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The Hub Staff And Attendees Walk The Boyne Valley Camino To Raise Funds

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The Hub Staff And Attendees Walk The Boyne Valley Camino To Raise Funds

Attendee Martin Vaughy poses with photos taken along the fundraising journey

Boyne Valley Camino Fundraising Walk Completed

Praxis Care attendees and staff joined together recently to complete the 25 km Boyne Valley Camino walk to fundraise for a sensory garden at the Hub service in Drogheda. 

The group walked the entire trail raising over €1200 so far, online and offline. To add to the donations, visit their JustGiving page. Funds will go to the garden that will help the service attendees expand their skills and enjoy the benefits of time spent in nature. Along the way, they visited Tullyallan, Oldbridge, Townley Hall and Mellifont Abbey. 

Pierce Delamere, one of the day service attendees who participated in the walk, said the best bit was Tullyallan.

“I enjoyed the craic with my peers and staff,” he said, “It was good fun and craic and it was sunny.” When asked if he’d do it again, he gave a resounding, “Yes!” 

Pierce Delamere

Participants included Aaron Thornton, Anna-Marie Holdcroft (Activity Facilitator), Catherine Guilfoyle (Activity Facilitator), Christopher Reilly, Cormac Corboy, Denise Gillespie (Activity Facilitator), Dominic Costello, Donal Durnin, Emma-Louise Muckian (Activity Facilitator), Fiona Woods (Activity Facilitator), Gareth Morgan (Team Leader), Jean Moore (Activity Facilitator), Johanna Dunphy (Activity Facilitator), John Brady, John Joe Reilly, Kayleigh McHugh (Activity Facilitator), Laura Farrell (Activity Facilitator), Loretta Durrigan (Activity Facilitator), Luke Owens, Martin Vaughy, Pierce Delamere, Sadhbh Ronan, Shane Clarke, Shauna Tiernan (Activity Facilitator) and Shirley O’Connor (Activity Facilitator).

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