Women of Hope release ‘Be Still 2’

Thursday, 21st November 2019, 2:06 pm
BE STILL . . . . . .Group pictured at Sunday nightâ€TMs †̃Be Stillâ€TM book launch at the Millennium Forum. From left, Siobhan Heaney, Maeve Corr, Sarah Jane Carton, Lucy Acton, Sandra Biddle, Prof. Deirdre Heenan, Dr. Dolores Oâ€TMReilly, Mark Patterson and Grace Moore. (Photos: jim McCafferty Photography)
The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Michaela Boyle being welcomed to the Millennium Forum on Sunday night by Mr. Donal Henderson, Chief Executive, Foyle Hospice for the launch of Derryâ€TMs Women of Hopeâ€TMs â€TMBe Stillâ€TM - a second collection book of Prayers and Thoughts from the Sons and Daughters of the City of Culture. Included are ladies from the Women of Hope, and front left, Sandra Biddle, organiser. (Photos: jim McCafferty Photography)
Sandra Biddle signs a copy of †̃Be Stillâ€TM under the watchful eye of Amy Hutcheon and Maeve Corr during the bookâ€TMs launch on Sunday night at the Millennium Forum.
The Pink Ladies Choir who performed during Sunday nightâ€TMs Derryâ€TMs Women of Hope †̃Be Stillâ€TM book launch at the Millennium Forum.
Sandra Biddle pictured with some of the contributors and entertainers who took part in Sundayâ€TMs book launch at the Millennium Forum. From left, Mary Sharkey, Elaine Doherty, Conor McGinty and Carita Kerr.
Sandra Biddle signs a copy of †̃Be Stillâ€TM under the watchful eye of Amy Hutcheon and Maeve Corr during the bookâ€TMs launch on Sunday night at the Millennium Forum.