Boyle man cycling 3,800km in aid of STOP Suicide

Boyle man cycling 3,800km in aid of STOP Suicide

Boyle man James Candon, now living in Brussels, is undertaking a massive cycle with his tent across Europe from East to West in aid of STOP Suicide.
James started his trip on Sunday, May 6 in Quiberon, Brittany, France and will arrive in Constanta on the Black Sea in Romania approximately 7 weeks later. He will by that time have cycled 3800 kilometres.
Anyone who wishes to support the vital work of STOP Suicide, which is based in the Bee Park Community Centre, Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim, and provides counselling free of charge to people from the 9 counties of the North West, may do so by supporting James’ gruelling cycle through the iDonate link on his website www.cyclingacross.eu or directly via www.idonate.ie/cyclingacrosseu
James is funding this trek completely by his own means and all donations of support will go directly to provide suicide awareness, counselling and bereavement support which is provided free of charge by STOP Suicide. For further information Email: info@stopsuicide.ie or see our Website: www.stopsuicide.ie or you can follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/stopsuicide.ie

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