€340,000 Raised In 2020 Tour de Munster

Free Pic No Repro Fee 6 12 2020  Paul Sheridan Tour de Munster with Jeni Kiely, Joey Kiely, Jillian Kiely and John Kiely from Carrigaline Pictured as the Tour de Munster, the charity cycle which raises vital funds for the Munster branches of Down Syndrome Ireland (DSI) and individual beneficiaries has raised an incredible €290,000 for Down Syndrome Ireland’s Munster branches, following its 600km tour across the six counties of Munster in August. Over €340k, was raised in total for the Munster branches and individual beneficiaries. Pictures Gerard McCarthy Photography 087 8537228 More Info contact Saidhbh Sweeney Fuzion Communications 021 4271234 086 7887318 [email protected]

It has been announced that this year’s Tour de Munster charity cycle raised a total of 340,000 euro for branches of Down Syndrome Ireland throughout the province.

In four days in August, cyclists covered a route that took in all six Munster counties and a total of around 600 kilometres.

This year’s was the 20th edition of the event.


A number of individual beneficiaries, and some other charities, will also benefit from the funding which was raised during the event, of which Clare FM was a media partner.