There was a 'warm' welcome for the cyclists in this year's Cycle Against Suicide when they arrived in West Cork today and the sun shone brightly.
THERE was a 'warm' welcome for the cyclists in this year's Cycle Against Suicide when they arrived in West Cork today.
After a few days of tough conditions, and a wet start, the sun finally came out this afternoon when the hundreds of cyclists left Bantry for Schull and Skibbereen.
The massive entourage, with emergency services escorts, and a supporters' bus, cycled through West Cork in their distinctive orange gear, part of a major fundraiser and publicity campaign to raise awareness about suicide and mental health.
For a video of their arrival in Skibbereen, see The Southern Star's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TheSouthernStarWestCork
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