Night of great music, fun and food for Tina Cahill’s family
MORE THAN €1,000 was raised for the Tina Cahill fund at a night of great music and food at Corcoran’s pub in New Ross recently.
A crowd attended the pub to show their support to Tina’s family, some of whom plan to travel to Australia to be by her side for her trial in connection with the death of her fiance David Walsh in February.
Everyone was entertained by DJ Justin Lusby who donated his services free for the night, playing hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s. Event organiser Michael Malone cooked the food, which was enjoyed by all.
The Cahill family need to raise €100,000 to meet Tina’s legal fees and are only one third of the way there.
One of the organisers Mairead St Ledger said all money raised is going to the Cahill Family Community Fund.
If anyone wishes to contribute they can contribute online www.ifundraise.ie/cahillfamilycommunityfund or alternatively with the AIB: IBAN - IE89AIBK93343021624079 BIC AIBKIE2D.
The next fundraiser takes place on Saturday, October 7, and it is a shave or dye night at a venue to be confirmed.
Michael Scully and Mary Lacey, New Ross; Statia Bohanna, Newbawn and Bridget Hamilton and Johnny Elms New Ross at the fundraiser.