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18/10/2021

Higgins cycling for Special Olympics and Cerebal Palsy Ireland

A MOUNT Juliet resident is mid-way through a gruelling 700 kilometre cycle through France to help Special Olympics Ireland and Cerebral Palsy Ireland. Brian Higgins is part of the Paris2Nice cycle. The fresh looking 52-year-old decided to get involved because his wife Adrienne Egan is a fundraiser for Special Olympics in Ireand and Europe and this is his way of supporting her and a wonderful charity that does so much to enhance quality of life while he also has a great regard for the work carried out by Cerebral Palsy Ireland.

A MOUNT Juliet resident is mid-way through a gruelling 700 kilometre cycle through France to help Special Olympics Ireland and Cerebral Palsy Ireland. Brian Higgins is part of the Paris2Nice cycle. The fresh looking 52-year-old decided to get involved because his wife Adrienne Egan is a fundraiser for Special Olympics in Ireand and Europe and this is his way of supporting her and a wonderful charity that does so much to enhance quality of life while he also has a great regard for the work carried out by Cerebral Palsy Ireland.

To help both charities simply log on to paris2nice.com and folow the directions to make a dionation. Already, the group has raised E420,000 and ar ehopiong to make it up to E500,000 with the help of the public.

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