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March 2011

St.Patricks Trail Bike Ride

Location

Quoile Pondage, Downpatrick

Date

Sunday, 20 March, 2011

Time

12:00 to 13:00

About the Event

Spring is on the way and the Stroke Association Northern Ireland are encouraging people to get on their bikes and hit the road for stroke!

The St.Patricks Bike Ride takes place on Sunday 20th March in Downpatrick and cyclists have a choice of completing a leisurely 5 mile s or a more challenging 15 mile route.

Starting from Quoile Pondage, both routes offer participants the opportunity to experience St Patrick’s Country at their own pace taking in the breathtaking views and key landmarks such as Slieve Patrick and Castle Ward. The event promises to be a great day out, raising vital funds for The Stroke Association’s vital work in Northern Ireland at the same time.

BBC Northern Ireland’s Noel Thompson, the Patron of The Stroke Association NI, who plans to participate in the event, says;

“Whether you take part with friends, family, a group from the office or on your own, we would love you to join us on 20th March. Not only will it be a fun and healthy day out but you will be helping The Stroke Association continue its vital work for local stroke survivors, their carers and families”.

Registration is £10 per person, or £20 per family and participants are encouraged to raise some sponsorship.

Contact and Booking

For more information, or to register, visit www.stroke.org.uk/stpatrick, email eventsni@stroke.org.uk or ring 028 9050 8053.

For more information about St.Patricks Trail Bike Ride, click here.

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