€635.00 RAISED FOR WEST CLARE CANCER CENTRE ON ST. STEPHEN’S DAY WREN!!!!!

A massive “Thank You” to Keelin Power and Caoimhe, Naoise, Eorann, Fionn & Muireann Hegarty, for their marathon 8 hour fundraiser (with just a short break for dinner!) on St. Stephen’s Day in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre
Our “SUPER SIX”, armed with their musical instruments and radiating an infectious enthusiasm for their mission, performed angelically and charmed their way into the homes and hearts of the occupants in, and around Kildysart and Labasheeda.
Fionn, nominated as Master of Coin for the day, shook his collection bucket with relish, reminding everybody that beautiful and all as the music was, it was not a free concert!!!!
Thanks also of course to mothers Valerie Hegarty and Roisin Power for accompanying their little caped crusaders. We are extremely grateful to all of you!

14th Annual Gortglass Lake Christmas Day Swim 2017

Tick Tock, counting down………………………
14th ANNUAL GORTGLASS LAKE CHRISTMAS DAY SWIM 2017 will take place on Christmas Day at 12pm sharp. The group so far have raised in excess of €75,000.00 for cancer care services – a truly tremendous achievement by local people in a small, West Clare community. Join John O’Connell and his brave band of ‘everyday heroes’ as they prepare to take the plunge on Christmas Day for the continued provision of cancer services in West Clare. 
No registration is necessary and donations are welcome on the day. For more information, contact John O’Connell on (087) 9672441.

WEST CLARE CHARITY CONCERT VOICES FOR CANCER

The second Annual West Clare Charity Concert – Voices For Cancer – takes place on Thursday 30th November, at St. Mary’s Church, Carrigaholt, at 7:30pm.  Tickets are €10.00 and will be available at the door on the night.  All proceeds are being donated to the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre in Kilkee.  For further information or to purchase tickets, contact Mags Keane on (086) 8886820.

2nd ANNUAL WEST CLARE CHARITY CONCERT – VOICES FOR CANCER 30th NOVEMBER 2017!!!!!!!

Following last year’s hugely successful concert in St. Mary’s Church, Carrigaholt, the 2nd Annual West Clare Charity Concert – Voices For Cancer, in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre will take place on Thursday, 30th November in St. Mary’s Church, Carrigaholt, at 7:30pm. Tickets are €10.00 and will be available at the door on the night. If you would like to reserve your ticket, contact Mags Keanes bar carrigaholt on (086) 8886820. Come along and enjoy a night of mellifluous sounds to soothe the soul – all in aid of a great cause!

West Clare Cancer Group 5th Annual Poker Classic!

CALLING ALL CARD SHARKS!!!!!

The West Clare Cancer Group’s 5th Annual Poker Classic in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre takes place in the Westbridge Bar, Miltown Malbay, on Sunday 5th of November 2017, at 7:00pm.  Tickets are €25.00 each and are available from the Cancer Centre in Corry Lane, Kilkee.  For more information, contact ourselves on (065) 9060762 or Matt Keating on (086) 6049444.

IRELAND’S WINNING HOME OF THE YEAR 2017 RAISES €1,060.40 FOR WEST CLARE CANCER CENTRE!!!!!!!!!!!

IRELAND’S WINNING HOME OF THE YEAR 2017 RAISES €1,060.40 FOR WEST CLARE CANCER CENTRE!!!!!!!!!!!
Sincere thanks to Louise Mc Guane of The Chapel Gate Irish Whiskey Company and her husband Dominic McCarthy, for the marvellous sum of €1,060.40, donated to the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centrefrom their fundraiser held on Saturday, August 26th last.
Louise and Dominic made their winning home in Cooraclare available to the public and donated the proceeds to the West Clare Cancer Centre in Kilkee. Sincere thanks also to Bernie Tubridy, Cooraclare, who liaised with Louise to make the day the success that it was. Heartfelt thanks to you all.

CARA’S GOING FOR THE CHOP FUNDRAISER JULY 2017

CARA CONWAY, DOONAHA, KILKEE, RAISES €1,345.00 FOR WEST CLARE CANCER CENTRE!!!!!!!

Huge thanks and congratulations to Cara on the success of her fundraiser ‘Cara’s going for the chop’ held on 26th July last, in aid of the West Clare Mini Marathon Cancer Care Centre. In true princess style, Cara not only let down her long hair, she donated it to the Rapunzel Foundation to help children living with hair loss and donated the proceeds of her endeavours to the Cancer Centre here in Kilkee. Thanks also to Cara’s mam Michelle Conway and dad Brendan. Superheroes don’t always take to the skies or wrestle giants – sometimes they just don their uniforms and go to school, quietly changing the lives of others for the better………………..

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