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Remembrance Service 2021

Our annual Remembrance Service will take place online this year on Sunday, 28th of November at 4.30pm.   It is a non-denominational service for people who have lost a loved one due to a brain tumour.   To join us for this online service please contact info@braintumourireland.com. In order to receive your special remembrance gift […]

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Brain Tumour Ireland Run 2021

The annual Brain Tumour Ireland run / walk event to fundraise for our work in supporting brain tumour patients and their families, takes place VIRTUALLY again in 2021! To take part, just sign up here and then you can walk, jog or run 5km or 10km anytime of your choosing between Sunday November 7th & […]

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New Family Support Group

A new Brain Tumour Ireland Family Support Group has been established for the family members and carers of people with brain tumours. The next meeting takes place online on Wednesday 13th July 2022 at 7.30pm. The group is free to attend. To register your place, please contact info@braintumourireland.com.

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  Dublin City University’s School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health is collaborating with Children in Hospital Ireland on a study to identify parents’ experiences of restricted visiting during their child’s hospital admission during the Covid-19 Pandemic. They are aiming to understand parental experiences of restricted visiting during their child’s (0-18 years) hospitalisation at the […]

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Easter Break Fun with Barretstown!

Brain Tumour Ireland is hosting an Easter Break fun session with @barretstown_camp on Thursday 8th April from 11.30am -12.30pm. This is a fun event for children who have been affected by brain tumours. Siblings are welcome too. Activities will include “costume creations” and “sound effects”. The event is free and all you need to do […]