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Beverley Butterfly Foundation Annual Ball 2012

Though still sorely missed, Beverley O’Sullivan’s legacy is still very much alive through the hard work of “Beverley’s Heroes” and especially through her mother Bernadine, father Owen, brother Wayne and her partner Steve.

Around 200 people attended the Beverley Butterfly Ball at the Crowne Plaza, Northwood on Saturday November 3rd. It was a pink tie affair to honour Beverley with her favourite colour and to remember a precious life well lived.

It was a very special night to celebrate a life tragically cut short and all the excellent fundraising that happened in the past year for many charities including Temple St Children’s Hospital. To give us an idea of the level of commitment that “Beverley’s Heroes,” they cycled 600km over 4 days from Dublin to Paris, raising over €8000 for Temple St.

Major thanks go out to the following: 

To find out more or get involved in the coming year please visit Facebook or email: [email protected] 

Main image: Alison Larkin, Sarah Jane Connor, Nikki Chaney

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Beverley’s Butterfly Ball Poster

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Graham Reeves, Wayne O’Sullivan, Steve Reeves, Gary Reeves, Owen O’Sullivan

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Gareth Mc Donnell, Cillian Kiely, Mick Kiely, Mick O’Brien

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Owen O’Sullivan, Alan Hughes, Bernadine O’Sullivan

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Eimear Fahy, Owen O’Sullivan, Tracy Bracken, Wayne O’Sullivan, Damian Walsh

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Lorna Davis, Owen O’Sullivan, Nikki Kavanagh

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