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This year’s Darkness Into Light event across the Midlands was launched by Pieta House in Tullamore. Taking place on Saturday May 9, Darkness Into Light is a unique, early morning experience which begins in darkness at 4.15am as thousands of people walk or run a 5km route while dawn is breaking.
Details of the 2014 Clare Island Charity Walk were announced at the launch in Walshe’s Bridge Inn, Newport this week. This, the seventh year of this great walking event, will take place on Saturday, June 28 and all funds raised will go to Western Care Association local services. Speaking at the launch Clare Island Walking Committee chairman, Willie Murphy, stated that he and his committee are delighted to be supporting Western Care Association this year. Western Care is a community based organisation that provides support to more than 1,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities and their families throughout County Mayo. The Annual Clare Island Charity Walk has grown from strength to strength over the years and the hard working committee have raised in excess of €100,000 for local and regional charities and causes over the past six years. It provides a great opportunity to visit the idyllic Clare Island and experience the beauty and scenery of the island and Clew Bay.
A fundraiser being held both in the city and in Tuam this month will raise funds for a local suicide and self-harm crisis centre which has reached out to more than 70 people since it opened five months ago.
Voices for Down Syndrome Galway in partnership with Salthill- Knocknacarra GAA presents an extravaganza of cycling across Galway city and county on Saturday April 26 2014, consisting of three circuits:
Entries are flying in for next month’s Freedom Run 5K atGalway Racecourse in aid of the Philippines based children's charity PREDA.
Last year more than 300 people ran twice around Galway Racecourse in aid of the Philippines based children's charity PREDA — and organisers are hoping that number will increase when the popular 5k is held this year on Saturday March 1.
Almost 1,000 competitors took part in the inaugural Rose of Tralee International 10k Road Race through the streets of Tralee last Sunday morning. Athletes from all over the world lined up for the event as part of the Tralee International Marathon Series. The winner of the men's event was Roger Barrett from Ballina, clocking a time of 32:38. The Mayo man only decided to run in the race the day before.
Entering its third year, the popular Renville Park 5K - held in association with Level One Serviced Office Space - will take place on Wednesday July 24 at 8pm in Renville Park, Oranmore. Proceeds from the event are going to local charity ACT for Meningitis which aims to raise awareness of meningitis while also supporting families and individuals affected.