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Hardy souls brave the waves in West Cork for worthy causes

Monday, 25th December, 2017 5:14pm
Hardy souls brave the waves in West Cork for worthy causes


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Skibbereen Rowing Club’s Christmas Swim 2017 at Tragumna today in aid of the special needs classes at St Joseph's and St Patrick's National Schools in Skibbereen is one of over a dozen West Cork swims that will be featured in this week's Southern Star - in the shops as usual on Thursday 28th.

Among the Christmas Day swims also pictured in this batch to hand are Garretstown, Myrtleville and Schull.

Schull. Myrtleville. Schull.

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