Air Ambulance NI charity cycle at CAFRE Loughry Campus

Date published: 07 December 2018

Students and staff at the College of Agriculture Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE), Loughry Campus, Cookstown recently took part in a charity twelve-hour cycle and coffee morning in aid of Air Ambulance NI.

SRC members helping at the charity coffee morning. (L-R) Hannah Quinn (Dromore), Orla Lavery (Aghalee), Stephanie Cargill (Ballyclare).

Loughry’s Student Representative Council would like to thank all those who supported the event by taking part in the cycle or providing buns and tray bakes for the coffee morning - and especially to those who donated so generously to the appeal. Thanks also to the Spar A29 Cookstown for allowing the cycle to take place on their forecourt.

The students are delighted with the fantastic sum of £2,000 raised on the day and they have decided to continue to raise money for Air Ambulance NI over the rest of this academic year. So, look out for other events coming up in the New Year.

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