Thank You All

Posted by Ciaran Tobin on 29 June 2013

Trim Athletic club thank all the runners who took part in the fourth edition of the Braveheart 5km. Your involvement in this unique event is appreciated by the club and our two selected charities The LauraLynn Childrens Hospice House and the Meath/Louth branch of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. We as a club are lucky to have such a hard working crew of volunteers who put their shoulders behind the wheel to make things happen. They have already pulled out all the stops for our 2 3km street runs and they shone once agin with Braveheart.

Trim AC was greatly helped in the organisation and staging of the event by the generosity of the following sponsors and donors. In the current economic circumstances our club greatly appreciates their contributions. We encourage all in the local community to show their appreciation by supporting the following companies,individuals and organisations. Remember the voluntary sector which has held the social fabric of this country together through thick and thin throughout the decades is heavily reliant on generous voluntary contributions.

Kilsaran Home, Bewleys, Aura Leisure, Clarke Corrigan and Co., The Winehouse, Adrian Dunne Pharmacy,Nallys Supervalu, Coogan Meats,James Griffins, Rentokil, Kavanaghs Motor Sales & Service, Inverse Sportswear, The Central Navan, Essence Coffee,Glenisk Organic Foods, Ralphs Spar Longwood, Joe Brady Sports Therapy, The Office of Public Works, Christian Harris Security Barriers,Footstop, St Lomans Credit Union.

Clubs and individuals from throughout the region supported the race, we hope you all "enjoyed" the challenge.

 Thanks also to Trim Town Council, Meath Civil Defence, Sgt Tom Mahon, Tony Conlon, Robert Bradley, Pat McKenna, Andrew Davies  and Pat Farrelly,Noel Fitzsimons,Bill Lowther from Scurlogstown Haymaking Festival,ChipIt Timing, Mark Melia at,Sam Hire, Trim Scouts Troop,Tri an Mhi triathlon club, Conall, Jimmy and Fergal at the Meath Chronicle, Focus on Trim and the Trim Advertiser, Frank Greally and Lindie Naughton helped us with national media coverage.

Facebook is full of great photos taken by John Magee who really had to shoot on sight on the night.

A group of re enactment enthusiasts who are better known to townsfolk as the core group of Trim Tidy Towns Committee played a blinder before the event with their weaponry and pageantry. To Brian, Paddy, Vincent,Bernard and friends WELL DONE.

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