Enter Raffle to Win A House in the Sunny South East
Conor Ryan is hosting raffling and giving you a chance to win a house that is mortgage free, 23 Spring Meadows, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, along with €5,000 and a Hyundai IX35. (ENTER HERE)
The house is located in the picturesque coastal town and harbour of Dungarvan. Located five minutes from Clonea Beach and Waterford’s infamous Greenway, with 46km of off road cycling and walking trails making it an ideal base as a holiday home or rental property, yielding €900-€,1000 pm.
Located 25 mins from the historic town of Lismore, famous for the magnificent Lismore Castle and gardens and also only 20 minutes to Ardmore seaside resort and fishing village. Only one hour to Cork city and 30 mins to Waterford city, Tramore beach and amusement park. The Comeragh Mountain walks and trails stretch from the coast near Dungarvan inland as far as Clonmel as well as the stunning Mahon Falls and Coumshingaun Lake making this a hikers paradise. Enjoy all Dungarvan has to offer such as golf, sailing, tennis club, rugby and GAA as well as beautiful restaurants, cafes and bars. (ENTER HERE)
“As well as raffling my house I am also going to give away a total of forty defibrillators. I have been involved with the GAA all my life and every GAA club is the heart of the community so with that in mind I have decided to raffle thirty two of the defibrillators, one GAA club from each county in Ireland will be gifted a life saving defibrillator. Two will be gifted to Waterford City, one on The Quay and one at The Apple Market. Two will be gifted to Dungarvan town, one to be placed in The Square and one on The Greenway. One to Ballymacarbry N.S. where I started school. We have three yet to be allocated, so if you feel your community could benefit let us know”, says raffle organisor Conor Ryan
“With around 2,500 cardiac arrests in Ireland each year, from young children at school to adults in work or public places. The chances greatly increase of surviving a cardiac arrest if a defibrillator is deployed within three minutes with survival rates jumping from 6% to 74%. My hope is this small gesture will save lives into the future“, continued Ryan