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Larne fans in 24-hour Inver walk for MND charity

On Saturday 25th June, Larne supporters Tricia Robinson and Pamela Hill, who also volunteers for the club, will take to the Inver Park pitch to walk for a continuous 24 hours, raising funds for those affected by Motor Neurones Disease (MND) in Northern Ireland.

In 2021, Tricia’s father and Pamela’s father-in-law Raymond Hill was diagnosed with MND, an illness which effects an estimated 1 in 300 people and for which there is currently no cure. Raymond, a well-known figure around the town and a supporter who rarely misses a game, has inspired both Tricia and Pamela to take on the monumental walking challenge.

Starting at 8am on Saturday, the pair will walk the perimeters of Inver Park for 24 consecutive hours, finishing up at 8am on Sunday. Having already raised over Β£4,000 online, the pair are inviting anyone down to Inver Park throughout the day tomorrow to lend their support, join in on the walk or to provide a donation.

For those wishing to call down, the Dream Spanish Homes Agnew Lounge will be open throughout the day. More information on the fundraising activity, or to donate online, please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/raymondhillmnd?utm_term=g9Am4P8D3&fbclid=IwAR19CfhYUkUwlpTbc7ZStAVWzZBPQGmt0zPI8qLF2b6stR_BwcN2duJARCo

Everyone at Larne Football Club wishes both Tricia and Pamela the very best success with their challenge for a fantastic cause.

 

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