Friday, 20th July 2018
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Waterford & Dungarvan Lions Clubs – Annual Greenway Leisure Cycle in aid of Waterford Hospice

This year’s Waterford and Dungarvan Lions Clubs’ Greenway Leisure Cycle will take place on Sunday 20th of May. Last year’s participants are eagerly awaiting the annual trek to Kilmacthomas, where refreshments will be available at the Rainbow Community Hall.

Cyclists from the City and East Waterford will embark on their journey from the WIT car park in Carriganore between 9.30am and 11am. Dungarvan and West Waterford cyclists will commence their journey at the Greenway at Clonea Strand at the same time.

Participants raised over €20,000 for Waterford Hospice last year. Anyone who wishes to register for a sponsorship card for this year’s event can contact the Waterford Lions Club on (087)2540649 or (085)2865878 for further information, or the Dungarvan Lions Club on (087)6742191.

Sponsorship cards are available for collection from the following locations:

- John P. O’Donoghue Solicitors, Waterside, Waterford

- Catherine St. Medical Centre, 18 Catherine St., Waterford

- Ardkeen Surgery, Ardkeen Shopping Centre, Waterford

- Advance Physio, The Cove Centre, Dunmore Road, Waterford

Participants can also register a personal fund raising page on the Waterford Lions Club page on

Don’t feel left out because you haven’t a bike! Bikes are available for hire from Donal Jacob of Greenway Waterford Bike Hire at a reduced rate for the event. Contact their offices at WIT Carriganore Campus or 2 Grattan Quay on (086)1292724 for further information.

See you there on the day!


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