Opel / Vauxhall Drivers Invited to Join in Ted’s Run

Run organiser, Ted O’Connell (left) with Denis Murphy with ‘Hope’ the Dogs for the Disabled mascot at the launch of the 11th run at The Mills Inn.

The launch of the 11th Ted’s Opel Vauxhall Run was held at this year’s base, The Mills Inn, Ballyvourney, Co. Cork recently and the event will take place on Saturday, August 11th 2018. 
Discounted accommodation rate of €40pps is agreed and a limited number of rooms are now available.

The organisers are recommending immediate booking of your room

Register at 9am

Registration on Saturday 11th from 9am, Entry fee is €20 including starter pack.

First Aaward presented at 10am. Cars depart at10.15am.

The route will incorporate some spectacular scenic routes, and iconic rally stages such as: Bothar Aban; Furihy; Ballingeary and Ballylickey.

Lunch at Glengarriff

Lunch will be available at the Eccles Hotel, Glengarriff at €20pp.

As always there will be an array of awards and prizes and numerous spot-prizes.

“Following lunch we will continue through the Healy Pass; Kilmackillogue; Kenmare and Kilgarvan and returning to the Mill’s Inn where the participants can unwind in the Mills Bar,” said organiser Ted O’Connell.

Dogs for the Disabled

Proceeds from the run are again being donated to the Dogs for the Disabled. All Opel Vauxhall GM vehicles of any age are welcome.

Room booking at The Mills Inn, Tel: 026 45237

Further information can be obtained from Ted on: 086 32 56 751 or Denis on: 086 35 62 905.

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