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Leo O'Regan
London to Lahinch 800km Charity Cycle
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London to Lahinch 800km Charity Cycle

€ 56,670.00

Target : € 40,000.00
From 606 fantastic supporters DONATIONS AVAILABLE UNTIL 31 Jul 2022

Leo O'Regan

Fundraising For Irish Cancer Society
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This May, 7 amateur cyclists will take on the challenge of cycling from London to Lahinch all in the name of their good friend and cousin, Declan Sexton who died of a rare form of cancer in 2020.

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David Carey, Seanie Madigan, Conor Calder, Leo O'Regan, Sean Ronayne, Francis O'Flynn and Conor Meaney are undertaking this event in memory of their good friend and relative, Declan Sexton, who died in May 2020 at the age of 27, with a rare form of cancer.

 

Declan was a Civil Engineer from Ennistymon, near Lahinch in Co. Clare and worked in London following graduation from the University of Limerick in 2015.

 

Declan worked hard and played hard, togging out for Brother Pearses in London, the University of Limerick and Ennistymon throughtout his hurling days.

 

London to Lahinch will be a cycling event taking place over 7 stages, with each stage being approximately 120km in length. The team are a group of very average cyclists and hope your support will give them the motivation to pedal every inch of the way.

 

We are raising vital funds for the Irish Cancer Society. Through the support of donors like you, the Irish Cancer Society is the largest voluntary funder of cancer research in Ireland and they are committed to improving the lives of those impacted by cancer in Ireland through research.

 

This year more than 40,000 people in Ireland will hear the words ‘you have cancer’. Thankfully, though, 6 in 10 people diagnosed with life threatening invasive cancer will survive the disease for at least 5 years, and most of those won’t succumb to their disease. Almost all diagnosed with non-invasive cancers such as Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer (NMSC) will be cured, Survival rates are continuing to improve and people are living well with cancer and living for longer thanks to research and advances in detection and treatment. Now, more than 200,000 people are living with and beyond cancer in Ireland.

 

Thank you,

The London to Lahinch crew

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606

John O'Regan

09-08-2022

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400.00 Offline Donation

Gerry Kellegher

20-07-2022

from Gerry Kellegher, Maloneys

230.00

Chris Byrne

20-07-2022

from Chris byrne, maloneys

110.00

Brother Pearses

20-07-2022

Donation from Brother pearses Joker Poker night

274.00

BBQ Buckets

20-07-2022

donations from BBQ fundraiser

546.00

Maloneys Willesden

20-07-2022

Maloney Bar Willesden

275.00

Fundraiser Raffle money

20-07-2022

money raissed from raffle at BBQ night

983.00

Sean Ronayne

19-07-2022

Local cash donations

300.00

Steve Carmel & Mark O’Sullivan

30-06-2022

50.00

Minnie’s quiz killeshandra

25-06-2022

Well done lads nice to meet you all. Noel calder

300.00

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