Aisling to perform for latest charity trip

Aisling, centre front row and inset, with fellow volunteers from UCD Overseas and students from Mikumi Secondary School, in Tanzania.
Aisling, centre front row and inset, with fellow volunteers from UCD Overseas and students from Mikumi Secondary School, in Tanzania.

a WEXFORD woman is organising a charity concert, 'Songs for Someone', at the Talbot Hotel later this month to fundraise for her volunteer trip to Tanzania over the summer with UCD Students Overseas.

Aisling Busher, who was head girl at the Loreto in Wexford in 2013-14, said she will be teaching computer skills to primary and secondary teachers and English to the students

'This is my second time volunteering with UCD Volunteers Overseas. Last year we installed two new computer labs and certified over 60 teachers in computer skills, ran summer camps and taught English to hundreds of students,' said Aisling, who playes Gaelic football for Clonard Ladies Football Club and previously played rugby with Wexford Wanderers.

Aisling will herself be performing at the fund-raising concert, which is due to take place at 8 p.m. on Saturday, January 30. Other acts are Niall Cash, Emmett O'Connor, Katie Byrne, Amy Quigley and Tabloid TV. Tickets are €10 and will be available at the door.

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