Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk

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Dún Laoghaire / Howth, Tuesday 17th March

Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk – The 15th annual walk for Aware.

Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk postponed in the interests of public health.
Organisers would like to sincerely thank everyone who registered for the event and for supporting Aware's continued delivery of free mental health services. Tickets purchased will remain valid for the revised date. Details of this date will be communicated once finalised. If any ticket holders wish to obtain a refund before then, please contact fundraising@aware.ie. For further updates visit the website.

Grab your walking shoes and come along for a guaranteed fun day out! It's an alternative way to celebrate St Patrick's Day. It starts at 10.30am but you're welcome to arrive from 9.30am and pick up your t-shirt. Once you have your t-shirt you can start walking. Walk alone, in a group, with your family, you can even bring the dog! You can choose to walk from Dún Laoghaire Harbour to Howth Harbour, or vice versa, and the 16 mile/26km route is suitable for most fitness levels. The walk takes participants along the spectacularly scenic Dublin Bay. Don't forget to stop off at the Halfway Hooley hosted by Dublin Port Company and enjoy music and complimentary refreshments.


Date:
Tuesday 17th March
Time:
10.30am
Price:
€27.14
Address:
Dublin Port Company, Alexandra Road, North Dock, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Dublin Port Company, Alexandra Road, North Dock, Dublin, Ireland

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