32 marathons hit Wicklow on a Sunny Day on Bray Seafront

Mr Hammie, his two lovely sisters Moira and Maeve and a large number of other people were running, jogging and in Moira and Mr Hammie's case, Briskly Walking the 3rd of the 32 Marathons in a very sunny Bray, County Wicklow today.

Maeve, Moira and Uncle Gary came over from the U.K. especially to take part and raise funds for Irish Autism Action, The Irish Cancer Society and local Autism Groups and schools like our own Saplings Rathfarnham.
We scooted around them in the Qashqai tooting and waving and after a trip to McDonalds and a quick pitstop at the Bray Amusements to use the loo, we met them on the very windy seafront for the finish.

Maeve jogged it and was in first, so we walked out to meet Aunty Moira and Daddy and Gracie helped them over the final straight:

Nearly at the finish line

A big hug for Daddy

Meeting Aunty Maeve in Pink, Moira in Black and Coach Uncle Gary holding the smokes and other refreshments for the Brave Finishers.

If you want to help top up Maeve and Moira's fantastic total of €1300, Go Here to Maeve's Mycharity link. Thankyou to everyone who supported Maeve and Moira and thank you so much for both of them for making the trip. xx

If you want to help Mr Hammie to achieve his target online fundraising go here to his slightly lonelier Mycharity link. (he has a bit of offline fundraising to put in there)

Thanks to everyone who has already sponsored Mr Hammie. I know these are difficult times and there are a lot of really good causes that need your help.

There are another 29 marathons to go, if you are game, Go Here and give it a go!

Mr Hammie is considering doing the Kerry one now just to give you twice the value for your money! (and another day walking in the fine Irish Countryside)



Jen said…
Well done to all of them:) Lovely photos Hammie. Good luck to Mr Hammie if he decides to do the Kerry leg:) Jen
Taz said…
Well done! gorgeous pics xx
Jean said…
Huge congrats to Mr H and his intrepid sisters. Photos like those are solid gold XXX
Great achievement! If I was 10 years younger I'd definitely give it a go. Love the pics. Well done Mr Hammie xx
Anonymous said…
Well done Mr Hammie. Mossy Mu.
K.Line said…
Gorgeous photos great cause. I love the Hammie SIL names!
Anonymous said…
Well done to Mr. Hammie.
Love the photos - inspirational as always.
fashion herald said…
Great achievement, congrats to them all! And I love it that you guys stopped by McDonald's in the middle of their race.
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