Meg­gie’s happy 70th cel­e­brated at club

Bray People - - Out And About -

PEO­PLE came from far and wide to wish Anne Con­way, known to many as ‘Meg­gie Doyle,’ a very happy 70th birth­day at Bray’s fish­ing club last Satur­day night. Her chil­dren Karen and Alan, Karen’s hus­band James and their chil­dren were there to take part in the cel­e­bra­tion for a woman who spends most of her time looking af­ter other peo­ple. Some friends from as far as Manch­ester came along, as well as peo­ple from all over Ire­land. Her own sis­ter Eva, brother-in-law Harry and sis­ter-in-law Pa­tri­cia were there as well as lots of rel­a­tives. Orig­i­nally from Wolfe Tone, Anne now lives in Shankill. She knows ‘ev­ery- body’ ac­cord­ing to her fam­ily, and there was a full house on Satur­day for the party. Karen made sure to bring a cake for fam­ily friend John Flynn, also turn­ing 70 around the same time. John was thrilled and stood up to say a few words in praise of Anne, who con­tin­ues to work for the Chris­tian Broth­ers in Dublin. She was over the moon to get the gift of a hol­i­day to Por­tu­gal from her sis­ter, as well as a box all the way from Aus­tralia con­tain­ing an Aus­tralian hat and lamb’s wool blan­ket.

Ann Con­way with her fam­ily at her birth­day cel­e­bra­tions.

Emma Byrne, Leyna Dou­glas and Daniel Smith.

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