Integrated education benefits from ‘Big Davy’ walk

Supporting integrated education

Supporting integrated education

More than £2,000 raised in a walk to commemorate north Belfast man Davy  Nocher – killed in a sectarian attack in October 1983 – has been presented to Hazelwood Integrated  College.

Workers Party local representatives Gemma Weir and Chris Bailey presented  the cheque to Hazelwood Principal Kathleen Gormley.

“Integrated education was a cause very close to Davy Nocher’s heart. It is  fitting that the money raised by the commemorative walk goes to support the  excellent work done by Hazelwood College over the last three decades”, said  Gemma Weir.

Priority

“The introduction of integrated education remains a Workers Party  priority”, said Chris Bailie. “We are delighted that we have been able to  demonstrate out commitment in such a tangible way and thank everyone who  supported the Cavehill Walk in memory of Davy”.

Picture: Workers Party representatives Gemma Weir and  Chris Bailie present a cheque to the Principal of Hazelwood Intergraded College,  Kathleen Gormley

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