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Peter McVerry Trust’s annual cycle is celebrating its 30th anniversary and looking for people to take part

The Peter McVerry Trust’s Wexford Cycle is looking for people to take part next month in order to raise money for homelessness.

Weaving its way from UCD to Wexford Town, the hugely popular cycle passes through some of Wicklow and Wexford’s most scenic spots.

This year marks the event’s 30th anniversary and will see around 400 cyclists take part, a far cry from the original event, when just four students from UCD set off to raise money for the homeless charity.

The cycle is geared up to provide a fun day out for cyclists of all abilities and provides a great opportunity to experience the splendour of the sunny South East.

The event is rounded off with a BBQ and music in Clayton Whites Hotel in Wexford Town, where participants can relax and enjoy the post-cycle celebrations.

With over 10,000 people currently experiencing homelessness, the Peter McVerry trust provides well needed support to all that need it. The cycle takes place on the 14th of September.

If you wish to take part please click here to their website for further details.


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