PETER CAULDWELL - RISK TAKER, THRILL SEEKER, EVERYDAY HERO & ALL-ROUND GREAT GUY!

Peter will be commencing his epic BIKE RIDE CHALLENGE fundraiser in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre from Rosslare on Wednesday 4th July, and plans to finish in Carrigaholt on Sunday July 15th. We will keep you apprised of Peter's progress along the way so let's get liking and sharing and send him on his way, buoyed up on on a wave of local support and good wishes as he readies himself to undertake the mammoth task ahead. Sincere thanks also to Peter's family and to his leading lady Beth Cauldwell.

 

6th ANNUAL WEST CLARE TRACTOR RUN - SUNDAY 15th JULY 2018!!!!
Just 5 weeks to go to the 6th Annual West Clare Tractor Run 2018 in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre Kilkee. Leading the posse as always will be the fearless, peerless Pats Hassett. A great family, fun day out guaranteed.

 

9th Annual Tractor Run In Memory of Mattie McInerney and Michael Flynn JULY 22nd 2018
The 9th Annual Tractor Run In Memory of Mattie McInerney and Michael Flynn will take place on Sunday 22nd July 2018. Participants will leave Mullagh Sports Field at 2pm on their way to Ennistymon Graveyard. €20 per Tractor. All proceeds will be donated to the West Clare Cancer Centre Kilkee. The day's activity will be followed by a night of music and craic at O’Loughlins Bar Miltown Malbay. Enjoy a great family day out - all for a great cause!

WEST COAST MOTOR CYCLE CLUB - BIKE PUSH FUNDRAISER SATURDAY 4th AUGUST
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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