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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...

St Patrick’s College Armagh Students donate to help their new Buddy!

Top marks for generosity! Reverend Father Kevin Donaghy Principle of St Patrick’s College Armagh presented a cheque for £500 to Brendan McConville, Chairman of The Buddy Bear Trust, a local charity which specialises in helping children severely di...

Tot who doctors said wouldn’t see first birthday ready to start school

Read Katie's story here; http://www.midulstermail.co.uk/news/local/tot-who-doctors-said-wouldn-t-see-first-birthday-ready-to-start-school-1-3957809

Buddy Bear’s pitch invasion at Home Nations Football Championships Final

Buddy Bear received a very warm welcome from all the managers and players during a visit to the final of the 2012 Cerebral Palsy Home Nations Championships at the Billy Neill Centre of Excellence in Dundonald on Sunday. Despite the home side losin...

US Acting Deputy Consul General welcomed as our newest Buddy!

Signing our Triangle of Hope photograph
US Acting Deputy Consul General Mrs Penny Wilkinson reaffirmed a longstanding friendship with The Buddy Bear Trust in its’ campaign to provide conductive education for children with cerebral palsy. Mr Brendan McConville Chairman of The Buddy Bear ...

First Minister makes important introduction at annual David Ervine Lecture

Peter Robinson was pleased to be able to introduce Brendan McConville chairman of The Buddy Bear Trust to Tom Moran and Edward Kenney from Mutual of America at this year’s David Ervine lecture. Mr Robinson took the opportunity to inform them that ...

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...