17 May 2022

Down Memory Lane: Derry faces making the Derry News (2002)

Photos from the archives of the Derry News

Selection of pictures from the Derry News archives of 2002.

The audiences at the showing of 'Bloody Sunday' in the Millennium Forum donated around £1,500 which went to three local charities. Pictured left to right are: Alex McLaughlin (Fundraiser Foyle Hospice) who is receiving a cheque from Mary Donaghey (Bloody Sunday Families representative); Mona Duddy (Co-ordinator Chest, Heart and Stroke) who received a cheque from Kay Duddy (Bloody Sunday Families representative); and Ciora Donnelly-Jack (Resource co-ordinator Children in Crossfire) who collected a cheque from Jean Hegarty (Bloody Sunday Families representative).

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