300km’s ‘Bay to Bay Walk’ for Charity. Pictures and Sponsors

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Ronan is greeted into Galway after his 300km Charity Bay to Bay walk via Ennis and The Burren by Gary Monroe father of Rosabel whom the charity Rosabels Rooms is called after and one of the charities along with Self Help Africa and The Rape Crisis Centre of whom the walk was for.

Pictures and Sponsors of the 300km’s ‘Bay to Bay’ Charity Walk.

Former Operation Transformation participant Ronan Scully has thanked all the sponsors and each and every person who has been involved in his journey as he completed a 300km ‘Bay to Bay’ Walk for Charity.

Ronan Scully completed what he has described as his hardest challenge to date, by walking 300km’s from Dingle Bay to Galway Bay over the course of a 7 day period.

He has expressed his sincere thanks to everyone involved and has given special praise to those who have come on board as sponsors.

List of Sponsors involved: Galvin’s Menswear shop in Tullamore one of Ireland’s leading menswear shops, Declan Smith’s Gas and Oil Services in Enfield Co. Meath, Roy Gibson of Advertees, Fergus McGinn of McGinn’s Hophouse, Gary Monroe of Monroe’s Live, Paul and Mary Grealish of The Kings Head, Richard Donovan’s Global Adventure Running and Andrew Downes of Xposure photography.

Ronan Scully has expressed his deepest thanks to anyone who has made donations and to media for all their help and support.

Pictures of the 300km ‘Bay to Bay’ Charity Walk:

Ronan is greeted into Galway after his 300km Charity Bay to Bay walk via Ennis and The Burren by Gary Monroe father of Rosabel whom the charity Rosabels Rooms is called after and one of the charities along with Self Help Africa and The Rape Crisis Centre of whom the walk was for.
Ronan and friends as they walk through Doolin in County Clare

Ronan arriving in Kinvara with Paul Galvin and are met by Kinvara PP Fr. Hugh Clifford.
Ronan with Bishop Fintan Monahan originally from Galway and friends at the Bishops house in Ennis in County Clare
Ronan on his way from Ennistymon to Liscannor in Co. Clare Photo:Andrew Downes, Xposure
Ronan with his two friends and walking companions Paul Galvin and Colm Heaney arriving in Ennis on their 300km charity walk from Dingle Bay to Galway Bay