Abseil Thomond – a 1st for Down Syndrome Limerick
The inaugural Take a Leap for DSL is happening on September 18th! Abseil Thomond Park is a fundraiser to raise money for Down Syndrome Limerick. Tallybrooke Civil Engineering are one of the sponsors for the event. Thomond Park Stadium is an iconic landmark in Limerick and the home of Munster Rugby. It is the first time that Down Syndrome Limerick has organised an abseiling event and they are hoping that many dare devils will take part and help them to raise funds for them so that they can continue to offer services to children and adults with Down syndrome. DSL are also looking to expand their services by opening a satellite clinic in West Limerick.
They have a few corporate sponsors lined up for the event. Today we focus on Tallybrooke Civil Engineering.
Tallybrooke Civil Engineering
Tallybrooke Civil Engineering pride themselves on quality of work and their goal is to exceed their clients expectation on each and every project. Tallybrooke have worked hard to build a quality reputation and are fully committed to maintaining high standards in all aspects of their work.
Tallybrooke offer a range of services including road maintenance, utilites duct laying (water, fibre, electricity etc) and water services including main laying, repair works and leak detection. For all your construction needs contact Tallybrooke.
Ellen Tuffy, Chairperson of Down Syndrome Limerick says,
“Tallybrooke have been great supporters of Down Syndrome Limerick over the last number of years. They offer help at every event and are always eager to get involved. It means so much to us to have companies like Tallybrooke support us. From volunteering, to event management to sponsorship, there is no end to their kindness and generosity. We are thrilled to have them involved in our inaugural abseiling event. A special thanks to Ger for all the support he has given us.”
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Text DSL to 50300 to donate €2 to support this event.