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A €3,000 electric bike being ridden across 32 counties in 32 days in aid of Autism Ireland is to be raffled off for pick-up by the winner at the completion of the marathon journey. The raffle draw is set to take place at the Electric Picnic outdoor music festival on September 3 next.
Irish Autism Action and Keith Duffy will launch a mobile phone recycling campaign in Mayo on Sunday July 18 as part of the 32 County Marathons Challenge, with all money raised to go towards Irish Autism Action services.
Irish Autism Action and Keith Duffy will launch a mobile phone recycling campaign in Kilkenny on Wednesday, July 7, as part of the ‘32 County Marathons Challenge ’.
The 32 County Marathon Challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action is calling for runners in Kilkenny to take part.
The momentum behind the 32 County Challenge fundraising event in aid of Irish Autism Action is building rapidly and Kilkenny people are getting fit in order to take part.
Keith Duffy led this year’s Merlin Motor Group Golf Classic which was hosted by the Mount Wolseley Hotel, Spa & Country Club in Tullow, Co Carlow on Wednesday October 1.
Keith Duffy and his Fair City colleagues are set to take part in the 2009 Croagh Patrick Challenge on Sunday March 15 in aid of Irish Autism Action (IAA). The Croagh Patrick 7 Day Challenge takes place from March 11 to March 17 in a bid to raise much needed funds for Mayo Autism and Irish Autism Action.
Several rowers from Coláiste Iognáid have been selected to row in international competitions this month following the National Rowing Championships in Co Cork.
Boyzone star Keith Duffy, the patron for Irish Autism Action, will be on a tour of Mayo today (Friday) where he will meet Jordan Kearns, the young boy who was the inspiration behind the hugely successful Croagh Patrick Seven Day in a Row Challenge.
Olive Whelan, director of Olive Whelan’s Mullingar School of Drama, is proud to announce that one of Ireland’s leading celebrities is to visit the school this Saturday, September 5.