first_img30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Stefan Lundstrom, Strand Hotel, Aoibhinn Goode, Limerick Live95 FM, Maria O’ Gorman Skelly, Strand Hotel and Senator Kieran O’ Donnell. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Brendan Ring, Cliona’s Foundation, Gerry O’ Malley, Limerick Post and John King, Cliona’s Foundation. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Sergeant Michaela Moloney, Henry Street, John Clancy, Great Limerick Run and Sergeant Mick Byrne, Roxboro.Pic: Gareth Williams Previous articleU2 investing in Limerick’s young musical talentNext articleAdrian blazes a trail to national finals Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Dave Mahedy, Director of Sport UL, Mayor Kieran O’ Hanlon, Patrick O’ Donovan TD and John Cleary, Event Director Great Limerick Run.Pic: Gareth Williams Advertisement Email Linkedin 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Tom Considine, Janesboro and Gerry O’ Malley, Limerick Post.Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel was Patrick O’ Donovan TD.Pic: Gareth Williams Print 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel was John Cleary, Event Director Great Limerick Run. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Brian Slattery, Kate Sheahan, St. Gabriels, Suzy Kennedy, Administrator Great Limerick Run and Leah Downey, St. Gabriels. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Tom Considine, Janesboro and Jan O’ Sullivan TD. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Jim Gallivan, Irish Rail and Terry Ring, Cliona’s Foundation. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Lorcan Murray, Lyric FM, Mossie Woulfe, Rathkeale, who was presented with a special award in appreciation of outstanding contribution to the Great Limerick Run, Mayor Kieran O’ Hanlon, Patrick O’ Donovan TD and John Cleary, Event Director Great Limerick Run.Pic: Gareth Williams WhatsApp Twitter Facebook 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Michael Spillane, Honouring Aaron and Cecilia O’ Flaherty, Limerick Civil Defence. Pic: Gareth Williams 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Dave Mahedy, Director of Sport UL, Mayor Kieran O’ Hanlon, Patrick O’ Donovan TD and John Cleary, Event Director Great Limerick Run.Pic: Gareth Williams NewsCommunityPhotosPics – Barrington’s Hospital Great Limerick Run 2017 LaunchBy Staff Reporter – January 30, 2017 2061 30/1/2017 Attending the Launch of the Great Limerick Run at the Strand Hotel were Paul O’ Byrne, Barringtons Hospital, Caroline McGarry, Marketing and PR Bon Secours Health System and Lorcan Murray, Lyric FM.Pic: Gareth Williamslast_img read more

first_imgA group of cyclists who completed a marathon trek from Glasgow to Gortahork this summer have returned to Ireland to deliver a cheque for almost €10,000 to Donegal Hospice.The cash was raised by the 18 members of the Cathcart Pedallers, most of whom had never cycled before they began training for their 220-mile trip.From the start, they decided all proceeds from their efforts – which included sponsorship and a charity night – would be split between the hospice in Letterkenny and the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow. The cheque for £8,452 was delivered to Donegal by four of the Pedallers with local connections: Seamus Ferry (Fanaboy), Tommy and Lorraine Docherty (Gortahork) and Maeve Carson (Braade).Afterwards Tommy Docherty said: “We were honoured to represent our whole group, who are just a bunch of close friends from the South Side of Glasgow.Cheque presentation, Left to right: Seamus Ferry, Tommy Docherty, Rosemary Sweeney (Donegal Hospice), Maeve Carson, Lorraine Docherty, Rena Alcorn (Donegal Hospice).“Cycling to Donegal was the experience of a lifetime for us. It was hard work in parts, especially for those who were relatively new to cycling.“I’m sure we’ll all remember the hard day’s pedal up the slope to Errigal, then the marvellous views of the Poison Glen from the top. “The welcome when we finished at the Loch Altan Hotel in Gortahork was also special.“We had great fun but the important thing is that we raised some funds to help the fantastic work being done by the people at Donegal Hospice in Letterkenny and their counterparts in Glasgow.“I’d also like to thank former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness and Glasgow’s Lord Provost Sadie Docherty for their support..”Scottish cyclists’ amazing €10K cheque for hospice was last modified: September 23rd, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Chequecyclistsdonegaldonegal hospicelast_img read more