Dromara collection up £1,000

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The Dromara Committee of Cancer Research UK has revealed this year’s total from its annual house-to-house collection is up by more than £1,000.

The committee thanked its collectors and the public “who time and time again give so generously”, a spokesperson said, adding: “This money ensures the life-saving work carried out by CRUK is able to continue.”

Collection details: - Artana, £483; Aughnaskeagh, £56; Aughnaskeagh Silver Band, £300; Ballykeel/Growell, £677; Drumlough/Drumaknockan, £636; Edentrillick/Rafferty’s Hill/Tullynore, £120; Begney, £289;Carnew, £354; £Carnew LOL, £120;Cluntagh, £493; Lakeland Road, £93; Crossgare, £410; Derry, £170; Dree/Drin, £203; Dromara Village, £517; Dromara Townland, £154; Drumadoney, £432; Enagh, £225; Fedney, £334; Finnis, £398; Garavaghy,£240; Gransha, £335; Guiness/Dunglen/Drumkeeragh, £365; Kinallen, £709; Leapouges, £192; Legananny, £189; Leavalleyreagh, £264; Moybrick, £360; Moydalgan, £287; Mullaghdrin, £87; Moneynabane, 113; Slievenaboley, £150; Tullyniskey, £290; Waringsford, £202. Total: £10,247.