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The cycle challenge from Bray Head to Wexford, for Action Breast Cancer, was very successful and the day was enjoyed by all. Edel Freeman, the organiser of the event, would like to thank all the cyclists who participated, including cyclists from Wexford Wheelers cycling club and a special thanks to Martin Gill and Pat Gaegan who encouraged the ladies and supported us all from Arklow to Wexford.

The cycle challenge raised funds for The Irish Cancer Society / Action Breast Cancer and have raised €6,593 and their target was €7,000. Thank you to everyone who has made a donation. A cheque presentation was made on 30 January to Kevin Delaney from the Irish Cancer Society.

The volunteers on the day were the ones that made this event run smoothly and they would like to say a special thank you to them all for their time and their integrity and acting in the interest of the cyclists and their safety. Thank you to the collectors and volunteers at the hotel on the day and a big thank you to Alice O’Sullivan.

Thank you to the Management and staff at the Ferrycarrig hotel for providing us the Waterfront suite and blowing up the balloons. They would also like to thank all the Companies who helped us enormously. South East Radio, Bayfield House B&B Crossabeg, Heatons, Hughes Signs, Tesco, Bloom & Veg Florist Castlebridge, Apple Green Garage Ferns, Halfords, Kenny’s Bikes Enniscorthy  and The Bike Shop Wexford.

 

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Cycle Challenge 7 November

from Bray Head to Wexford

 

Six Ladies from the Killurin Rowing Club formed a cycling group, three of the ladies work in the maternity department at Wexford General Hospital. Two members of Wexford Wheelers Cycling Club, Phil and Annis and a friend Betty joined us on the challenge. Their challenge to raise money for Irish Cancer Society, Action Breast Cancer. They have raised 6593.00 and they nearly reached their target of 7000. Other male members of the Wexford Wheelers Cycling Club joined them at Arklow and Gorey and supported them through the journey. Their support was exceptional.

The group started at Bray Head at 7.50 am taking the coastal route and finally arrived at the Ferrycarrig Hotel Wexford at 4.40 pm. It was tough going for the cyclist but they achieved their goal.

The group were welcomed as they arrived at the hotel and 300 balloons was released at the Waterfront Suite.

Alice O'Sullivan, the first ever 'Rose of Tralee, kindly offered to help with the balloons.

Alice is a very active and interesting person has recently climbed up Mount Brandon, on 26 September, to raise money for charity. She is also a volunteer to help and train disabled and blind children to ski.