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Rory Best’s beef cattle raise over €5,500 for children’s cancer charity

A recent auction of pedigree Aberdeen-Angus cattle has raised vital funds to help children and young people impacted by cancer.

The auction, which took place at Markethill Livestock & Farm Sales, saw beef cattle donated by Rory Best, go under the hammer.

The cattle, which raised £5,000 (over €5,500) for Cancer Fund for Children, were butchered by Hannah Meats in Moira.

Support 

A spokesperson for Cancer Fund for Children, said, “Thank you so much to everyone for their support and for this incredible donation.”

“A big thank you to the members of the North Down Athletic Club who raised £750 through their virtual half marathon.”

“Thank you so much to everyone that took part and contributed towards this amazing total!”

“Thank you very much to all our amazing supporters for helping Cancer Fund for Children connect, empower, and strengthen families impacted by cancer.” the spokesperson concluded. 

Image source: Cancer Fund for Children – Pictured (left to right): Phil Alexander (Cancer Fund for Children Chief executive), Amy Muldrew of Markethill Livestock & Farm Sales Ltd, Peter Hannan of Hannan’s Meats, Moira, and Rory Best of Rory Best Farm, Gilford.

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