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Duck Race - PIPS Hope and Support
Sunday, 10 November 2019  3:00  
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Sunday, 10 November 2019,  3:00 -  5:00

The Newry Greenway water will become filled with yellow rubber ducks as PIPS Hope and Support Duck Race takes place on Sunday 10th November from 3:00pm.

Entries are just £10.00 per duck and with prizes like these, you definitely don’t want to miss out, especially with the Christmas season now upon us. Businesses can also enter and join in.  Simply purchase yours. 

Entries can be made via card payment by calling our office on 028 3026 6195 or via Facebook Donate; WWW.FACEBOOK.COM or PayPal; PAYPAL.ME

For more information, please contact PIPS Hope and Support’s Fundraising Department by - Tel: 028 3026 6195 or Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Be sure to get yours today!

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