Hundreds of people from the North West today scaled Donegal’s highest peak for the ‘Climb Errigal Together’ event.
All proceeds from the challenge will go to the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and Pieta House.
The climb in the heart of the Donegal gaeltacht was one of 150 that has been organised nationally as part of “Climb with Charlie” – an initiative established by former RTE reporter, Charlie Bird, who was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease six months ago.
Mr Bird subsequently announced that he was going to climb Croagh Patrick with family and friends to raise funds for the two aforementioned charities.
‘Climb Errigal Together ‘ was launched in February.
Everyone who took part in today’s challenge was presented with a medal sponsored by Michael Murphy Sports.
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