Tag Archives: Crosby Hall

Christopher Moran welcomes $1 million dollar boost

The Worldwide Ireland Funds (WIF) recently announced they will be pledging a $1 million donation to Co-operation Ireland. Further information can be found by clicking on the below link: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/philanthropists-must-continue-to-support-peace-process-1.1838770

‘Another seminal moment in Anglo-Irish history as Anglo-Irish relations are transformed’

(L-R) Dr. Christopher Moran, Former Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, Her Majesty The Queen, His Excellency The President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins shake hands upon Irish State Visit, joined by His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Mrs. Sabina Higgins; and Secretary of State for Norther Ireland Theresa Villiers

(L-R) Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland; Former Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness; Her Majesty The Queen; and His Excellency The President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins shake hands upon Irish State Visit to the … Continue reading

Secretary of State for Northern Ireland praises the work of Christopher Moran

Theresa Villiers addresses Co-Operation Ireland’s gala dinner Co-operation Ireland seeks to build a peaceful society based on tolerance and acceptance of cultural differences across the island of Ireland Official GOV.UK posting 7 November 2013: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/theresa-villiers-addresses-co-operation-irelands-gala-dinner ___ … Continue reading

St. Patrick’s Day dinner at Crosby Hall

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Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland addressed guests on the occasion of St Patrick’s Day dinner at his Crosby Hall residence. His remarks focussed on the approaching decade of significant commemorations in Ireland and how these offered an … Continue reading

Christopher Moran – ’21st Century must be a new age for UK philanthropy’

Besides his business interests, Christopher Moran supports charities in a wide range of sectors across arts & national heritage, health & wellbeing, and faith & international relations. Below he examines the contrast between the UK & … Continue reading

Interfaith cohesion – ‘Faith in a fractured society’

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The Vice-Chairman of the Council of Christians & Jews (CCJ) marked the organisation’s 70th Anniversary with an opinion article on the role of faith and the rise of secularism within society. The article was originally published … Continue reading

Christopher Moran – ‘Goodwill Following Royal Visit to Ireland Mustn’t Be Squandered’

(L-R) President of Ireland Mary McAleese, Her Majesty The Queen, Dr. Christopher Moran, Chairman of Co-operation Ireland at Dr. Moran's home, Crosby Hall

Co-operation Ireland Highlights Need for Grassroots Community Transformation 04 November, 2011 ‘Unparalleled good relations between London and Dublin need to be converted into real progress in grassroots community relations within Northern Ireland’ –  was the central … Continue reading

Christopher Moran comments in International Business Times on €uro debate

Christopher Moran has contributed to the national debate on the Euro-crisis with a hard-hitting comment piece for the International Business Times. As a senior figure within the City and UK business circles he takes a robust line on … Continue reading

Christopher Moran honoured for ‘Outstanding Contribution to London’

Christopher Moran Outstanding Contribution London Lifestyle Award

One of London’s most influential business figures was honoured in front of over 500 people at the prestigious London Lifestyle Awards 2011 ceremony at the Riverbank Park Plaza Hotel. Christopher Moran said he was delighted to … Continue reading

Country Life Magazine’s Editor features Crosby Hall

Crosby Hall Christopher Moran

“Building the Past” by Clive Aslet, Editor, Country Life Magazine The view from the roof garden of Crosby Hall, near Chelsea Old Church, is one of the most extraordinary in London. There, on the other side of the … Continue reading

Crosby Hall – ‘the most important surviving domestic Medieval building in London’

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by Dr. Simon Thurley, Director of English Heritage, in Country Life Magazine Crosby Hall   Crosby Hall’s story is extraordinary. The most important surviving secular domestic Medieval building in London, Sir John Crosby’s great hall has on … Continue reading

Her Majesty The Queen and Her Excellency President McAleese Celebrate Co-operation Ireland’s 25th Anniversary at Crosby Hall

Dr Christopher Moran Cooperation Ireland The Queen President of Ireland Mary McAleese at Crosby Hall

One hundred and fifty guests attended a Co-operation Ireland Celebratory Dinner in London to mark the 25th anniversary of its peace-building work on the island of Ireland. Joint Patrons Her Majesty The Queen and Her Excellency … Continue reading