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CLIC Sargent in Northern Ireland would like to thank the following people for their support in the past; Share Holiday Village; Mad Dog Motorcycles, Order of Malta, Mike and Jonathon Barnett, Max Joyce, Police Service of Northern Ireland, Garda, Waterways Ireland, Fermanagh Spring Water, Up & Running NI, SPORTident, Fermanagh Orienteering Club.
|Chain Reaction Cycles||
Reaction Cycles was established in 1985 and has grown from a small
family-owned bike shop to the world’s biggest online store. Chain
Reaction Cycles love 'all things bikes' and they’re dedicated to keeping
the following 5 core values:
• To sell at the best possible price
• To only sell quality products
• To be honest about stock when we have products in stock and when we don’t
• To always be there when you need us
• To endeavour to always dispatch goods the same day you order them
Chain Reaction Cycles provide worldwide shipping so whether you’re just down the road from them or on the other side of the world we strive to deliver your products to the highest standard in the shortest time.
|Share Holiday Village||
The Share Holiday Village was established in 1981 as one of Northern Ireland’s projects to celebrate the International Year of the Disabled.
|Order of Malta Ireland||The Order of Malta, Ireland, coordinates and manages a range of community services including: Day care centres, lunch and supper clubs in Dublin and Galway, and organises pilgrimages to Lourdes and Knock annually. It also provides services to people with disabilities at Malta Services Drogheda and at Malta Share, Lisnaskea|
|Fermanagh Spring Water||Knockmackegan
|Up & Running NI||We're passionate about running and we are the proud sponsors of many running events in the province and hope our drive and ambition will lead to some fantastic events for you all in the future. Come into the store and meet our team of dedicated runners|
|Mad Dog Motor Cycle Club|
Waterways Ireland is one of the six North/South
Implementation Bodies established under the British Irish Agreement in 1999.
Waterways Ireland has responsibility for the management, maintenance, development and restoration of inland navigable waterways principally for recreational purposes. The waterways under the remit of the body are the Barrow Navigation, the Erne System, the Grand Canal, the Lower Bann, the Royal, the Shannon-Erne Waterway and the Shannon Navigation.
The headquarters for Waterways Ireland is in Enniskillen, and regional offices are located in Carrick-on-Shannon, Dublin and Scarriff.
equipment is used worldwide to identify, time and score competitors in
many different types of event. The competitor carries a small electronic
SI-Card. This is dipped into electronic stations, which are located at
each checkpoint. At task based events the SI-Card may be used to record
successful completion of a task. The SI-Card stores a list of the
locations and the times they were visited.
Some Previous Sponsors see HERE