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Analog Devices Charity Cycle
Apr 14, '18 at 11:00 am - 5:00 pm€20 – €25
Please join us for our exciting inaugural Analog Devices Charity Cycle which will take place Saturday the 14th April 2018. Starting at 11am at Mungret College. This 50K route will travel through the beautiful and picturesque villages of Askeaton, Rathkeale, Adare, and Patrickswell before returning to the wonderful venue that is Mungret College. Refreshments will be provided at the finish point back in Mungret College.
Analog Devices are proud to support two employees from Analog Devices Limerick who have committed to climbing the tallest mountain in Africa to help raise money for the wonderful organisation that is The Irish Cancer Society.
Andy Nolan and Eoin Boyce are hoping to raise as much money as possible when they make the trek up Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in October 2018. Analog Devices International are members of the Limerick Smarter Travel Workplaces Programme and are committed to supporting this charity event.
Venue: Mungret College, Mungret Limerick Date: Saturday April 14th 2018 – 11am. Registration: 9am to 10.30am sharp in Mungret Hall.
Registration Fee: €25 (€20 for CI members)
Helmets are compulsory
Any questions relating to the event can be sent to the facebook page :
Register Online HERE