Dromtrasna Challenge 2016 will take place on Saturday, October 22nd starting at Dromtrasna National School, Abbeyfeale.
The Dromtrasna Challenge offers an opportunity to all members of the community to get involved in this event and support a very deserving cause through a 10K Run, 4K Walk/Run and a 2K ‘Kids’ Run.’
“There is something for everyone in this year’s event. All proceeds go directly to Milford Hospice and Home Care to help them with the tremendous work they do in their Care Centre in Milford and throughout the Midwest region,” according to an event spokesperson.
Dromtrasna National School
The 2km kids’ run takes place at 1.30pm with registration commencing at 12.30pm. The 10K Run and 4K Walk/Run will start at 3pm with registration from 2pm. Hot food will be served afterwards in Dromtrasna National School.
It doesn’t end there, having conquered the Dromtrasna Challenge, the after party will take place in The Winners Circle Abbeyfeale at 10pm. Entertainment will be provided by popular Limerick based band Free Beer.
We will have a barbecue and raffle on the night. Donations at the door for Milford Hospice and Home Care Services.
On Sunday, October 30th Stephen Moran, Marie Doody, John Collins, Diarmuid McCarthy, Deborah Colbert, Des Scanlon, Kieran Flannery & Catherine Deegan will run the Dublin City Marathon for Milford Hospice and Home Care Services.
The Dromtrasna Challenge organising committee would like to thank all those involved for the tremendous effort they have put in over several months and for taking this magnificent step for Milford.
“All of our runners are looking for your help to raise as much funds as possible for this worthy cause. They would really appreciate your support.
“You too can take that step for Milford on Saturday, October 22nd by joining us in the 2km Kids Run, 4K Walk/run or the 10K Run.
“Dromtrasna Challenge 2016 is sure to be a great social occasion and definitely not to be missed. We urge everyone to get involved and let’s all take that step together for Milford,” said the spokesperson.
Like us on Facebook or visit https://www.dromtrasnachallenge.com for further information. Or to learn more about Milford Care Centre just click on the link here: https://www.milfordcarecentre.ie
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