Just a few weeks ago saw the annual Ture Inn cycle take place once more, although this time under very different circumstances. With social distancing firmly in place and lockdown restrictions very much in place at the time, cyclists and indeed walkers made sure that this annual cycle was not interrupted.

Over the last bank holiday weekend, locals cycled and walked between Muff and Quigleys Point, and Rawdon’s Moville to Drung, to raise funds once again for the Donegal Hospice and Foyle Hospice. And their efforts didn’t disappoint.

In a time of frustration, unprecedented times, and a world Pandemic, these folk succeeded in raising €2,500. A tremendous result for this year indeed.

Organisers have decided to donate money to Donegal Hospice, Foyle Hospice, Carndonagh Hospital and the Red Cross. All of which are in need of funds.

Huge well done to everyone who took part, and indeed those who continue to organise and especially this year, in such unprecedented times.

As always this cycle was done in memory of John Lynch and organised by his family and friends.