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Hundreds of swimmers and thousands of supporters have once again thronged the steps of Blackrock in Salthill to support the 30th annual Christmas Day Swim in aid of COPE Galway’s Services for people experiencing Homelessness, Domestic Abuse and services for Older People in Galway.
COPE Galway is calling on veteran sea swimmers, regular dippers, first-timers and all levels inbetween, to brave the cold Galway Bay sea on Christmas morning to raise vital funds for its services for people affected by homelessness, women and children experiencing domestic abuse, and older people in Galway.
Record numbers have come down to this year’s 29th Christmas Day Swim at Blackrock, Salthill, in aid of COPE Galway’s Services for people experiencing Homelessness, Domestic Abuse and services for Older People in Galway.
The 12th annual Frances Thornton Memorial Galway Bay Swim in aid of Cancer Care West which took place on Saturday last 22nd July saw a total of 125 swimmers safely cross Galway Bay.
The annual COPE Galway Christmas Day Swim will this year be 27 years in existence and the local charity is calling on all Galwegians to once again don the togs and make a splash in order to raise much needed funds.
Galway has been caught up in an amazing heatwave for well over a week now, so much so that we’re now opening the curtains in the morning expecting to see blue skies and blazing sunshine! #WATTBA