On Saturday, July 22 I will be taking part in the 10k Galley Head Swim in aid of Marymount University Hospital & Hospice, CoAction West Cork & Cancer Connect. All funds raised here will go directly to these great causes. The swim is a challenging one that begins off Red Strand before turning west...
On Saturday, July 22 I will be taking part in the 10k Galley Head Swim in aid of Marymount University Hospital & Hospice, CoAction West Cork & Cancer Connect. All funds raised here will go directly to these great causes. The swim is a challenging one that begins off Red Strand before turning west around the iconic Galley Head Lighthouse. It then runs parallel along Long Strand & Owenahincha Beaches before finishing up on the Warren Beach in Rosscarbery. All very beautiful to look at - but gruelling to swim, especially if conditions aren't favourable. I hope you can help by donating whatever you can. Simply click the Donate button above. All donations are processed securely. You can also share my page using Share options below. This is a great way to show your support. Many Thanks for your help.
Galley Head Swim For Marymount University Hospital and Hospice, CoAction West Cork, Cancer Connect
Words of support
Well done Richard. Congratulations. Super achievement and a great cause. I suppose you had the wetsuit 😉
Brilliant Richie, well done, super effort for 3 great causes.
About the Cause
Marymount University Hospital and Hospice
At Marymount University Hospital & Hospice we offer you three distinct services:
Our Hospital offers respite, intermediate palliative and residential care services for the older person.
Our Hospice offers specialist palliative care services, at both inpatient and community level.
Our Education Centre offers University and other courses, placement and conference facilities.
CoAction provides a full range of services to support children and adults with an intellectual disability and/or autism. Our vision is to support people to be 'connected with' and included in the lives of those who are most important to them so that they can live full and meaningful lives. Person-centredness challenges us to move away from providing services in segregated and centralised locations, because inevitably they may limit people's opportunities and 'disconnect