Now in its 27th year, the Ture Inn cycle has defeated hail, rain, sunshine and all the elements. But alas, it’s never faced a pandemic. Until now.

As we approach this Bank Holiday weekend we should be arranging to meet at the Squealing Pig carpark for 7pm on Friday night. However, the current situation does not allow with Covid-19. But this cycle will NOT be defeated. The Derry and Donegal hospices still need money. And it will go ahead – but with a difference and at all times adhering to social distance and safety guidelines.

The organisers have set aside Friday and Saturday and the route is just from Muff to Quigley’s Point. Cycling can begin at any time and folk are asked to cycle alone or in groups less than 4. There will be no stopping and no engaging with others en route.

Monies raised can be left into McColgans Butchers on main street, Muff. This has been very much part of our community now for 27 years and it will continue being such after the pandemic. So if you see a cyclist, or even a walker or two (these legs are walking it) give them a wee toot on Friday or Saturday. The money is much needed and going to a very worthy cause at the hospices.