Great Island 10 Road Race - Sunday 9th April 2017

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General Information about the Great Island 10. GREAT CAUSE, GREAT COURSE, GREAT CHALLENGE

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The Proceeds...

All proceeds go to the ICS and Ballymore Cobh AC on a 75%/25% Split. 100% of all the proceeds from the sponsorship and inter pub will go to the ICS

The Great Island 10 Mile Road Race - €153,000 plus costs raised to date

Voted Munsters Top 10 mile road race in 2011, 2012, 2013

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The seventh annual ‘Great Island 10 Mile Road Race’ takes place on Sunday April 9th 2017 at 10.30am and once again it is being arranged for the benefit of the Irish Cancer Society, with special emphasis on Palliative Care.

Our 4 Mile Road Race will also take place on the same day for those less inclined to run the 10 Mile. This is a fast flat course and will start at 10.45am.  If all the above are not for you and you still want to be part of the day then come along and join us in our Sponsored Walk leaving at 10.00am or alternatively hold a fundraiser e.g. cake sale etc.. and contact us for a sponsor card. This is a great family day out while also raising awareness to the cause.  All events will finish at the GPO in the centre of the town to disco music.  For more details on any of the above please visit our website.

Our very own Sonia O Sullivan along with Cork Footballer, Graham Canty have both over the years leant great support to this race. For that we are very grateful.

The feedback from those taking part over the last couple of years has been extremely positive and reflects very favourably on the race itself, the scenery that Cobh has to offer and the support the runners receive from local residents. All this has combined to make this event a very enjoyable experience for all involved.

GREAT CAUSE, GREAT COURSE, GREAT CHALLENGE

The object of this exercise is to raise as much money as possible to ensure that the Palliative Care service is available for those unfortunate enough to need it.

Palliative care offers cancer sufferers the opportunity to spend their remaining time in the relative comfort of their own homes surrounded by those they love while ensuring them the dignity and privacy that only a home can offer. It is impossible to put a price on such a service – and it’s free.

We are looking for people to run, walk, help with stewarding or hold fundraisers for us. Sponsorship cards are available from sonyaomurphy@gmail.com and she can also be contacted on 087 7904895.