Yvonne Halrahan, Emily Quinn, Emily Jennings and Yvonne Malynn on Friday.

Muiríosa Foundation centre, Lissadell Day Services, host Daffodil Day coffee morning

The Muíriosa Foundation centre at Lissadell Day Services, at Robinstown, Mullingar, hosted their annual coffee morning for Daffodil Day on Friday last, March 24. They had a busy morning, serving tea, coffee and treats to their many visitors, and made €1400 (and counting – as donations were still coming in at the time of writing).

The goodies were baked by the individuals at Lissadell Day Services and their colleagues at The Link, as well as their families and friends, by staff members, and more were donated by the many local businesses who support the day.

Businesses also donated prizes and vouchers for a raffle that was held on the day.

The team at Lissadell and The Link thanked everyone who supported them in preparing for the coffee morning, who attended and all the staff who took part.

They had special thanks for Loretta Dunne, staff member, and the others who volunteered at the Texaco garage in Robinstown, selling Daffodil Day merchandise for the Irish Cancer Society, and also the staff and management at the garage for facilitating them.

Rose Judge, Brian Broughan and Dympna Price at the coffee morning.
Anne Cosgrove and Helen Mollaghan at The Muiriosa Foundation.
Maryrose Phelan and LInda Donoghue from Mullingar.
Rachel Connell, Martina Farrell and Marcus Coyne at the fundraiser.
Jeanette Corcoran, Marie O'Toole (Mullingar Daffodil Day chairperson), Freda O'Dowd (committee member) and Bethany Casserly on Daffodil Day.
Mary Smith and Veronica Fallon at Friday's coffee morning.
Katie Walsh, Patricia Nolan and Aoibheann Foley in Robinstown.
Emma Murtagh, Franco Macari and Ed Byrne at Muiriosa Foundation's coffee morning.
Jason Nevin and Lorraine Farrell from The Muiriosa Foundation.
Loreta Dunne and Ben Carpenter at Robinstown petrol station.