DETECTIVE GARDA ADRIAN DONOHOE PERPETUAL CUP - The tournament, now in its sixth year, commemorating the life and legacy of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe, will take place on Saturday, 6th October at St. Senan's Kilkee Football field.  In lieu of an admission fee, there will be a bucket collection in aid of the West Clare Cancer Centre, Kilkee.  Come along and support this very worthy cause.

Tom Crampton's Fundraiser in aid of the West Clare Cancer Centre will take place in the Quilty Tavern on Saturday 24th November 2018.

There will be music, sean-nos dancing and entertainment from PJ Murrihy and son Seamus, the Browne Brothers of Cree, Joe Searson, Caroline Tubridy, Pat Curtin, Michael Garry, John Joe Hassett, the Clare Set Dancers - John Fennell 'Hell for Leather' to name but a few of the acts on the night. Refreshments and finger food will also be provided 

Brian Clancy will be sponsoring a bus, free of charge, to bring people home on the night. Matt Keating will also be providing his taxi free of charge.

Come along and enjoy a night of great entertainment, all for a great cause!














The West Coast Mcc BIKE PUSH fundraiser, in memory of Suzanne Cottam who passed away earlier this year, will take place on Saturday 4th August, from Lissycasey to Ennis. All monies raised will be donated to the West Clare Cancer Centre in Kilkee County Clare. For more information, contact Johnny Murphy on (086) 8095956 and Pat Normoyle on (087) 7624586.





of the Provision of Cancer Care Services for the People of West Clare!

 The sun may have set on an amazing day and another marathon, but as we look back on the achievements of the group over the past twenty years; from the provision of funding for palliative care in Ennistymon General Hospital and in Regina House in Kilrush, to its daily support services such as transport for chemotherapy and radiotherapy appointments, counselling, complementary therapies, pilgrimage funding, and the provision of palliative aids for patients' home use - we realise that the fight continues and the work goes on.  Because it needs to.  By 2020, 1 in 2 of us will be affected by cancer.  A sobering thought and an unfortunate reality.

What has been achieved by the inhabitants of West Clare Communities uniting and working together, forging their own paths in achieving and retaining these vital services for West Clare is nothing short of extraordinary - so take a bow, each and everyone of you - the life-blood of the West Clare Mini Marathon, without whose generosity of spirit and tireless endeavours we could not exist.  The beating heart of any charity is its foot soldiers - the unsung heroes who take one dimensional ideals on paper and turn them into 3D living reality.

To each and everyone of you, thank you sincerely for your commitment and dedication to the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre.










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