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New Bus For Special Needs There were big smiles and sheer delight at Errigal Truagh Special Needs Headquarters when their new Bus arrived at the door and all were further delighted last week when Fr. Flanagan arrived to bless the Bus and say prayers for safe travelling. He was ably assisted by Francis and other service users. The brand new Mercedes Sprinter Bus was delivered by Willie from Paramount Conversions, Tullamore, and, once again, this was funded by the very supportive community with their donations over the past couple of years, as well as a partial grant from the HSE. The Centre management and Carers are really appreciative of all the support they receive, especially from the local community, for the Centre and for the special people who benefit so much from the Centre. It is a delight for the Carers to see the Service Users travel to and from the Centre in comfort and safety. It is hoped that it won’t be long before they get to be out and about in the locality and indeed further afield. They really enjoy the various trips like they had pre Covid 19, whether it was a day in Bundoran or a week in Westport, they were always ready to hop onboard and head off and they always show their appreciation. We wish them safe journeys and we know they will enjoy every trip they make in their New Bus. We must also say a big ‘thank you’ to all involved in running the Centre and for all the great work they do for these special people. It is a place I love going to as everyone makes you feel so welcome and I have made close friends with many of the Service Users and they always have a great welcome for me as indeed do the Carers. However it is the ‘loving atmosphere’ that one can experience there that adds to that wonderful feeling of human love at its best. The users are so happy and so well looked after yet have a lot of independence to enjoy an exceptional and spacious building, so well designed and maintained. I also think of what this all means to the families of the service users, as they can have the freedom of doing some of the things they wish to do, knowing that their family member is in safe and loving hands. I encourage the local and wider communities to continue their excellent support of this wonderful service.
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New Bus For Special Needs There were big smiles and sheer delight at Errigal Truagh Special Needs Headquarters when their new Bus arrived at the door and all were further delighted last week when Fr. Flanagan arrived to bless the Bus and say prayers for safe travelling. He was ably assisted by Francis and other service users. The brand new Mercedes Sprinter Bus was delivered by Willie from Paramount Conversions, Tullamore, and, once again, this was funded by the very supportive community with their donations over the past couple of years, as well as a partial grant from the HSE. The Centre management and Carers are really appreciative of all the support they receive, especially from the local community, for the Centre and for the special people who benefit so much from the Centre. It is a delight for the Carers to see the Service Users travel to and from the Centre in comfort and safety. It is hoped that it won’t be long before they get to be out and about in the locality and indeed further afield. They really enjoy the various trips like they had pre Covid 19, whether it was a day in Bundoran or a week in Westport, they were always ready to hop onboard and head off and they always show their appreciation. We wish them safe journeys and we know they will enjoy every trip they make in their New Bus. We must also say a big ‘thank you’ to all involved in running the Centre and for all the great work they do for these special people. It is a place I love going to as everyone makes you feel so welcome and I have made close friends with many of the Service Users and they always have a great welcome for me as indeed do the Carers. However it is the ‘loving atmosphere’ that one can experience there that adds to that wonderful feeling of human love at its best. The users are so happy and so well looked after yet have a lot of independence to enjoy an exceptional and spacious building, so well designed and maintained. I also think of what this all means to the families of the service users, as they can have the freedom of doing some of the things they wish to do, knowing that their family member is in safe and loving hands. I encourage the local and wider communities to continue their excellent support of this wonderful service.