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Thomas McEvoy, Portlaoise with Deirdre Kirwan, EBS. EBS offices around the country have once again been supporting The Great Irish Bake to raise essential funds for Temple Street Children's University Hospital. Sponsored by EBS, the event is expected to raise �150,000 to purchase three Giraffe Omnibed incubators. These are a life line for premature and newborn babies and also allow parents to be close to their child at a very stressful time. PIC: MAXWELLS NO FEE

Thomas McEvoy, Portlaoise with Deirdre Kirwan, EBS. EBS offices around the country have once again been supporting The Great Irish Bake to raise essential funds for Temple Street Children's University Hospital. Sponsored by EBS, the event is expected to raise �150,000 to purchase three Giraffe Omnibed incubators. These are a life line for premature and newborn babies and also allow parents to be close to their child at a very stressful time. PIC: MAXWELLS NO FEE

Thomas McEvoy, Portlaoise with Deirdre Kirwan, EBS. EBS offices around the country have once again been supporting The Great Irish Bake to raise essential funds for Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. Sponsored by EBS, the event is expected to raise €150,000 to purchase three Giraffe Omnibed incubators.

These are a life line for premature and newborn babies and also allow parents to be close to their child at a very stressful time. PIC: MAXWELLS NO FEE

 
 
 

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