Charity Canoe

Charity Canoe

8th April to 10th April

£840.00 has been raised so far for this event, follow on to see who has has donated.

Venue : Antrim to Castlerock

20 paddlers paddling for 3 days from Antrim to Castlerock via Lough Neagh and the Upper Banne.

Richard Fee, Eye Feel Good Chairman, said “This is the type of challenge that Eye Feel Good is all about, we want to raise alot of money and awareness for the cause and at the same time we want to have alot of fun doing it.”

Glenn Biesty and Steven Turner are pictured on the right.

The Trip

Day 1 (17 Miles)

Antrim to Church Island, Lough Beg via Cranfield Bay, Pollans Bay and Toome.

Day 2 (15.6 Miles)

Church Island, Lough Beg to Movanagher Fish Farm, just north of Kilrea

Day 3 (18 Miles)

Movanagher to Castlerock

The Route

A map of the route is available on Google Maps .

The Team

Richard Fee – Mark Kennedy – Glenn Biesty
Maurice Graffin – Stephen Smith – Martin Jordan
Steven Turner – Glenn McDermott – Gavin McLaughlin
John Hubbucks – Alan Crossan – Oliver Boyd
Colin Dickson – James Rees-Hopkins – David Foster
Thomas Campbell – Gerard Ainsworth – Sarah Rutherord
Ged Lockhard – Jim Scott – Sally the Dog
Equipment Providers

Mobile Team Adventure

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Mobile Team Adventure are supplying the canoes and safety equipment for the expedition. John Hubbucks from Mobile Team Adventure is also part of the Eye Feel Good expedition team.
Rams Island

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The crew from the Rams Island project will be accompanying us across Lough Neah in the Island Warrior .

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