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SWC Sports students at Dungannon Campus are fundraising for Buddy Bear

Matthew Calvert and Jordan Holland with Brendan McConville
Second year students level 3 sports at South West College Dungannon are doing a sponsored cycle in aid of the Buddy Bear Trust in Dungannon. The event is called peddle for pounds and will take place on static bike in the Dungannon campus. ...

SLDP visit Buddy Bear 11/04/16

Colum Eastwood with Ildiko Veres and Brendan McConville
Today the SDLP visited the Buddy Bear Trust.           This is what Colum Eastwood had to say:   Here are some of the photos:

Lord Morrow welcomes new Conductor Anges Kasper to Buddy Bear

Lord Maurice Morrow with Ms Ildiko Veres, Mrs Jennifer McCooey with her daughter Maeve and Buddy Bear
Lord Maurice Morrow , Minister of Department of Social Development  congratulated Ms Ildiko Veres, Principal and Brendan McConville Chairman of the Buddy Bear Trust on being awarded the Pride Of Britain Awards for NI at the recent event in Grovern...

Stranmillis Students on Placement in Buddy Bear

Robyn and Catherine with Brendan, Mary, Ildiko and Anges
Over the years, many students from all over Northern Ireland have had the opportunity to undertake a placemement in the Buddy Bear Trust. For the past two weeks, Catherine Forde and Robyn McKee from Stranmillis University have been on placement in...

Q Radio discusses the work of the Buddy Bear Trust

Q Radio discusses the work of the Buddy Bear Trust and highlights the benefits of Conductive Education for children with cerebral palsy. They also hope to have Buddy Bear Trust's Chairman, Brendan McConville on their radio show soon along with First Minister Arlene Foster to further discuss the Buddy Bear Trust!

You can Listen to the radio clip here

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 ...