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Bridget

Saint
1. 453--523 ad, Irish abbess; a patron saint of Ireland. Feast day: Feb 1
2. ?1303-73, Swedish nun and visionary; patron saint of Sweden. Feast day: July 23
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On a dark expanse of New England road, Brigid is so caught up in her own sadness that she narrowly avoids hitting a young hitchhiker.
A REUNION was held at St Brigid's School, Denbigh, for former pupils of St Brigid's and Brigidine Convent (as it was formerly known).
Barratt Homes Manchester donated 30 hi-visibility vests to pupils of St Brigid's Catholic Primary School to wear while walking to and from school, making them easier to be seen on the road in the dark
They famously lost four consecutive All-Ireland club finals from 1987-90 and St Brigid's finally became the first club from the county to win the Andy Merrigan Cup in 2013.
"The bar is steadily rising all the time and Brigid's could well be our toughest game yet but that's what we've prepared for."
'Ainsley is a lovely guy,' said Brigid, 42, from Hendy Street, Cardiff.
Brigid parishioners and others wanting to save the historic church.
Brigid Boggan, a former nurse assistant at Walsgrave Hospital, who suffers from depression, wrote her third book, Never Had It So Good, in a year.
Brigid said: "A good agency will work with your own look and not all models have to be that slim.
"They should have been told immediately that there was asbestos at St Brigid's, it's outrageous that they weren't."
So great was the authority of Brigid, it seems, that she even induced a bishop to join her community and to share her leadership.
Home carers, service users and their families are invited to join 56-year-old Brigid to fight the changes.