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Archive for April 2012

Our latest marathon champion delighted to help his new Buddy

Glasgow born, James Gallagher (27) has always had a keen interest in sport, brought up in Donegal he has played football for Ulster and represented his school in both basketball and cross country running. Speaking with Buddy Bear Trust School Chai...

Chairman Brendan McConville pledges his support for Steven Agnew’s proposed private Members Bill to improve outcomes for children

Brendan McConville has campaigned for many years through his “a lifetime of difference” appeal at The Buddy Bear Trust School to see conductive education become a ‘mainstream’ part of the education and therapy for children suffering from cerebral ...

Gary McCausland, TV Presenter & Property Developer makes a surprise visit!

Gary McCausland, TV Presenter and Property Developer made a surprise visit to present a cheque for £1000 to help with the work of the Buddy Bear Trust. While he was here he was  saw little Caleb Kerr take his first independent steps! We were ...

Ladies Decide on the Bear Necessity for Deep River Rock Belfast City Marathon

Five ladies from across Ulster are running to the help of the Buddy Bear Trust School in Dungannon by entering a relay team in this year’s Belfast City Marathon. Three of the runners met up with one of the families who benefit from attending North...

Ulster Teachers Union Conference Supports Buddy Bear Trust

The 2012 Ulster Teachers Union Conference took place in Newcastle this month and was attended by Miss Illdiko Veres, Principal of Buddy Bear Trust and Mr Brendan McConville, Chairman Buddy Bear Trust. At the Conference Mrs Gillian Garrett, th...

HEBRON SCHOOL OF Martial Arts Supports Buddy Bear Children

Megan Sutton, a student at the North West College in Omagh was so impressed with the work of the staff of the Buddy Bear School in helping children with cerebral palsy that she asked her friends at the Hebron School of Martial arts run by William ...