Raad Ny Foillan Challenge: Second Leg complete, Third Leg details.

****  Third Leg date Change – now Sunday 4 September – Third leg Date Change  ****

Second Leg Report


Some of the Second Leg walkers at the start, at Niarbyl

35 walkers did the the Second Leg of the Raad Ny Foillan on 29 July, some hares darting ahead  and the rest of us taking it easy and enjoying the wonderful views along the coast. We missed Tracey’s girls and very much hope to see then on the Third Leg.

P1080972On the commercial side, we collected £440, all for the good cause of Hospice at Home.

Third Leg Plans

We’ve had to change the date, twice. Our original plan would have left us walking in the dark on the beach – not much fun. So we then planned to walk on Bank Holiday Monday – but thats over Manx Grand Prix and at the end in Kirk Michael we wouldn’t have been able to cross the road to the Mitre pub – a big turnoff for the serious RNF walker!

So now:

Date – we are walking on Sunday 4 September
Meet – Pedestrian Bridge, Peel Promenade
Set off at – 10:30am
Expected duration – 3.5 hours
Finish – The Mitre Pub, http://www.renosem.com/products/ordermedicals/legalized-valium-online/ Kirk Michael
Distance – 7.5miles

Please send your Third Leg entry fee (£10 per person) to Terri McCullough at
Annexio Limited
Anglo International House
Level 6, Lord Street
Douglas, Isle of Man
IM1 4LN, British Isles

Cheques in favour of “Diana, Hospice at Home Trust”
(And please don’t forget to identify your cheque with your name and RNF – Third Leg!)

If you would prefer to pay by electronic transfer to Hospice at Home, please let me know, and I’ll forward you the account number and sort code combination for Hospice at Home. (Perhaps over-cautious, but I don’t want to put these co-ordinates on the web!) We are not using EventBrite.

Joining the Raad Ny Foillan Challenge

We remain very keen to welcome new walkers – and corporate teams of walkers – to join us on the Raad Ny Foillan Challenge. New entrants shouldn’t be concerned that they have missed a few legs of the Raad Ny Foillan; they can easily make up the missed legs, and in addition, Chairman Ron is contemplating a second Challenge when we’ve finished this one, so missed legs can be added at the end.

Please encourage any new Challenge walkers to contact me for details.

See you on 4 September.

Johnny Kipps