Night of great mu­sic, fun and food for Tina Cahill’s fam­ily

New Ross Standard - - NEWS -

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 on­line­fam­i­ly­commu­ni­ty­fund 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.

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