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By: Kcat  05/12/2011

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The Flora Women’s Mini Marathon is the biggest all women’s event of its kind in the world and takes place on June bank Holiday Weekend 6th June 2011 in Dublin.

Around 40,000 women walk, jog, trot or skip the 10km (6 miles) course for charity.
It is a very good opportunity to meet new people as the event is well known worldwide and many women from Spain, Italy, US, Canada, Germany, France, Norway, Iran, Saudi Arabia between other countries have all joined the fun in the past editions!

If you run or walk or can persuade someone who does,
please support KCAT this year.

KCAT will provide
1/ Sponsorship Cards
2/ KCAT Tee-Shirts
3/ Refreshments and changing/showering facilities afterwards at nearby Hotel

Whether it is a day out with the girls, toning up the thighs or supporting KCAT, please join us to get 100 women on the road.
All funds raised will enable us to provide our students and artists with art materials next year.


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