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The total amount of money raised by the Bumblebee1000 Wild Atlantic Way Drive in aid of Little Blue Heroes has been revealed

The total amount of money raised by the Bumblebee1000 Wild Atlantic Way Drive in aid of Little Blue Heroes has been revealed.

100 supercars drove 1,000km along the Wild Atlantic Way last weekend, pit-stopping in Castlebar on Friday and Sligo on Saturday.

Former Galway Bay FM and Midwest Radio presenter Alan Clarke was involved on the day and revealed the final tally on social media yesterday.

“We are delighted to announce that a WHOPPING €75,218.74 was raised on the Bumblebee1000 Wild Atlantic Way Drive,” Alan wrote.

Former Galway Bay FM and Midwest Radio presenter Alan Clarke (right) was involved on the day and revealed the final tally on social media yesterday

“Last weekend I teamed up with Kevin Kennedy Motors Ltd and took part in the Bumblebee 1000 to raise awareness and much needed funds for Little Blue Heroes, a charity that aims to help families in need from local communities in Ireland who have children undergoing long-term medical treatment for serious illness.

“Thank you to everyone who came out and donated over the weekend, and a huge well done to PJ Harte, all the drivers and all the hardworking team behind this wonderful event.

“That €75,218 will go a very long way”.

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