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From Ireland to Ukraine: Why this Wicklow woman travelled to Lviv


by Amy Lynch
03rd Apr 2022
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Colette Talbot & Nicole Browne

Over the past month, we have tracked the progress of Colette Talbot from Kilcoole, Co Wicklow, as she and a team of volunteers drove from Ireland to deliver humanitarian supplies to a Carlow paramedic in Lviv and to other medics. This the first or two articles, by Amy Lynch, tracking their progress.

Ten volunteers. Five vans packed with humanitarian aid donations. Endless bravery. These are the Irish who have travelled to the Poland-Ukraine border to assist refugees. They’re not professional aid workers. They’re ordinary people with an extraordinary drive to do something practical to help those in distress. IMAGE follows the journey of Colette Talbot from Kilcoole, Co Wicklow, who is leading a team of local volunteers on an unforgettable journey. The flood of support For weeks...

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