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Derryheen Harvest Run
Sep 8 at 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Taking place close to Butlersbridge, Co Cavan, the event is organised by Derryheen Parish Church in aid of its Restoration Fund and St Christopher’s Hospice, Cavan. The event is now in its 5th year.
10K and 5K, suitable for walkers and runners.
There are 2 substantial hills in the 10k event in the final 5k. The 1st 5k is flat. There are 3 water stations on the 10K route at 3, 5.9 and 7.4KM. There are 1 KM markers so contestants can keep track of their progress. Entry fees are €10 per adult and €20 per family. There is a clock at the finish line.
There is beautiful countryside on quiet roads on a loop of Lough Inchin on the boundaries of Farnham Estate. The event begins and ends at Derryheen Church.
Registration is at the event from 11am.
There are prizes for 1st man and 1st woman and 1st U16 boy and 1st U16 girl in the 10K. There are prizes for the 1st man and woman in the 5K.
The event is specially renowned for its refreshments afterwards.