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John Galvin, MD Clare Champion, holding Daisy, and Teresa Roseingrave, with her children Aela, Romy and Saran O Neill, watched by Joe Queally, Ennis Branch RNLI chairman, launching the Flaggy Shore Walk which takes place on June 21st with registration from 7.15pm on the night, and parking available in Mairtin Fahey's field nearby. Photograph by John Kelly

Flaggy Shore Solstice stroll to raise money for RNLI


A beautiful 8km Summer Solstice stroll in the Flaggy Shore, Bellharbour, New Quay, will take place on Tuesday night, June 21, to raise much needed funds for the RNLI Lifeboats.

Meeting at New Quay Church car park at 7.15pm participants will be guided the short distance to parking in Mairtin Fahy’s meadow field on the Flaggy Shore.

The stroll will leave at 8pm and take walkers down by the lake where poet Seamus Heaney was inspired to write one of his most famous writings, Postscript.

There will be time out for healing and reflection on the shore as well as black pudding and brown bread.

Let the spirit of the Burren rock into the heart and soul inside in you as stroll in the finest landscape in the World between the mountain and the sea on the shores of Galway Bay.

Donations can be made on the night to the RNLI Lifeboats. For further nformation contact Joe Queally on 087 6260301.

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