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Local Garda members walk 70km to raise funds for C-Saw Tipperary

Published 1 year ago 11th September 2021 by Editor

A local guard, along with his trusted colleagues, set off on a 70km suicide awareness walk on Wednesday to raise funds for C-Saw Tipperary.

A large group of supporters turned up to support Garda Mick Dempsey and his colleagues

Kilsheelan native Garda Mick Dempsey, who is based at the Garda College in Templemore, lead the way as he and his fellow walkers began their walk from the C-Saw offices in Clonmel.

The route chosen to walk, was from the C-SAW premises at Williams Street Clonmel to the Garda College in Templemore, a distance of approximately 70kms, passing by Cahir, through New Inn, Cashel, The Horse and Jockey, Thurles and onto Templemore.

Garda Dempsey`s original plan was to do this walk alone, however since sharing his idea with his work colleagues, they all wanted to get involved.


Garda Mick Dempsey leads the way on the 70km suicide awareness walk. Photos Jonathan Ryan

An Garda Siochana deal with suicide on a daily basis across the whole country, both in their professional and personal lives. They said it is important to highlight the great services like C-Saw that are available.

Any donations would be greatly appreciated, however big or small. Donations can be made directly to C-saw through the following link; www.idonate.ie/walktothebeat2021
C-Saw offer a phone service every Friday and Sunday from 6pm to 9pm.

Contact : 0871755750 for the phone listening service. They can call you back or text, whichever is more comfortable.

They also provide a Drop in Listening support service and telephone service Monday and Thursday 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

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