Launch of re-designed website of Bobby Sands Trust

November 6, 2008 · Print This Article

Bobby Sands, Long Kesh. Back row, second from right

Bobby Sands, Long Kesh. Back row, second from right

The Bobby Sands Trust will formally launch its newly-designed website at a press conference in the Felons Club, West Belfast, on Friday, 7th November, at 11.15am.

Guest Speaker: Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams MP


3 Responses to “Launch of re-designed website of Bobby Sands Trust”

  1. anthony on November 13th, 2008 5:45 pm

    great site ,a true insight into the hunger strike . a fitting tribute to bobby sands and to the other men and women that died and suffered in the blocks and armagh jail. ( i would also like to know more about micheal gaughan and frank stagg if you could) thank you …


  2. Jiyuu on November 14th, 2008 9:52 am

    Excellent website.

  3. micheal on November 14th, 2008 6:28 pm


    found this website by chance really. i’d just like to say that this is a really well structured website, and really nice to navigate through.

    i’m a 23 year old student, and can’t help but look on these photos and think how mental that time must have been; looking at the pictures of these men makes me proud to be an Ulsterman.
    it’s a shame that they we’re abandonded by our nation’s leaders in the south, and forced into a situation where they had no choice but to make this final protest.

    looking at the photos, most of these men, most about my age, it’s sad that they are gone.
    i don’t think that most people out there realise or care, about what we have lost as a nation.

    i promise to remember them!!!!!!

    they WILL live.

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