€30,000 raised by Clonakilty Charity Cycle 2014

Posted on: 3rd November, 2014

Category: News

Contributor: West Cork People

The Clonakilty Charity Cycle, which in the past two years raised over €67,000 for Cancer Connect and Co Action, was held on Saturday, September 13, 2014 and was officially started by popular commentator Paudie Palmer, former Kerry Minor Footballer. Four hundred and forty nine cyclists took part in the cycle in brilliant sunshine with over €30,000 again raised this year. The Committee would like to sincerely thank all sponsors, communities, cyclist’s and the public in general for their help and support in raising such a fantastic sum of money for the charities. This year the charities supported are Cancer Connect, Co Action, Marymount Hospice, just-one, West Cork Rapid Response and Clonakilty Special Olympics.

The cheque presentation night will take place at Clonakilty GAA Complex at Ahamilla on Friday, October 31 with light refreshments and all are welcome.

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