What a wonderful day we had with Cynthia Cherry and the Antrim Macmillan fundraising committee. We’ve put together a quick movie of the event.
As Vic and Bob used to say “We really wanna to see those fingers”. DONATE TO THE WALK WITH CYNTHIA FROM YOUR MOBILE If you can’t make it tomorrow, don’t worry, you can still help out! It’s easy, you don’t … Continue reading
Qualified canoe instructors from Eye Feel Good were the guides for this unique opportunity to paddle the beautiful Lough Beg wetlands by Open Canoe to view Whooper Swans and other wildlife. Lough Beg is a wetland of international significance as … Continue reading
Rea’s wood is one of the jewels in our local environmental crown and is enjoyed by walkers, bikers, runners and paddlers alike. It really is a shame to see the rubbish that washes up on the north shore of Lough … Continue reading
We helped CLIC Sargent to get just over 50 brave fundraisers to blow away the New Year’s Day cobwebs with a plunge in the Atlantic Ocean this year! The first CLIC Sargent New Year’s Day Dip in Northern Ireland took … Continue reading
We finished 2011 with a flourish. Our last event of the year was a charity rugby match at Randalstown Rugby club on Boxing Day. Thanks to everybody who turned out in support.
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Santa Claus came to Antrim Town on Saturday 17th December 2011. He was accompanied by two Elves on his journey through the streets of the town . Santa travelled by horse and cart whilst wishing the good people of Antrim … Continue reading
Richard Fee, from Eye Feel Good, was invited along by the Six Mile Water Trust and Antrim Borough Council to take part in a photoshoot to promote the Six Mile Water River in Antrim. Below are some of the photos … Continue reading
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Richard Fee and Mark Kennedy, representing Eye Feel Good, took part in their first Liffey Descent in Dublin on Saturday 8 October 2011 and finished in 10th place in the Touring Candians Class with a time of 3 hrs and 4 … Continue reading
A team of intrepid “feel gooders” left rainy Antrim early on sunday morning in search of sun, sea and surf! Guess what ? We found it! We found ourselves on the East Strand at Portrush on one of the hottest October … Continue reading