Day 5

Martin Titch Carroll

2018-05-03T11:55:12+01:00May 3rd, 2018|

Day one to day 5 we have travelled halve ways round our route by now. And it's been emotional. I do cycle against suicide events, because I enjoy cycling, and I have an unhealthy need to help people. I guess that stems from being number 8 in a family of 9 kids. We have moved

Andy McGirl

2018-05-03T11:49:42+01:00May 3rd, 2018|

Day 5. We stayed in Omagh, we booked an Airbnb. It was a grand day. It was windy, hilly and a small bit wet, a grand day. Last night I stayed with 6 of our little family in a house, it was relaxing, fun and I slept well. Yesterday was a good day, they all

Brian Kerr

2018-05-03T11:46:23+01:00May 3rd, 2018|

I received this as private mail from Lisa McMahon in Dun A Ri House Hotel Kingscourt and thought it was to good to keep to myself. Thought you'd find this cool Mam took this video as you guys passed by the other morning - was kinda a cool interpretation of rural awareness to suicide and

Shelly Nic Tiernán

2018-05-03T11:44:11+01:00May 3rd, 2018|

Peter Canavan apple of my eye today!!!so much respect for that guy and still do well except for wee Archie a 4 year old who jumped Into me bed at 6.30 this morning and told me last night my house design looks a wee bit weird in the most beautiful Tyrone accent oooh CAS I

Vincent Byrne

2018-05-03T11:41:57+01:00May 3rd, 2018|

Cycle Against Suicide Day 5 Dungannon-Cookstown-Omagh Tonight we have reached the half way stage of this 10 day cycle. There was a cold, tough headwind as we travelled around the Sperrin mountains and I think many of us were happy to see Omagh. There were times I wished I hadn’t eshewed the carbon fibre racing

Mickey Harte

2018-05-02T16:18:27+01:00May 2nd, 2018|

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