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Prioritise safety in agriculture, says bishop at prayer service for farm accident victims

“Each fatality on a farm is much more than a number, than a statistic. It’s a family decimated; it’s a spouse’s heart-wrenching tears; it’s a parent’s worst nightmare,” said Bishop Nulty.


Prayers for farm accident victims at National Ploughing Championship

The moment of prayer came at the conclusion of Embrace FARM’s ‘Our Drive to Remember’ around Ireland’s 32 counties in a tractor in a bid to raise awareness about farm deaths.


Bishop Nulty urges farming families to be alert to farm safety

“The numbers dying are still too great; the occasions of death are still too familiar; the column inches in newsprint, national and provincial, are still too frequent” - Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin warns.


Service recalls those killed in farm accidents

Wreath laid as a mark of respect to the 30 people who died last year in farming accidents, an 87% increase on 2013.


Solemn remembrance of farm accident victims

Those who work on a farm are up to ten times more likely to be killed in the course of their work than the general working population: Bishop Denis Nulty.


Remembrance service for those lost in farm accidents

Rugby players, Munster's John Hayes, Ulster's Rory Best and Leinster's Sean O'Brien lend support to Embrace FARM ecumenical service.

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