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Wednesday 7 December 2016

Garda cyclists take to the road for hospice

Published 21/09/2016 | 18:28

Members of the Gardai and supporters prior to therir departure from Santry Garda Station to cycle to Carlingford in Louth for the annual event, now in its 27th year.
Photo: Mick O'Neill.
Members of the Gardai and supporters prior to therir departure from Santry Garda Station to cycle to Carlingford in Louth for the annual event, now in its 27th year. Photo: Mick O'Neill.

MORE than 100 cyclists made up of gardai and supporters took part in a charity cycle on Wednesday to raise funds and awareness for St Francis Hospice.

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Now in its 27th year, the event has has raised just short of €750,000 for the hospice and the Blanchardstown Centre. 

The group travelled from Santry in Dublin to Carlingford in Louth, covering 115km by the end of the day.

Donations can be made directly to the hospice.

Members of the Gardai and supporters prior to therir departure from Santry Garda Station to cycle to Carlingford in Louth for the annual event, now in its 27th year.
Photo: Mick O'Neill.
Members of the Gardai and supporters prior to therir departure from Santry Garda Station to cycle to Carlingford in Louth for the annual event, now in its 27th year. Photo: Mick O'Neill.

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