Get A ‘Blast From The Past’ At Fabrik In Aid Of Sudan Appeal

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Launching the ‘Blast From The Past’ night in aid of the Bon Secours Sudan Appeal were, from left; Amanda Hogan, Chris Brennan, Dr Ahmed Mohamed, Margaret Cotter and Dr Kamal Abdalla. Photo by Dermot Crean

IF you long for the sounds of the 70s, 80s and 90s in a nightclub, then next Saturday night (July 15),  is definitely one to look forward to.

Fabrik will be the venue for a special fundraiser in aid of the Bon Secours Hospital Tralee’s Sudan Appeal.

A bake sale and ‘Spin For Sudan’ has already raised €2,100 last month and organiser, Amanda Hogan from the hospital, is hoping the people of the town come out and enjoy the fun next week.

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It will take place upstairs in Fabrik and for the €10 admission you can expect a fantastic night from 9.30pm.

The Sudan Appeal was started by cardiologist at the hospital, Dr Kamal Abdalla, a native of Sudan.

On December 27, over 30 volunteers from the hospital in Tralee — including doctors, nurses, physics, technicians, radiographers and administrative staff — are travelling to Ezeidab and Al Damer in poverty-stricken Northern Sudan to bring their skills, vital medical equipment and supplies to the region.

One Comment

  1. Matty O'Leary says:

    What are you thinking?
    Supporting somewhere like Sudan, a Muslim majority country hostile to its own minority Christian population when there are so many Irish people suffering in their own country today?

    Shame on the Bon Secours Hospital in Tralee.

    Christians in Sudan face increased hostility: