Harbour 2 Harbour Walk

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Harbour 2 Harbour walk – 17
March 2017

Event details:

The 12th annual Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk takes place on St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March 17th.The Harbour2Harbour Walk takes participants along a scenic route around Dublin Bay.

You can walk from Howth to Dun Laoghaire OR Dun Laoghaire to Howth. A total of 26km!

Once you have pre-registered, go to the collection point at the Bloody Stream in Howth OR the Harbour plaza in Dun Laoghaire to collect your t-shirt and map from 9.30am on St. Patrick’s Day.

Participants are encouraged to raise sponsorship from colleagues, friends and family, with all funds raised going to Aware’s nationwide depression support, education and information services. Depression affects one in ten people at any one time. It can be fatal. Every day of every year, Aware’s support services are changing lives and saving lives.

Aware provides extensive services throughout Dublin and nationwide, more information is available on the website. www.aware.ie.

You can set up an online sponsor page at https://give.everydayhero.com/ie/get-started alternatively you can contact us for a sponsorship pack at fundraising@aware.ie.

Dublin Port Company are kindly sponsoring the event this year and hosting the Harbour to Harbour Halfway Hooley at Berth 18. There will be refreshments, toilets, music and fun at the halfway point!

98FM are the official radio partners for the Harbour2 Harbour walk 2017.

Families, children, dogs etc. are all welcome to take part!

Tickets link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/aware-harbour2harbour-walk-2017-tickets-30955202845

7 Responses to “Harbour 2 Harbour Walk”

  1. Kevin

    Hello,

    I was wondering if it is essential to start at 10.30 at Howth? As its a Sunday the first train from Maynooth wont be in Connolly until 10.20 and probably Howth and ready to go by 11am, would you still be able to do it and sign up at this point or what do you think?

    Kind Regards,

    Kevin

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    • admin

      Hello Kevin, thanks for your enquiry. The trains are always on a Sunday service for this event so we are used to people arriving and setting off earlier than 10.30am, and also that bit later – we usually have some volunteers still in situ at the start point until that 11am DART arrives into Howth. The only thing to bear in mind with a later start time is that, should you be tempted to take a number of breaks along the route (aside from the halfway stop-off point at Dublin Port) you might be much later getting into Dun Laoghaire, and the stewards at both Dun Laoghaire and Howth will be finishing at approx. 5pm. Hope you enjoy the event Kevin and thank you for supporting Aware.

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      • Sonja

        Hi there

        My question is the same as Kevin’s but for a start in dun laoighre – the first dart doesn’t get in until 10.33 which means we will be late for registration. Can we still register after 10.30?

        Thanks

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        • admin

          Hi Sonja, that’s no problem. You can register then also, stewards will be available until 11 on both sides. We look forward to welcoming you tomorrow and hope you enjoy the day!

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    • admin

      Hi Audrey, thank you for your query. You can register online before the event or else sign up on the day itself. Thank you for your support Audrey and I hope you enjoy the day.

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