‘Row For Rescue’ At Nolan’s Garage To Help Out Two Local Organisations

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Vincent Lynch (in front) of Nolan’s Londis on North Circular Road prepares for the ‘Row For Rescue’ fundraiser next month. Also included at back is Niall Nolan of Nolan’s Londis, Julie Conway, Maureen Greaney, Michael Slattery of Kerry Mountain Rescue and Frank O’Brien of Banna Rescue. Photo by Dermot Crean

NOLAN’S Londis are once again hosting an all-day challenge to help out local volunteer groups who do so much for the local community.

Last year, Pieta House benefited from a Bikeathon to the tune of €4,700 thanks to a super effort by local people.

On Saturday, October 5, people are asked to literally row in and help raise funds for Banna Rescue and Kerry Mountain Rescue at the ‘Row For Rescue’ rowathon at the North Circular Road garage and shop.

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“We’re a community store and this is one way we’d like to give something back,” said Niall Nolan of Nolan’s Londis. “Banna Rescue and Kerry Mountain Rescue are two brilliant local organisations who do wonderful work everyday in the county.”

“We’re calling on our customers and anyone else willing to help, to come down between 10am and 5pm to give a bit of their time to row on the machine and make a donation,” he added.

The Kerry Mountain jeep and Banna Rescue boat will be there, Mr Tayto will make an appearance, there’ll be around 20 spot prizes in the raffle, music and refreshments.

At the launch of the event on Monday, Mike Slattery of Kerry Mountain Rescue and Frank O’Brien of Banna Rescue both expressed their thanks to Nolan’s for hosting the fundraiser.

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