Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Ireland Lights Up For Trigeminal Neuralgia!!!!

Our Light Up Teal campaign was a major success! We had three major venues in Dublin Light Up, The Convention Centre, The Mansion House and The 3Arena. We had Bishop's Palace and The Medieval Museum light up in Waterford, and St. Coleman's Cathedral in Cobh also took part. 

We would like to thank everyone involved!!

Here are some fantastic photographs of the venues in Dublin, Waterford and Cobh!

The Convention Centre, Dublin

The Mansion House, Residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin.

The 3Arena, Dublin
The Bishop's Palace and Medieval Museum lit in teal for World Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day

Medieval Museum, Waterford

Medieval Museum, Waterford
Christ Church and Cathedral Square with the Medieval Museum lit in teal.

Bishop's Palace, Waterford
Trigeminal Neuralgia sufferers and family members from Waterford were pictured before the light up in front of Bishops Palace with the
Mayor of Waterford Metropolitan District, Cllr.Lola O’Sullivan, they included TN sufferer’s Avril Hitchens, Brid Mallon, Alma Browne, Emer
Hitchens and Christine Galvin along with Patricia and John Hitchens, Ciara Hogan, Kayla Hitchens, Fiona Mallon, Jack and Emily Keeley,
Joe Mallon, Pat and Grainne Galvin, Shane Mallon, Rachel O’Doherty and Brian O’Neill.

Mayor of Waterford Metropolitan District, Cllr.Lola O’Sullivan chatting to Trigeminal Neuralgia sufferers from Waterford, Brid Mallon, Alma Browne,
Avril Hitchens, Emer Hitchens and Avril’s daughter, Kayla on Tuesday night last before the “Light Up Teal” event took place.

St. Coleman's Cathedral, Cobh, Co.Cork

St. Coleman's Cathedral, Cobh, Co. Cork

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