Kilkeel Ramblers 1945

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Frank McCann, Helen Fearon, Alma Nicholson, John McConnell, Tony Cunningham, Teresa Hudson, Maura Morgan and Tom Quinn.

As might be expected, in later years this friendly bunch went their separate ways, ending in such far-flung places as America, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and Canada.

One lovely lady remained in Newry – and indeed, has played a prominent part in our cultural life ever since.


Who is she?

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