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Denis O'mahony, Michael Healy, John Healy, Mary O'mahony and Con Twomey after they climbed Mushera Mountain Climb on Christmas morning. Credit: Photo by John Tarrant

Denis O'mahony, Michael Healy, John Healy, Mary O'mahony and Con Twomey after they climbed Mushera Mountain Climb on Christmas morning. Credit: Photo by John Tarrant

Denis O'mahony, Michael Healy, John Healy, Mary O'mahony and Con Twomey after they climbed Mushera Mountain Climb on Christmas morning. Credit: Photo by John Tarrant

AUBANE Social Club and friends from far and wide worked up an appetite on Christmas Day morning in their traditional trek up Mushera Mountain from St. John's Well.

Though there was a steady drizzle, the wind blew and some of the underfoot conditions were difficult, big numbers assembled for the event. Included in the diverse assembly was the 'horse petals' and the versatile Michael Lynch who made it to the top for the 150th time this year. The deserving beneficiary from this year's popular hosting is the upkeep St. John's Well.