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Mums running Flora Women's mini marathon to build Ireland's first national Down Syndrome care centre for children

Published 12/03/2014 | 14:18

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Joshua Cussen (2) from Donabate in Dublin, Liam Caseiro (1) from Santry in Dublin, and Sorcha (2) from Balbriggan will be cheering on their mums in the 2014 Flora Women's Mini Marathon. Photo: Conor Healy Photography
Will you Bunny Up for The Down Syndrome Centre at the 2014 Flora Womens Mini Marathon? Sorcha (2), Liam (1), and Joshua Cussen (2) from Donabate will be cheering on their mums. Photo: Conor Healy Photography
Will you Bunny Up for The Down Syndrome Centre at the 2014 Flora Womens Mini Marathon? These Moms are running to help build a brighter future for their children and want you to join them. The Down Syndrome Centre is looking for 80 women to run, walk or hop alongside them in raising funds for Ireland's first national centre dedicated to people with Down syndrome. Contact Niamh on 01 661 8000 to sign up and join their team. Pictured are Jenny Kilmartin, Triona Cussen, Colette Maguire, Meadhbh Caseiro, Dolores O'Hagan Skelly, Jan Glover and (In front) Julie Butler.
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Photography: Conor Healy Photography
Will you Bunny Up for The Down Syndrome Centre at the 2014 Flora Womens Mini Marathon? These Moms are running to help build a brighter future for their children and want you to join them. The Down Syndrome Centre is looking for 80 women to run, walk or hop alongside them in raising funds for Ireland's first national centre dedicated to people with Down syndrome. Contact Niamh on 01 661 8000 to sign up and join their team. Pictured are Jenny Kilmartin, Triona Cussen, Colette Maguire, Meadhbh Caseiro, Dolores O'Hagan Skelly, Jan Glover and (In front) Julie Butler. ***NO REPRO FEE*** Photography: Conor Healy Photography

A group of women has joined forces to run and help build a brighter future for their children with Down Syndrome.

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The Down Syndrome Centre is looking for 80 women to run, walk or hop alongside them at the mini-marathon.

They're raising funds for Ireland's first national centre dedicated to children with Down syndrome.

Any women who are interested can contact Niamh on 01 661 8000.

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