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Do you dare the brave the icy depths of Belfast Marina

Published 20/11/2016

20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.
20/11/2016: Special Olympics Ulster is calling on people from Belfast and beyond to get ‘Freezin’ for a Reason’ this December by participating in their coolest fundraising event of the year. Belfast’s Polar Plunge will take place on Saturday 3rd December at Belfast Marina behind the SSE Arena from 11am. Last year, hundreds of people including families, sports clubs, businesses and individuals – many in festive fancy dress - turned out to take part in this unique fundraising event, bravely plunging into icy cold waters. Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge. Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35. The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions. Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Pictures by Kelvin Boyes, Press Eye.

Special Olympics Ulster has issued its final call to find people with the courage to leap into the icy depths of Belfast Marina.

The annual Polar Plunge will return to Belfast on Saturday December 3 and Special Olympics Ulster is giving one final call for plucky plungers to take part in what can only be the coolest fundraiser of the year.

Last year, hundreds of people  – many in festive fancy dress – took the plunge into the icy cold waters of Belfast Marina to raise funds to support Special Olympics athletes across the Ulster region.

Register online at www.specialolympics.ie/polarplunge.

Registration costs just £15 with plungers asked to raise an additional £35.

The full £50 goes directly to supporting athletes with intellectual disabilities in sport and competitions.

Plungers who raise more than £50 will also receive a complimentary Polar Plunge t-shirt. The Polar Plunge is kindly supported by the Law Enforcement Torch Run.

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