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University of Ulster, Jordanstown students help Buddy Bear Trust

Chairman, Brendan McConville with UU students
Students from different disciplines in the University of Ulster, Jordanstown came together to discuss how their different skills and talents could help the children at the Buddy Bear Trust. Examples of areas they volunterred to help with are: the ...

The Buddy Bear Trust & the CFNI Telecommunity Fund

The Buddy Bear Trust & the CFNI Telecommunity Fund Pride of Britain award winner Brendan McConville talks to CFNI about how our Telecommunity Fund has helped the Buddy Bear Trust. Buddy Bear Trust founder Brendan McConville has been working fo...

Art For Sale

Chairman, Brendan McConville paints to help raise funds for the Buddy Bear Trust. These are some of the many paintings that are for sale.                                                      

Pride of Britain Awards 2015

Simon Cowell with BuddyBear
In 2015, to his surprise Brendan McConville, Chairman of the Buddy Bear Trust found out he had been nominated and shortlisted for the Pride of Britain Awards. He went on to win the UTV Pride of Britain Award, receiving an invitation to the ITV Pri...

Pride of Britain Awards

Everyone Needs a Buddy     Simon Cowell was assured of a great Irish welcome when he comes to Dungannon to meet the children with cerebral palsy at the Buddy Bear Trust School.   Simon saw photographs and leaflets about the children at the Buddy B...

GoTeam 4 Buddy Bear Trust

GoTeam 4 Buddy Bear Trust are abseiling down the side of the Europa Hotel on 29th March in memory of their good friend Niall Murphy

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Enabling Potential - Achieving a New Deal for Children with Cerebral palsy

Parliamentary Inquiry into children with cerebral palsy shows earlier diagnosis and intervention can improve potential AND reduce dependence on the State. A Parliamentary inquiry into cerebral palsy has found: Approximately 30,000 children in the ...

Past Fundraising Events

A big thank you to Newry Jobs & Benefits Office who raised £325 in memory of Niall Murphy by wearing their Christmas jumpers to work.

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Everyone Working Together For The Children

Brendan showing the Ambassadors his art work to raise funds for the school
In December talks in Stormont dominated the headlines as Government entered into talks about flags, parades and the past, again... However over in Dungannon talks of an entirely different nature took place with two Hungarian Ambassadors.   Togethe...