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Phase 2 Hearings January 2018

9 January to 31 January 2018

What's the hearing about?

During Phase 2 the Inquiry will examine evidence it has ingathered, researched and analysed relating to residential child care establishments run by Catholic Orders. This phase will start with a case study about residential child care establishments run by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul. Hearings began on 28 November 2017.

Witnesses

Individuals who were resident in Smyllum Park in Lanark and Bellevue House in Rutherglen.

Representatives of the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul.

 

Please note that the witness statements of all witnesses appearing at hearings, or whose statements are being read into hearings, are being added to the inquiry website in the "Evidence" section.  The statements will normally be added to the website the same day the witness has appeared or the statement has been read in.

 

All witnesses have been given a three-letter cipher. This is necessary to protect their anonymity. Where a first name appears in brackets, this is a pseudonym. Where a full name appears, the witness has waived their anonymity.

Witnesses marked with an asterisk * are witnesses who are not appearing in person. Their statements are being read in.

 

Tuesday 23rd January  - Day 43

Leon Carberry

Witness AHM - (Mary Ann)

Witness IAG - (Ann)

Wednesday 24th January - Day 44

Sister Eileen Glancy

Sister Ellen Flynn

 

 

 

Context

The case study into residential child care establishments run by Catholic Orders will start with a case study on establishments run by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, with a particular focus on:

1. the establishment known as Smyllum Park in Lanark

2. the establishment known as Bellevue House in Rutherglen.