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Meath Updated Wish List

23 November 2018

Residents are lucky enough to have had lots of their wishes granted after we published our ‘Wish List’. The wishes granted to date have provided residents with some lovely new furniture, a super social event and a new iPad for residents working with our Occupational Therapist. We have been overwhelmed by the kind support of relatives, local organisations and companies who have granted so many wishes. Please...

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Filming with Eagle Radio

20 November 2018

We have a jam-packed day of filming ahead of us! We are super excited to be working with Eagle Radio and our fantastic supporters in the local community to produce a short film for an exciting awareness and fundraising campaign that will take place in the New Year. Watch this space and #SupportMeath!#PurpleDay. Ps If anyone wants Matilda the Meath Bear she’ll be in her trailer.

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Christmas Preserves

19 November 2018

Spread your love for the Meath this Christmas with our delicious range of chutneys. The new Apple & Cranberry Chutney is perfect with cold meats and cheese and is ready to find a new home in your fridge this Christmas or can be partnered up with other perfectly preserved jams and chutneys and beautifully presented.

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Meath Visit St Peter & St Paul’s Scout Group

15 November 2018

Helen Jackson, Meath Fundraising & Communications Co-Ordinator visited St Peter & St Paul’s Scouts group last night. The Scouts are kindly planning a fundraising event for the Meath and Helen had a great time meeting them and explaining a little more about epilepsy and the work of the Meath.

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National Trustee Week

It’s National Trustee Week! Trustees make a huge contribution to the on-going success of the Meath by kindly volunteering their time and working together in order to help make important decisions for the charity. We are extremely grateful to our dedicated trustees who bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Meath. Please click here to find out more about the marvellous Meath Trustees. Read more