Daniel Mimnagh, as they braved the torrential rain to complete the Waterside half marathon in Londonderry on Sunday, September 9th, 2012. Relatives of Daniel d...

Corporate Partnership Programme

It is only with the help of donations and the voluntary work undertaken by parents and by a few volunteers that the Buddy Bear Trust School continues to assist children and families, we have no paid fundraisers. Whilst the Buddy Bear Trust School ...

Banbridge Lions Club Fundraising Night - in support of The Buddy Bear Trust School

If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before, then it's time you were up to speed! Nothing beats the excitement when you place your bet; the rush of adrenalin as you see your dog sprinting from the starting blocks or the sheer exhilaration ...

SPARCLE - A Study of Participation and Quality of Life of Children with Cerebral Palsy Living in Europe

This report is about 8-12 year old children with cerebral palsy in Europe. 818 children of all abilities and their families from nine European regions were visited by researchers. Children with cerebral palsy have difficulty making movements due t...

3 Year Old Caleb Kerr takes centre stage to Champion children with Cerebral Palsy

The staff and students at Lurgan College were given first hand evidence of the benefits of their recent fundraising activities in aid of the Buddy Bear Trust School for children with cerebral palsy when they were visited by a special guest to than...

St Patricks Primary School Mayobridge use their talents to support children with cerebral palsy!

The kindness of Primary 7 pupils in Mayobridge touched the hearts of parents of children with cerebral palsy attending the Buddy Bear School in Dungannon. Brendan McConville, Chairman told the Buddy Bear parents that the pupils form St Patricks Pr...

First Minister adds support to Northern Ireland’s only Conductive Education School

Signing Tiangle of Hope photograph
Peter Robinson First Minister gives his support to children with cerebral palsy attending the Buddy Bear Trust Conductive education school in Dungannon. The First Minister participated in an information video being made by the Trust with the help ...

Orange Order signs up to help children with Cerebral Palsy

Mr Edward Stevenson Grand Master of the Grand Orange Order of Ireland and Brendan McConville with Ildiko Veres Principal Conductor
We are delighted that Mr. Edward Stevenson Grand Master of the Grand Orange Order of Ireland and Mrs Olive Whitten Grand Mistress of the Women's Orange Order together with Mrs Hilda Winters have added their support to help promote and raise fu...