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Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k [Photos]

Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018. Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said:
Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018. Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families. Photograph by Declan Roughan
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R Back row) Lucas Simons and Jack Crawford (L-R Front row) Charlie Crawford, Robyn Simons and Joshua Scott. Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Jack and Charlie Crawford with Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI. Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R Back row) Lucas Simons and Jack Crawford (L-R Front row) Charlie Crawford, Robyn Simons and Joshua Scott. Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Kirsty Spencer, Claire Whiteside, Ellie Whiteside and Sophie Whiteside Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI and Gareth McGreevy, Children's Heartbeat Trust Fundraising Officer, at the start of the Cultra Charity Challenge (Sunday 7th October). Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan (L-R) Pauline Kerry with Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Jack and Charlie Crawford with Geraldine Nolan, Chairperson of the Charity Committee at National Museums NI. Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.
Press Eye - Cultra National Museums NI and Children's Heartbeat Trust 5k and 10k - 7th October 2018 Photograph by Declan Roughan Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run. Geraldine Nolan said: "We are delighted to host the Cultra Charity Challenge in aid of our Charity of the Year, Children's Heartbeat Trust. We are working in partnership with the charity to raise awareness and much needed funds and this is just one of the many initiatives we will be running over the next two years." The charity provides practical, emotional and financial support to children and young people living with heart disease and their families.

Around 500 athletes of all abilities tackled the 5km and 10km tracks around the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum in aid of the Children's Heartbeat Trust. The Challenge was hosted by National Museums NI, a charity partner of the Children's Heartbeat Trust, and was organised by Born2Run.

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