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Walk the Camino for Gary Kelly Centre

Tuesday, 28th January, 2014 11:14am

Story by John Donohoe
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Walk the Camino for Gary Kelly Centre

Ann Tracey (centre) of The Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre, with Shane Mulroy, Damian McCarthy, Terry McHugh and Mary Regan, announcing details of the Answer Your Camino Call fundraising event.

Walk the Camino for Gary Kelly Centre

Ann Tracey (centre) of The Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre, with Shane Mulroy, Damian McCarthy, Terry McHugh and Mary Regan, announcing details of the Answer Your Camino Call fundraising event.

For its 10th anniversary, the Gary Kelly Cancer Support Centre is calling on its friends and supporters to answer the Camino Call.

According to Ann Tracey, the plans are to recruit up to 30 people to walk the Camino de Santiago, enjoy the experience while at the same time fundraise for the Centre.

This seven-day walk of a lifetime will take place from Saturday June 28th  to Saturday 5th July 2014. Drogheda has a long association with the Camino with journeys being made as far back as the 12th century.

An open information night will take place next Thursday 30th January,  at 7pm in the Gary Kelly  Centre, Georges St, Drogheda. Camino expert Umberto di Venosa will attend to give an overview of the walk and what’s involved, he will also be delighted to answer any questions. All are welcome.

The Boyne Valley Walking Festival 2014 is delighted to be associated with this event.

 

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