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Laois Vintage Rally 2019

The 24th annual Laois Vintage Rally will take place on Saturday 17th August 2019 from Treacy's of the Heath. Since 1996, Laois Vintage Ltd has raised €927,301 for Laois Hospice, and hope to reach €1 million by their 25th run. This year's car run will visit Lough Boora Discovery Park, Co. Offaly, while the tractor run will take in Abbeyliex and Ballyroan.

The official closing date for entry is Monday, 29th July, and all completed entry forms to be forwarded to Noelle Graham, Brockley House, Brockley Park, Stradbally, Co. Laois. Tel: 086 8189204.

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Photo: Pictured at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo. , were: Laois Vintage Secretary/Treasurer, Noelle Graham, Ellen and Michelle Harvey. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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Photo: John O’Rourke behind the wheel of his 1954 Massey Ferguson 35 and Tony Flaherty. at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo.. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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Photo: Two year old Isobel Mc Mahon, pictured at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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Photo: Pictured at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo. , were:Margaret Moynan, Laois Vintage President, Tom Treacy, Mary Delaney ( Laois Hospice Sec. ), Laois Vintage Secretary/Treasurer, Noelle Graham and Michelle Harvey. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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Photo: John O’Rourke behind the wheel of his 1954 Massey Ferguson 35, at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo, with Laois Vintage President, Tom Treacy and Laois Hospice member Seamus O’Donoghue and participants. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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Photo: Group pictured at the Laois Vintage Ltd. launch of their Sponsored Annual Road Run, at the Gandon Inn, Emo. Laois Vintage President, Tom Treacy and Secretary/Treasurer, Noelle Graham with Laois Hospice members Mary Delaney and Seamus O’Donoghue and participants. Photo: Michael Scully- no reproduction fee.

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About Laois Hospice

Since its inception in 1989, Laois Hospice Foundation has helped to provide a palliative care service for Cancer patients, whose illness no longer responds to curative treatment. The Hospice also provides support for the families of such patients. This total care involves doctors, nurses, a team of specialists and the clergy, who are all concerned with quality of life.