Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk

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Dún Laoghaire / Howth, Sunday 17th March

The 16th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk takes place this St Patrick’s Day, Sunday 17th March 2024. Over 2,000 enthusiastic walkers are expected to take on the 26km challenge, with the option of starting from Howth Harbour or Dun Laoghaire Harbour.

The walk is suitable for most fitness levels. Along the way you can take in the scenic Dublin Bay and stop off at the Halfway Hooley hosted at Dublin Port Company’s historic Pumphouse location, with complimentary refreshments and entertainment.

The Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk is a flagship fundraising event for Aware, the national charity supporting people impacted by depression and bipolar disorder. Aware directly supports over 50,000 people each year via our support and education services. We can’t do this with your help! Your participation or donation will help raise vital funds to ensure the organisation can continue to deliver its free support, education and information services to individuals and communities nationwide.


Date:
Sunday 17th March
Time:
10.30am
Price:
TBC
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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