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Cycle for Crumlin

Cycle for Crumlin

Cycle for Crumlin 2016. Photo: Murphy Surveys

Interested in lending your support to a very worthy cause?

This year’s Cycle for Crumlin, organised by Kildare-based Murphy Surveys, will take place on Saturday July 22nd. Running for a fourth year, the cycle will include a 50km and 100km route, with cyclists from Murphy Surveys joined by members of Kilcullen Cycling Club for the trip across Kildare and Laois. Funds raised support Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital.

“Murphy Surveys would like to extend our thanks to everyone who took part and supported our Cycle for Crumlin in 2013, 2015 & 2016. Because of your support we have so far raised over €30,000!” the company said. “Every day your donations and support make a difference to lives of patients, parents and hospital staff at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin. From big renovation projects or builds to a small gift to a child on their birthday or even a visit from Santa at Christmas you help to make a difference to everyone in Crumlin hospital.”

Register

You can register in advance online or on the day at 9.30am (100km route, departs at 10.00am sharp) or 10.00am (50km route, departs at 10.30am sharp). The registration fee is €25, which will be donated to The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation (CMRF) in Crumlin Hospital. Participants are invited to return to the Murphy Surveys head office in Kilcullen for food and refreshments after the event.

“Murphy Surveys is a family-run business with an amazing workforce behind us. The care provided by Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin has touched the lives of the family and some members of staff, and in light of this, we are holding a charity cycle for the hospital charity The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation (CMRF). We are delighted to be able to host this event again, and give something back,” said Murphy Surveys Chief Executive Ray Murphy.

Sponsorship cards are available from Caitriona Hanly on [email protected] For more information on the projects currently funded, or how to help raise much-needed funds, visit www.cmrf.org.

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When not writing about all things personal finance, You & Your Money’s editor Conor Forrest enjoys reading, football and getting lost in an ocean of Wikipedia articles.

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