Luke Concannon opened his motor business in Ballinaheglish, Co. Roscommon, over 40 years ago. Over the years he has run his business with honesty and integrity, building up a loyal customer base.
Luke is a most respected and popular member of his community and has contributed his time and talents generously to many community projects. He has a keen interest in Darts, the Gun club, the Vintage club, and the GAA.
Unfortunately, some weeks ago, Luke had a serious accident in his workshop. He sustained multiple injuries and will be a long time in recovery. His friends, customers and the local community have decided to raise some funds to aid his recovery.
They have organized some fundraising events over the coming weeks. So keep an eye out – everyone is most welcome to attend these events. If you are not in a position to do so you may wish to donate to the fund via the ‘Go Fund Me page’ opened for this purpose. The ‘GoFundMe’ page can be accessed by anyone who wants to buy a ticket or make a donation. here is the link: www.gofundme.com/luke-concanon-recoveryfund
The group fundraising for Luke are most grateful to one and all for the wonderful support shown so far. The group has also set up a Facebook page called the: ‘Luke Concannon Recovery Fund’.
At the recent PJ Fallon & Son 30 Years Anniversary Open Day in Roscommon, Joe Fallon and a number of suppliers facilitated a super raffle. The draw continues with tickets available from PJ Fallon & Sons at 090 6626963 until the big fundraiser function on Friday, the 26th. of April in Kilbride Community Centre.
Music by : Shane Moore and Henry & The Usual Suspect
Raffle & Auction on the night
Transport available home
Tickets are being sold house to house and are available from any committee member,
Please message the facebook page if you have any queries regarding the event or fundraising