The RVH Liver Support Group were represented by Kay and Gordon at the recent function to mark the retirement of Sr Sharon Moffett. Sharon has had a long association with our Group. Kay Duffy (Founder} on the left and
We are so grateful to the many people who raise money for our Group. This money is very wisely used for the benefit of our liver patients. These two presentations took place at the Outpatients' Clinic on Friday 13th October.
Cheque presentation Seamus Cunningham (Vice-Chair) and Kay Duffy (Founder) presenting a cheque for the Education Fund to the consultants (Dr McDougall, Dr Cash & Dr McCorry). The RVH Liver Support Group committed £25,000 this year towards the purchase
We reached another landmark for the RVH Liver Support Group on 15 September 2017 when Kat Duffy officially opened the new Relatives' Room in what was known as the Glasshouse in 6D. We part funded this project and are very proud
Here are two recent cheque presentations made to the Group by our supporters. Kay Duffy receives a cheque from Drew Holmes on behalf of the Group. Paul Kearney makes his presentation to Kay Duffy, founder of RVH
40 members and friends of the Group braved Storm Doris on the evening of Thursday 23rd February for the second members’ meeting of the year. Guest speakers, l-r, Kay Duffy; Lyn Campbell September’s meeting on the theme ‘Who Cares?’
Presentation from left Donald Cairnduff, Cherril Blair and Beth Lindsay (Ballymoney Soroptomists), and Kay Duffy Beth Lindsay, President of the Ballymoney and District Soroptimists International and Cherril Blair, a longstanding member of the Soroptimists who received a liver transplant
Brenda Keenan presents the cheque to Gordon Cave, President of the group Gordon Cave recently received a cheque plus donations totalling £2,710 for the Liver Support Group from Brenda Keenan, widow of Norman, who suffered from liver disease and sadly passed
Some 55 members and friends of the RVH Liver Support Group attended a members’ meeting in the Sir Samuel Irwin Lecture Theatre on the evening of Thursday 27th October. Donald Cairnduff (chair) spoke briefly about the work of the Group since
Committee members Donald Cairnduff, Jennifer Cairnduff and Rachel Quinney-Mee attended The Children’s Liver Disease Foundation’s Conference at Chesford Grange in Warwickshire on Saturday 24th September. Once again it was a memorable day, with the insights gained from a range of
Lucia Quinney-Mee Lucia at her gala dinner in Tullyglass. Lucia Qunney-Mee suffered auto-immune hepatitis as a child and received a liver transplant in Birmingham Children’s Hospital at the age of 8. A year later, chronic rejection necessitated a second transplant.