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'If I hadn't come to Tabor House, I'd have ended up dead'

The Peter McVerry Trust is marking the 40th anniversary of the opening of Tabor House in Dublin's...

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14.24 26 Nov 2019


'If I hadn't come to Tabor House, I'd have ended up dead'


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14.24 26 Nov 2019


The Peter McVerry Trust is marking the 40th anniversary of the opening of Tabor House in Dublin's north inner city.

It's the first premises that was acquired and converted for the needs of vulnerable young people by Father Peter McVerry.

Paddy Fay (left) was Tabor House's first resident.

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President Michael D Higgins helped celebrate the milestone with Father McVerry and Pat Doyle (far right).


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Care Orders Care Service Dublin Dublin's North Inner City. Father Peter McVerry Homeless Homeless Services Michael D Higgins Newstalk North Inner City Paddy Fay Pat Doyle Peter McVerry Peter McVerry Trust Tabor House The Hard Shoulder Vulnerable Young People

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