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Annascaul,ie Co Kerry

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Added photos to Tom Crean Challenge Cycle 2017.

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Annascaul Adventures & Dingle Cycling Club would like to invite you to take part in the Tom Crean Challenge Cycle on St Patrick's Bank Holiday Weekend 2017.
Starting at the South Pole Inn, Annascaul, Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry at 9am traveling to Dingle via Lispole-Connor Pass Ireland's highest mountain pass - Camp - returning to Annascaul.
After completing the event join us at the South Pole Inn the homeplace of Tom Crean, the Antartic Explorer where you can enjoy some wholesome food & great fun.

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Inch Pattern this Sunday 26th June.
Inch Pattern takes place on the 26th June beginning at 1pm at Foleys Bar & Restaurant Inch. All welcome.
Events on the day include:Donkey Derby, Sheaf tossing, Hay making, Bonny baby, Tug of war, Vintage cars and tractor display, Stalls with local produce, Queen of Inch,Bouncy castle, cildren’s entertainment, Dog show, Face painting,Terrier racing,
Kids racing,Trashing machine, Local match: Inch v Annascaul,
Drum Dance Ireland, Music from 3 o clock onwards
For more information contact John Foley on 0876656618 and Francie Ashe on 0876852421.

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Scamps Summer Camp, 4-8th July, Annascaul Sports Centre, Co Kerry, Ireland. #SummerCamp #funforfamilies #childrensfun #holidays

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A FAMILY in Annascaul is undertaking a major fund-raising initiative to raise money to help their little daughter Hannah to be able to communicate with her family.

Hannah Falvey is a 2 ½ years old girl with a very rare condition called Rett Syndrome, a complex genetic disorder that affects mainly girls which makes her unable to communicate with anybody.

Some of the syndrome’s most common features are non-verbal communication, scoliosis, epilepsy, motor function difficulties, stereotypical hand movement as well as difficulties with swallowing and chewing.

Hannah lives with her family in Annascaul – her parents Nancy and Brendan and her sister Lily. With the help of an eye-gaze computer called Tobii she will be able to communicate with her family.

The Falveys have undertaken the task of raising funds to be able to buy this specialised technology with an expensive price tag of €12,000.A Voice for Hannah

Tobii produces touch-based and eye-controlled computers that help individuals with motor and speech impairments lead richer and more independent lives.

Hannah has been tested for the technology and has been declared to be a perfect candidate for this new technology and has been assured that her quality of life will greatly improve because of it.

As Hannah will never be able to talk or use her hands for sign language, this type of communication will be her future language. In order to master the eye gazing skill, it is necessary to start from a young age, and so it is vital to her development.

The only limitations on the Falvey family now of course are financial. And this is why they have set up ‘A Voice for Hannah’ appeal in the Go Fund Me page.

The fundraising initiative revolves around a 70km walk that will be undertaken by two good friends of the family on Friday 12th August 2016 from Castlemaine to Brandon Point.

They will walk the length of the Slieve Mish mountains running along the middle of the Dingle Peninsula and will climb all the mountains along the way, including Mount Brandon.

Both Nancy and Brendan are so proud of their brave and kind friends to take on this challenge so that Hannah will have a chance to find her voice in this world.

To make a donation to ‘A Voice for Hannah’, and to read more about Hannah’s story, visit

For more information about Rett Syndrome, visit

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National Bike week June 11th - 19th! Great repair service in Annascaul on 14 June. Click below for details

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A community based celebration of Annascaul in 1916 will take place in the village on Easter Weekend.

There will be something for all ages including guided walks, seanchai storytelling, historical talks, an exhibition, a street party, an egg hunt, a treasure hunt as well as music and dancing.

Why not invite your family and friends home so we can all celebrate our village together?


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Annascaul Adventures
Annascaul Adventures are running a Bike/Spinathon inside Event on April 9th 8am to 8pm at WK Fitness and simultaneously at The Skelligs Hotel, Dingle.

This is a positive mental health awareness day where we have lots of motivational speakers/music lined up with funds going to Cycle against Suicide, Cuan Counselling(Dingle) and Annascaul Adventures. Please support on the day and pass on the details. It is a free day event. If anyone would like to help or talk/contribute or sponsor on the day contact Aidan 086 8035464 or email

“Keep active and keep mentally positive”
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