Kevin will be cycling from his Cork offices to Limerick on the 26th of March as part of his fundraising activities. Please help his fundraising by donating to his page here.
Finished my 150 kms to kilteely. The wind strong all day but the donations all of you made encouraged me to finish.
Thank you all
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL!
To register your interest to be placed on a cancellation list, please email [email protected]
Join us on a 500km odyssey along the magical west coast of France visiting Ile de Re, Royan, Capbreton, Arcachon and finishing in the magical Basque city of San Sebastian ••• All you do is cycle and we will arrange flights, accommodation, food and transport for your bags in this fully supported trip. We will even truck your bike to the start and from our finish town of San Sebastian ••• We ask you to pay your costs of €1,000 and a fundraising target of €1000 to participate. We are delighted to be associated and raising money for St Francis Hospice to assist them in providing a palliative care service. They also provide, Community Palliative Care, Hospice Day Care, Inpatient Units, Outpatient Services and Bereavement Care ••• Tour De Force have been in existence within the Garda Siochana community since 1998 and have raised and donated in excess of €1,000,0000 to charities in Ireland and abroad. We have collectively cycled 200,000 km together in many countries such as Greece, USA, Spain, Croatia, Albania, France and Ireland ••• Register your interest at Giv2Go.com by lodging a €200 deposit which will be deducted from the €1000 costs payable and committing to raise €1000 for St Francis Hospice
Brian Cagney donated €200.00
Anthony Cagney donated €20.00
David Cagney donated €100.00"Est of luck to you all Dave Cagney"
Breda Cagney donated €20.00"Good luck"
Roisin Cagney donated €50.00"Best of luck to you all & fair play for doing it"
Antoinette donated €50.00"Best of luck to all of you"
Kieran Cagney donated €30.00"Good luck lads!!!"
Declan O'Sullivan donated €50.00
Treacy Cagney donated €50.00"Hope there’s also a dessert waiting for after the bacon and cabbage. Best of luck lads and well done!"