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CHASE Fundraising Events Calendar for June

category cork | worker & community struggles and protests | other press author Wednesday June 01, 2016 23:10author by CHASE - Cork Harbour Alliance for a Safe Environment Report this post to the editors

And so to fundraising...Following a grueling Oral Hearing process, incurring significant legal, engineering and technical expertise costs and expenses, once again it’s time to fundraise.

A lot of money has already been raised (and thank you for your support in this regard) and additional fundraisers are being organised around the harbour, which are listed below

These will be kept up to date on the http://chasecorkharbour.com/fundraising-event-calendar/ Fundraising Events Calendar web page, so if you are organising a fundraiser please email us and we can add it into the Events page and publicise on facebook.

Donations can be made at any time direct to the bank account, or online via paypal, even without a paypal account. See details at http://chasecorkharbour.com/donate/

UPCOMING EVENTS

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>> 6 JUNE 2016, Mon, 11am : 21 DITCHES WALK, Meet at Ballymore Community Association

COST: Donation buckets will be available. Refreshments will be provided after. No buggies/prams due to rough terrain.

Children U12 must be accompanied by an adult.

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>> 12 JUNE, Sun, 2.30pm : WALK THE HARBOUR, Family Fundraiser. Lulu Car Park Carrigaline -> Crosshaven

COST: Donate on the day or get sponsorship cards in advance

Contact: Una Chambers, 085 1636284

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>> 18 JUNE, Sat, 3.30pm : LOVE CORK HARBOUR – SHOUT OUT PARTY, Gobby Beach by land or sea

COST: Just come. All Welcome. Donations welcome. Bring a boat, a flag , a curragh, a friend, it’s our big beautiful natural harbour and our future generations health at stake .

Contact: See facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/993363354081154/

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>> 18 JUNE, Sat, 7.00pm : MEDITERRANEAN GARDEN PARTY, East Ferry, overlooking marina.

COST: € 15 per person, tickets must be purchased in advance. Event is almost full

Contact: 086 8881604

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>> APPLE TREES FOR SALE: Berry Bush & Apple Nurseries in Carrigaline. Ten apple tress are being sold for CHASE on a first come first served basis.

COST: €25 each, all money to CHASE

e-mail: berrybushapple(at)hotmail.com for a list of varieties available.

Related Link: http://chasecorkharbour.com/fundraising-event-calendar/
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