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SOFT Ireland - Mercury Lilliput Legend Adventure Race

A Team from Mercury will participate in the Lilliput Legend Adventure Race at Lilliput Adventure Centre, Lough Ennell, Co. Westmeath on Saturday, 16 July 2022. This all in aid of S.O.F.T. Ireland.

Mercury was founded in Dublin, Ireland in 1972 and is a leading European engineering contractor specialising in the provision of contracting, mechanical, electrical, fire protection and ICT Services across a range of key sectors.

Soft Ireland is a voluntary group dedicated to providing support for families of children born with Patau’s Syndrome (Trisomy 13), Edwards’ Syndrome (Trisomy 18). Support is provided during prenatal diagnosis, during the child’s life and after the child’s passing.

The Lilliput Legend Adventure Race is an adventure race in Lough Ennell, Co. Westmeath on Saturday, 16 July 2022.

They are looking for your support through GivenGain and on the day in Lilliput.

Kayaking, Cycling and Running will test their ability and endurance with this team building exercise as well as supporting SOFT Ireland.

Kayak through the crannogs of King Malachy on Lough Ennell, Cycle through the splendour of the bog of Allen and run, stumble, hike, climb, over the extinct volcano that is Croghan Hill to one of Ireland's greatest viewpoints. The whole event is based from Lilliput Adventure Centre.

This course is ideal for first time adventure racers but still is demanding and challenging. The race has wave starts approximately every 30 minutes rated on ability and numbers

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    Steven Waites

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Lilliput Challenge for SOFT Ireland - HJ's Heroes

By Steven Waites

HJ's Heroes are raising money for SOFT Ireland, in memory of Henry James Waites, who was diagnos...

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