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Harvest and Childline Breakfast

Published on October 25th 2016 by LMNS


On Friday October 21st we held a Harvest Service in the Cathedral. Lots of us had readings and prayers. We also sang some songs. The Dean read a letter from S.A.D. – Seeds Against Darkness, the seeds were writing to complain about the fact that they are places in dirty, wet, cold places and that some of them have cracked under pressure. The Dean explain that these conditions are necessary for the seeds to thrive and grow. We then had a breakfast in aid of Childline. We ate Cheerios, toast and drank orange and apple juice and hot chocolate. There was tea and coffee for the parents. We raised €60.

WE loved having lots of our parents and grandparents in school for the Harvest Service and Cheerios Childline Breakfast.



Heartfelt thanks for your donation to the ISPCC of €60 .

Children need regular and sustained support when dealing with complex issues affecting them. Your donation will directly support ISPCC Childline’s services to such children. In 2015 we answered 379,357 calls from children across Ireland; your donation will help ensure that vulnerable children will continue to have someone to talk to.

 Best Wishes

ISPCC Childline




Liosmór Mochuda National School is a mixed two-teacher school in Lismore, Co. Waterford under the Patronage of the Church of Ireland. It is nestled at the top of North Mall between the historic St. Carthages Cathedral and the Deanery.



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