Fair play to all that braved the Mushera Mountain Climb on this wet and windy Christmas morning, in aid of our local Reach Out Cancer Support. Not for the faint heartded as the rain was horizontal on top of the mountain, but here’s a few of those that went up:
There was no hanging around at the top, and only this small group was there when we arrived Clara and Ainsey were collecting donations for ROCS at the start of the climbJohn Dineen, John Twomey, Darragh Twomey and Michael O’Riordan were having a break in some shelter
— John Tarrant (@jgtarrant) December 25, 2016
sorry, but not a great day for taking photographs 🙁
Reach Out Cancer Support (ROCS) provides support at every step of the way – The first step for a person who has cancer or is a survivor is to feel comfortable and at ease talking about their journey.
At the Reach Out Cancer Support (ROCS) group in Millstreet such a person will be made feel at ease and, of course, enjoy a welcoming cup of tea and few slices of banter along the way.
Mairead Daly who is the chairman of ROCS told The Corkman that quite often the first, most difficult step for a person who has cancer is to go to their first gathering. She explained that since the group formed in December ’12 there are now 18 members, and … [read the full article]