The Great Railway Cycle Saturday 30th Sept 2017

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The Great Railway Cycle features 60K and 100K distance options to accommodate a wide range of participants. The event visits many of the towns served by the old Bandon & South Coast Railway, heading west from Carrigaline towards Bandon and Clonakilty. The 100K route follows the Owenabue river as far as Halfway, passing through Ballygarvan and Ballinhassig and heads to Inishannon and Bandon before turning south to Kilbrittain. From there it heads west through Inchybridge to Ballinascarty and continues up the main N71 to Gaggin where soup and sandwiches will be provided. The route then returns to Carrigaline via the Dunmanway road passing through Bandon, Crossbarry and Halfway. The 60K route follows the 100K route as far as Bandon but then continues on west to join up with the return leg of the 100K route at Gaggin. See a full preview of both routes below.

Both the 60K and 100K cycles start from the Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre on Church Road, Carrigailne and both events also finish at the Youth Centre.

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The Great Railway Cycle shared Carrigaline & District Lions Club's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Tickets are on sale now for our Carols by Candlelight Concert. This promises to be a magical evening!

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Thanks again to all who braved the very damp conditions last Saturday to raise funds for Marymount University Hospice and the Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre. Photos courtesy of Adrian OHerlihy ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much to everyone who turned out yesterday to support Carrigaline & District Lions Club, Marymount University Hospice and Carrigaline Lions Youth Centre ! Over 150 cyclists braved the wet weather as well as all our stewards and helpers. A lot of time and effort went into making this an event a success-- well done everyone!!! 🚴👏👏Photos to follow in the coming days... ... See MoreSee Less

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The Great Railway Cycle shared Simon Coveney's post. ... See MoreSee Less

I was delighted to start the 26th annual Carrigaline Lions Club Cycle this morning with Eoin O'Sullivan, son of the late James O'Sullivan.

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