Mercury Makes a Positive Impact to the local community - Francis Cullen Director
Naomh Seamus, Aldergrove GAC, would like to remind all cyclists that the 2016 Aldergrove Cycling Challenge ‘Loop of the Lough’ will take place on Saturday, 9th July 2016.
With just days to go to this special 77-mile cycling event, sponsored by Mercury Security Management, St James GAC, and Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice, reminders to cyclists that it’s not too late to register.
Speaking ahead of this special fundraising event, spokesperson for Naomh Seamus, John Jones, said;
“Final preparations are underway for our ‘Loop of the Lough’ event, and we are all very excited about welcoming all the participants who are taking part in the cycling challenge. Our goal is to raise a massive £10,000 for the local children’s charity. Any further income will be going directly to Naomh Seamus to continue to support our local community.
“We would also like to take this opportunity to thank Mercury Security Management and all our sponsors for helping us to make this a memorable event”.
Mercury Security Management Limited is Ireland’s largest independently owned Security Management Company. With headquarters in Lisburn, County Antrim and offices in Dublin, Limerick and London. Francis Cullen, Director of Mercury Security Management, commented;
“Mercury Security Management always looks for ways to make a positive impact on the local community, and so we are happy to support the local club as well as raising money for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice. We would like to wish all the participants well as they take on this massive charity challenge”.
Jenay Doyle, Community Fundraiser for NI Children’s Hospice, added;
“We are delighted to be the chosen charity for ‘Loop of The Lough’ and would like to thank Naomh Seamus, Aldergrove GAC, for all their support. Each year NI Children’s Hospice cares for approximately 300 life-limited children and their families.
This is only possible because of the continued support we receive from the local community. Naomh Seamus has set themselves to raise £10,000 for our charity which is enough money to pay for 333 hours of Children’s Hospice Care. We can’t thank them enough for their support.”