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Dame Mary Peters visits Coleraine.

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Dame Mary Peters visited Coleraine yesterday afternoon to hear about the work of the Harry Gregg foundation.

During the meeting, the foundation presented it’s aims, objectives and vision for the future and discussed the wide range of activities that it facilitates within our local community.

The Mary Peters Trust also gave an insight in to the work it has done over the past 40 years in helping young athletes both financially and an an advisory role.

The foundation was set up earlier this year in honour of local footballing legend, Harry Gregg MBE.

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