Charity Cycle

From left: Cyclists Mark Nestor; Neil Bannon, MD; Darren Peavoy; Richard Muldowney; Rod Nowlan; Daniel McLaughlin;
Eamonn O’Brien; Cian McMorrow; Mark O’Malley; and, David Carroll.

Ten surveyors from Bannon recently took part in the ‘Longest Day Challenge’ – a non-stop 220km cycle from St Stephen’s Green in Dublin to Spanish Arch in Galway.

Taking part in the Certus-organised charity event in aid of Laura Lynn, the cyclists, together with their colleagues from Certus, BDO and KPMG, set out at 7.00am on June 21 from Certus HQ and headed west through counties Kildare, Offaly, Westmeath and Galway. All arrived safely just after 5.00pm into a wet and windy Galway for much needed sustenance and rehydration!

Bannon would like to take this opportunity to thank those who donated so generously to the event and are delighted to have raised over €5,000 for the charity.