On the 4th July, 3 of the partners in HSOC will take part in the annual Ring of Kerry Cycle. John O’Connell, Hugh McGeown and Simone Hennessy will be starting their 180km cycle at 6.30 in the morning and should finish in the late afternoon.
They will be joined on their cycle by several clients of the practice and also friends and family from Valentia Island. The purpose of the cycle is to raise charity funds for Valentia
Island Hospital. The Hospital has operated as a long stay care facility for elderly residents for over 145 years and requires expansion to keep in line with newly updated standards of care.
Any and all donations are welcome and can be given via the following link – https://www.mycharity.ie/event/hsoc_event/
Background on the cycle
The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle now in its 32nd year, is the biggest one day charity fundraising event in Munster, attracting thousands of leisure cyclists who will experience a fun and rewarding day’s cycling, completing 112 miles of the spectacular Ring of Kerry, while at the same time fundraising for worthy Kerry based Charities.