Trust fund launched for ‘inner city’ project

Dr W E Parkes, cardiologist, , Altnagelvin hospital, being presented with two cheques by Sister Mary Crumlish, on behalf of the medical and nursing staffs of the Coronary Care Unit, for �854, and Mr William Doherty is handing over a cheque on behalf of the construction workers at Du pont for �1,095. The cheques will be used for the purchase of a defbrillaroe and equipment for the unit. Included in the photograph are representatives of the Coronary Care Unity and the Du Pont constriction workers. (1207MM01)
Dr W E Parkes, cardiologist, , Altnagelvin hospital, being presented with two cheques by Sister Mary Crumlish, on behalf of the medical and nursing staffs of the Coronary Care Unit, for �854, and Mr William Doherty is handing over a cheque on behalf of the construction workers at Du pont for �1,095. The cheques will be used for the purchase of a defbrillaroe and equipment for the unit. Included in the photograph are representatives of the Coronary Care Unity and the Du Pont constriction workers. (1207MM01)
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A trust fund was launched in Derry to help raise money to finace the imaginative Inner-City Project of the North West Centre for Learning and Development.

The project proposes that a small complex or complexes of houses, craft work shops and small businesses, which would represent the growth of the city from its beginnings, would be built within the city area. The construction of the project would be carried out by the young unemployed in the city.

Brother and sister, Sharon and Jim McGlinchey, were the winners of the Rosemount and District Superstars tournament, and are pictured, in centre, with the runners up at the trophy presentation in the club. The runners up are, fro left; Deborah Leitch, Elaine Whitehouse, Martha Deeeny, Denis McGinley, and Tracy McGuinness. (1207MM02)

Brother and sister, Sharon and Jim McGlinchey, were the winners of the Rosemount and District Superstars tournament, and are pictured, in centre, with the runners up at the trophy presentation in the club. The runners up are, fro left; Deborah Leitch, Elaine Whitehouse, Martha Deeeny, Denis McGinley, and Tracy McGuinness. (1207MM02)

The trustees of the fund are the Mayor, councillor Mrs Marlene Jefferson, the Bishop of Derry, Most Rev Dr Edward Daly, the Moderator of the Derry Presbytery, Rev James Young, Mr Peter Enright, chairman of the North West Centre, and Mr John McDaid, of McDaid and McCullough accountants.

The Church of Ireland Bishop elect of Derry and Raphoe, Re Canon James Mehaffey, has agreed to become a trustee of the Fund after his consecration in September.

Pictured at the Guildhall, Derry, at the launching of the Inner City Project Fund. At front, from left; Patrick Doherty, project director, the Mayor, Councillor Mrs Marlene Jefferson, Most Rev Dr Daly, Bishop of Derry, trustee. At back from left; Mr John McDaid, Very Rev. John Good, and the Rev, James Young, Moderator of the Derry Presbytery, trustee. (1207MM03)

Pictured at the Guildhall, Derry, at the launching of the Inner City Project Fund. At front, from left; Patrick Doherty, project director, the Mayor, Councillor Mrs Marlene Jefferson, Most Rev Dr Daly, Bishop of Derry, trustee. At back from left; Mr John McDaid, Very Rev. John Good, and the Rev, James Young, Moderator of the Derry Presbytery, trustee. (1207MM03)