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River Liffey, Saturday 30th November

All In a Row – Established by the rowing community along the east coast of Ireland in 2016 in an effort to raise much needed funds for local charities. For 2019, Rowing, Kayak & Canoe Clubs along with private rowing boat owners, will endure a 10 hour row/paddle along the River Liffey to raise money for both the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) and the Irish Underwater Search and Recovery Unit (IUSRU).

All In A Row will take place from St Patrick's Rowing Club based at the Tom Clarke Bridge (formerly East Link Bridge) to Heuston Station Bridge, and to the Grattan Bridge during high tide. During low tide it can be viewed along the banks of the Liffey. A large amount of planning goes into organising this voluntary event, we would especially like to thank all of our sponsors and supporters for making this event so special. If you or your club would like to get involved for charity, please contact All In A Row.

RNLI: Registered Charity Number 20003326.
IUSRU: Registered Charity Number CHY20132.


Date:
Saturday 30th November
Time:
8.00am - 3.30pm
Price:
Free
Address:
St Patrick's Rowing Club, Thorncastle Street, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of St Patrick's Rowing Club, Thorncastle Street, Dublin, Ireland

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