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Climbing the Reek is June challenge for Galway Hospice

Wednesday, 6th March, 2019 2:21pm
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Climbing the Reek is June challenge for Galway Hospice

READY for the Reek for Hospice: Shane McDonagh (event organiser), Ultan Dillane (Connacht Rugby), Charlene Hurley (Galway Hospice Director of Fundraising and Communications), Mary Tierney (Galway Hospice), James Connolly (Connacht Rugby) and Noel Lane (former Galway hurler).

Climbing the Reek is June challenge for Galway Hospice

READY for the Reek for Hospice: Shane McDonagh (event organiser), Ultan Dillane (Connacht Rugby), Charlene Hurley (Galway Hospice Director of Fundraising and Communications), Mary Tierney (Galway Hospice), James Connolly (Connacht Rugby) and Noel Lane (former Galway hurler).

THE annual Croagh Patrick Climb in aid of Galway Hospice takes place this year on Saturday June 15.
The climb, to help raise vital funds for Galway Hospice, was launched by event organiser Shane McDonagh, on the grounds of Galway Hospice, Renmore .
Shane, along with friends, initiated the idea of the climb. Now in its ninth year, the climb is a major event in the Hospice calendar.

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